1. If you’re confident in your bread-making skills, try to make the dough as wet as possible, as long as you can handle it. Don’t worry if you add a bit more water. You could mix with a spatula until the dough forms and don’t need to knead by hand if the dough is too wet. When you start to roll the dough, grease the working surface with a thin layer of oil and the dough won’t stick too much to the surface. It will be a bit messy, but it yields even more fluffy and crispy bread.
2. In this recipe I made 8 small bing breads. The smaller dough is easier to work with. If you are confident in your skills, you could make bigger bread by dividing the dough into 4 or 6 pieces.
3. When you cook the bread, try to control the heat so that the skillet is neither too hot nor too cold. If it is too hot, the bread will easily burn. If too cold, the bread will lose moisture and dry out before cooked through.