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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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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O for Obi Non | Uzbek Flatbread | Vegan Flatbread

  Obi Non, a flatbread from Uzbekistan was the first and only choice I had decided for the alphabet ‘O’. Obi Non is made with just a few ingredients and has no fat in it. The bread is traditionally baked

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N for Nazook / Nazouk | Armenian Pastry

  Nazook / Nazouk is a very flaky, tender Armenian Pastry that is served with coffee. When looking for recipes to make with alphabet N, this was the first recipe my husband looked. I fell in love with the name

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L for Lagana Bread | Greek Lenten Flatbread | Vegan Flatbread

  I really should be thankful for my wonderful, food loving husband for helping me find these delicious and different breads for my blog. When looking to bake for the alphabet L, I wanted something savory. We have had enough

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J for Jan Hagel Cookies | Dutch Shortbread Cookies

  I was very excited to find this cookie recipe to make for the alphabet J. The name of the cookie was very attractive to look into, and I was drawn by the easy procedure and ingredients that the recipe

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I for Irish Freckle Bread

  My mind was set on baking an Irish bread for the alphabet I. When I started researching for breads that start with the alphabet I, lot of Irish soda bread came up. That was the first bread of choice

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D for Danish Butter Cookies

  Danish Butter Cookies, just the name reminds me of the soft, melt in the mouth cookies. My first taste of the Danish cookies was the Royal Dansk Butter Cookies in the blue box. I would always crave for them

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B for Bretzel Rolls | German Pretzel Rolls

  I am so happy that I watched this quick video that popped up on my Facebook feed. I usually skip through the videos and do not bother with them. But when the video of this crusty, dark, salt-speckled beautiful

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Sekerpare – Turkish Soft Cookies in Sugar Syrup (Egg less Recipe)

When planning to make Turkish recipe for the theme, I was very specific that I would only be making savory dishes. I had a lovely dinner recipe planned out, but things did not work out quite as well at home

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