Tag: A to Z International Flatbreads

Compilation of A-Z International Flatbreads

Compilation of A-Z International Flatbreads

  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…

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Zhingyalov Hats (Armenian Flatbread)

Zhingyalov Hats (Armenian Flatbread)

So we have reached the final letter of the A-Z International flatbread series and I am concluding my first ever Blogging Marathon with this yummy Zhingyalov hats. Zhingyalov hats also known as Zhengyalav / Zhangyalov hats is an Armenian flatbread stuffed with finely diced herbs…

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Yufka (Turkish Flatbread)

Yufka (Turkish Flatbread)

  Yufka is a thin, round Turkish flatbread which is made using unleavened flour. It is similar to lavash and is a very easy dish to make and the dough can be assembled in no time. The only catch is to let the dough rest…

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Xaxaba Diphaphata (Flatbread from Botswana)

Xaxaba Diphaphata (Flatbread from Botswana)

  Xaxaba Diphaphata is a flatbread or stove top muffins from Botswana. This muffins are done using minimum ingredients and can be done within 30 minutes. They can be enjoyed in Breakfast, Snack or as a side to your main Course meals.   So this…

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Warqi Paratha

Warqi Paratha

You all must be thinking that how did I forget India in this series of International Flatbreads. No I did not, but being an Indian I knew many flatbreads soI have purposely kept the Indian flatbreads for the difficult letter’s, like u,v,w,x,y,z. So when I…

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Venezuela’s Flatbread – Arepa

Venezuela’s Flatbread – Arepa

  Arepa is a flat, round, unleavened patty of soaked ground kernels of maize, or nowadays maize meal / maize flour or pre cooked corn flour. It is a pre-Columbian dish from the area that is now Colombia and Venezuela. It is grilled, baked, fried, boiled…

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Uzbek Flatbread – Obi Non

Uzbek Flatbread – Obi Non

Obi Non, a disc shaped flatbread from Uzbek which is often enjoyed for dinner or supper with fruit or sweet green tea.

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Tiganopsomo – The Greek version of fried bread

Tiganopsomo – The Greek version of fried bread

If you are following my blog for the past 18-20 days, you will be knowing that I am sharing International FlatBreads in the order of A-Z. What I am loving in this series of flatbreads is that most countries have some or the other sort…

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Syrian Pita Bread

Syrian Pita Bread

This pita’s are soft with puffed up air pockets, that can be scooped with sauces or dips and can be enjoyed as sandwiches for breakfast or lunch.

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