When Kellen and Britney spent a summer teaching in Kenya, they loved learning about the region’s culture and cuisine. One particular dish enchanted them – a semi-sweet flatbread known as chipoti served alongside spiced tea. Upon returning to Salmon, ID, they decided to share this culinary wonder with the US of A via Mad Flatters. If you’re curious to sample some Kenyan fare, keep an eye out for this trailer.
Kellen and Britney learned the techniques they employ at Mad Flatters from a Kenyan woman they met abroad. They brew their spiced tea according to Kenyan tradition and craft their chipoti from recipes passed down for generations. Once they’ve created the perfect flat bread, they use it for tacos, burritos, wraps, and more. If you stop on by, you’ll see why this simple pairing of tea and flatbread was enough to inspire an entire business. So, swing by and give it a try. If you fall in love, have Mad Flatters out to cater your next event.
Habari — The breakfast of kings featuring seasoned potatoes, scrambled eggs, sausage, and cheddar cheese all smothered in ample amounts of gravy and rolled up in chipoti.