Qutab with Cheese and Herbs

Qutab with Cheese and Herbs

Qutab is an Azerbaijani stuffed flatbread made with a thin, crescent shaped unleavened dough. The fillings can vary from meat to just about anything. The outer layer is rolled out very thin and folded over cooked fillings. When I first came about this dish, I was amazed at how exciting the writer was about making […]

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Podpłomyki ~ Armenian Flatbread

Podpłomyki is an Armenian Flatbread often made without yeast and the simplest flatbread you can make. These are referred as Ormiańskie podpłomyki and can be made on the open fireplaces. In the ancient Slavic Societies, these Podpłomyk was a common food made on stones heated up in a fire. Sometimes in its history, it was […]

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Mitho Lolo ~ Sindhi Sweet Flatbread

Mitho Lolo

Mitho Lolo Sindhi Sweet Flatbread is a thick sweet flatbread from Sindhi made with wheat flour, sugar and ghee. This is also made with jaggery and requires slow fire cooking as the chapati is very thick. Once cooked, it’s soaked in ghee. This is served as breakfasts by the Sindhis though the trend is fast […]

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Injera | Quick Ethiopian Flatbread Injera Style

Injera

Injera is an Ethiopian Flatbread made with fermented Teff flour that has a spongy porous texture that serves as a base consume the other parts of the meal. This is also known as Taita and forms the main component in a meal. Injera is sourdough-risen flatbread where the original flour used to be Teff. The […]

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Harcha ~ Moroccan Semolina Pan Fried Flatbread

Harcha

Harcha or Harsha is a Moroccan pan-fried bread made from fine semolina. It has a texture of cornbread, made rich with butter and milk. Even though it does look like an English muffin, it has a cornbread in texture and taste. As always every family has different recipes for this bread. However, this one is […]

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Focaccia di Recco ~ Italian Cheese Stuffed Flatbread

Focaccia di Recco

Focaccia di Recco is a rustic Italian flatbread stuffed with cheese. As per legend, this dish was created by the citizens of Recco when there were in hiding with whatever basic ingredients available on hand. With change and adaptation, we find this in every bakery as a thin focaccia filled with melty cheese and rolled […]

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Dhal Puri | How to make Dhalpuri Roti

Dhal Puri

Dhalpuri roti is an Indian Inspired flatbread from Trinidad and Tobago. This flatbread is stuffed with seasoned ground split peas. Dhal Puri can be eaten as such or with a chutney. Though this is called a puri, it’s pan cooked paratha. I came across roti when I was reading on Trinidad for regular BM and […]

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Bale Hannina Chapathi | How to make Karnataka Banana Rotti

Bale Hannina Chapathi

Bale Hannina Chapathi is a Karnataka Rotti made with ripe Banana. Its served as a breakfast or an evening snack along with balehannina rasayana or mango seekarane during mango season. If you talk about the side dish that’s normally served with this flatbread, its Balehannina rasayana which is ripe banana mashed and mixed with milk […]

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Peas Paratha | How to make Matar Paratha

Stuffed Peas Paratha

Peas Paratha is a filling delicious stuffed paratha made with fresh peas in season. Spiced with different flavours, this stuffed peas paratha is easy to make. During winter when peas is in season, we often make different dishes with the fresh stock apart from freezeing major part of it for use during the later months. […]

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Sri Krishna Vilas Style Kanchipuram Idli Recipe

Sri Krishna Vilas Idli Recipe

Kancheepuram Idli from Sri Krishna Vilas Hotel is still of the few hotels that continue to make these famous Sri Varadarajaperumal Temple Koil Idlis. The slight variations one might have given to the recipe evolved into a new dish that is still so popular among people who visit this hotel. In an article featured in […]

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Microwave Upma | How to make Upma in a Mug

Microwave Tomato Upma

Microwave Upma is the fastest way to have your breakfast and it tastes just as great as it is cooked on a stovetop. Enjoy this easy and quick one now by making your traditional upma in a microwave. This week I had picked up to make 1 dish in different appliances. I even thought of […]

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