This is a special 'yeasted' dough that requires no proofing. It gets its rise from baking soda & yogurt, similar to a soda bread. The deactivated yeast functions as a dough relaxer that will allow you to roll it out very thin without rigorous kneading or extended resting.
Add baking soda and nutritional yeast to the yogurt; mix until dissolved.
Add flour to the mixture, stir until big lumps forms.
Flour your hand, and form a dough with your hand. add flour as needed if dough is sticky.
Cover the dough and rest for 5 minutes while you make the garlic butter.
Heat butter and garlic until butter is melted and garlic is fragrant.
Cut dough in quarters. generously flour each quarter, and roll each quarter out into 1/8 inch thin sheets.
Cook each sheet on a hot pan over medium heat until big bubbles form and crust is well browned; flip and cook until the other side is well browned.
Brush with garlic butter, top with cilantro and salt flakes. Enjoy!
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