Compilation of A-Z International Flatbreads
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Wow !!! September was an exciting month for me with my first mega Blogging Marathon, that is blogging continuously for the whole month except on Sundays . I restarted active blogging since March this year and every month I try to do few posts based on my schedule. For the month of September I accepted the challenge of doing this Mega BM. A bit tough with office, home, kids but I wanted to do it and I am very happy that I finished it on schedule and posted all my recipes on time.
As part of this challenge , I had 3 options to choose from
- A to Z Indian Flatbread (excluding Dosa, crepes, pancakes)
- A to Z International Flatbreads (can include 1 Indian flatbread)
- A to Z Indian Breads (includes Dosas, crepes, pancakes)
And as you all know, I choose – A to Z International Flatbreads, i.e. Flatbreads starting with a letter for each day and contain only one Indian Flatbread, limiting the country names or adjectives as prefix .
I love exploring new recipes and cuisines, so I decided to opt for the International Flatbread series and I thoroughly enjoyed every bit of this challenge. I got to know so many different types of cuisines, so many different flatbread’s, some healthy and some a treat – sure to leave you wanting for more. In many ways I found that the food in different countries relate or are similar to each other but yet so different. The method of cooking, the way the vegetables are incorporated and the way the bread is cooked makes a lot of difference in texture, taste and appearance.
I shuffled the list many times before deciding on a dish. Specially with the difficult letters, I kept on holding till the last moment, as I wanted to use the proper names. I remember for the letter A, first I had decided Arepa, but had to shuffle just 2 days before the start of the Marathon. I started with the first 2 breads in June , had a brief pause and only restarted again in Mid August. Due to time and office constraints, we were eating 3 breads at times on weekend’s and Friday 🙂 and made some quick breads on weekdays too.
All in all to summarize, I loved the series and I now have a collection of 26 new recipes and much more, which I could not prepare as had to do only 26, but yes, it will be coming slowly.
I would like to Thank Srivalli from Spice your Life for coming up with this theme and my blogger friends who worked as a team and encouraged each other, then my friends and readers of my blog who were with me in this journey. And lastly a big thank you to my DH & Kids who experimented all my breads without which it would have not been possible. Hoping to have many more of such series.
Recap of recipes in this series of A-Z International FlatBreads
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