Prepare the potato. I use pre-cooked potatoes for this recipe so cook according to your favorite method: boiled, steamed, baked, etc.
Use a potato ricer or grater to mash the potato to form the potato dough.
Cut out two large pieces of parchment paper and place the potato between both layers. Using a rolling pin, roll the potato out into your flatbread size. The thickness of the 'dough' can vary. I find that I prefer the results at 2-3 mm.You can aim to make it similar in size to regular tortillas or go a bit rustic with it, as I did.
Remove the top layer of parchment paper and optionally spray/brush with a little oil. I've tried this recipe with both methods but I didn't notice much of a noticeable difference, so it might be worth saving on the calories.
Bake the potato flatbread in the oven for around 10 minutes at 400ºF/200ºC or cook in an Air Fryer for 8-10 minutes at 350ºF/180ºC. The potato should look cooked with some lightly browned spots.
Allow the wrap to cool just enough to handle and use it as you would any other wrap by filling it up with your fillings of choice - then enjoy!
How To Store & Reheat
These are so quick and easy to make that I usually prepare the potato flatbread when needed. However, if you happen to make too many, I imagine they could be stored in the fridge for 1-2 days.Reheat the potato flatbread in a microwave or oven until warmed through.
Feel free to season the potato mixture for tons of flavor - Italian herbs, garlic powder, onion powder, smoked paprika, salt & pepper
Be careful not to overbake the potato flatbread. If it's overcooked it will become crispier and you'll lose the flexibility of using it as a wrap.
I haven't tried to pan-fry this potato flatbread - I would Imagine that it would be very fiddly to handle and would possibly just become too crispy, whereas we want it to be flexible, like a tortilla wrap.
Use this potato flatbread as a pizza base too. To do so, I'd usually leave it slightly thicker 4-5mm, bake as suggested, top with marinara, mozzarella (or vegan mozzarella), and the topping of your choice, and then broil for a few minutes to melt the cheese.