Z for Zopf / Züpfe | Swiss Braided bread

  Zopf or Züpfe literally means ‘braided bread’. This is a Swiss special bread that is usually eaten on a Sunday morning (can be eaten other days as well). This is a simple enriched bread made with flour, milk, yeast, butter

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Y for Yemarina Yewotet Dabo | Ethiopian Spiced Honey Bread

  This was one of the breads that was chosen for the alphabet Y long before the Mega marathon started. The recipe for Yemarina Yewote Dabo, the Ethipian spiced honey bread was pretty straight forward and I kept postponing the

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X for Xtra Crunchy Pita Chips | Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips

  In every Mega Marathon, the alphabet X is one of the hardest choice and I invariably come up with a funky name for the dish. I have come with one proper name in the past when I made the

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W for Whole Wheat English Muffin Bread

  I have said it way too many times that this was the best ever bread I have baked and I am going to say it yet another time. I have to add that this Whole Wheat English Muffin bread

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V for Vanillekipferl | Austrian Vanilla Crescent Cookies

  Vanillakipferl originated from Vienna in Austria and is a very famous cookie during Christmas. These cookies are very popular throughout Europe and can be found in every coffee shop. Vanillakipferl cookies are shaped in the shape of crescent moon

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U for Umm Ali | Egyptian Dessert

  Umm Ali, the name of the dish was very different and that made me venture deeper into it. When I saw that it was an Egyptian dessert, I immediately decided that we would like it. My family has an

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