Obi Non ~ Vegan Uzbek Flatbread

Obi Non

Obi Non is a flatbread from Uzbekistan made with just a few ingredients without any butter and traditionally baked in a Tandoor. This bread is also called the water bread as it just has the yeast, flour and water in it. I adapted this from Sandhya and naturally didn’t look any further as she had […]

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Laffa Bread ~ Israeli Flatbread

Laffa Bread

Laffa bread is a popular Israeli bread traditionally served with hummus as strips to dip and eat. However, as a street food, this bread takes different forms and is very popular. It can be sandwiched with Falafel, Matbucha or as Sabich. Middle East cuisine is popular for its various street foods, along with the dips […]

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Khobz al Tawa ~ Yemeni Bread

Khobz al Tawa

Khobz al tawa is a delicious bread from Yemen, it is especially popular in Aden and the southern areas. It gets the name tawa since it is cooked on a griddle or tawa. This is a layered flatbread with each layer greased with butter. Makes a wonderful bread to enjoy a creamy gravy. When you […]

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Janta Roti ~ Flatbread from Odisha

Janta Roti Flatbread from Odisha

Janta Roti is a soft roti from Odisha, where the flour is cooked in milk and then cooked as Rotis. These are very soft and have a melt in the mouth texture. When I was checking for a flatbread starting with J, I somehow across this recipe. Initially, I hadn’t read through the recipe and […]

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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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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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Emirati Khameer Bread | Khamir Bread from UAE

Emirati Khameer Bread

Emirati Khameer Bread or Khamir Bread is one of the traditional breads from UAE, served for breakfast with fresh cheese. This simple yeasted bread makes a wonderful dish to enjoy with a hint of saffron and richness of other ingredients that are used. I adapted this recipe from Priya Sri, and almost followed it to […]

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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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Cascioni Romganoli | How to make Stuffed Cascioni

Cascioni Romganoli from Italy

Cascioni Romganoli is a griddle cooked flatbread stuffed with Swiss Chard, Tomatoes and cheese. Apart from these savoury fillings, one can use sweet fillings like jam or Nutella as well. These are made with the same dough used for making Piadina, a rustic flatbread from Romagna. Since Cascioni Romganoli is a savoury treat, you can […]

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Afghan Flatbread | How to make Afghan Nan

Afghan Flatbread

Afghan flatbread or Nân-i Afğânī is the national bread of Afghanistan. The bread is oval or rectangular and baked in a tandoor, traditionally made using a starter referred as the Khamir Toursh. In modern recipes, yeast is used and it is baked in Oven. I adapted my Afghan flatbread from this recipe. Afghan FlatBread or […]

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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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