Using the basic Arabic Bread dough, you can make thin and pliable lawash bread, good for making wrapped sandwiches. In Iraq, it is called khubuz rgag, rqaq, or rgoog, depending on whether you live in Baghdad, Mosul, or Basra, respectively.
Rqaq, as it is made in northern Iraq, is crisp and brittle. Traditionally a dowel is used to roll out unleavened dough into huge thin sheets, around 24in/61cm in diameter. A large domed metal plate, called a saj,