A – Z International Flatbread | 26 Flatbread around the World

A - Z International Flatbread | 26 Flatbread around the World

It is a a huge pleasure and sense of accomplishment every time I complete a Month long Mega Blogging Marathon. This happens twice a year and I try not to miss any of these as this is when I really put my blogging on full gear and test my endurance.

This A – Z International flatbread was a stretch for me as well as my family as I had made only a handful of recipes before the month began and I almost made a flatbread each day. My younger one casually passed on a comment the other day that we don’t want to be eating flatbread for at least a month after this. This made me realize how much I had pushed it this month and hopefully I will be better planned the next time.


I have to admit that I have withdrawal symptoms and all my mind can think is flatbread. It will be soon be routine posting time and I am trying hard to put aside the flatbread thoughts and come out of it.

I thank each and every member of the Blogging Marathon for making this a very successful month. I especially thank Srivalli for being the best leader that she has always been and organizing this each and every month.

A for Aish Baladi

Aish Baladi is an ancient Egyptian Flatbread made with 100% Whole Wheat flour and is Vegan. 

A - Z International Flatbread | 26 Flatbread around the World

B for Boulanee Katchalu

Boulanee Katchalu | Afghani Bolani is a potato stuffed Vegan Flatbread from Afghanistan.

Boulanee Katchalu | Afghani Bolani

C for Chickpea Flatbread / Socca

A very simple batter based Chickpea flatbread, also known as Socca which is Gluten free and Vegan.

Chickpea Flatbread | Socca | Gluten free and Vegan French Flatbread

D for Dhal Puri

Dhal Puri | Trinidad Split Pea Stuffed Flatbread is a Caribbean special flatbread made with split pea filling. It is delicious with a mix of simple spices and is a vegan flatbread.

Dhal Puri | Trinidad Split Pea Stuffed Flatbread

E for Emirati Khameer 

Emirati Khameer also known as the Khamir flatbread is a very popular flatbread in the United Arab Emirates. It is made with slightly sweet dough and is the softest ever flatbread that I have baked.

Emirati Khameer | Khamir Flatbread from UAE

F for Fruit Focaccia

Mildly sweet Fruit focaccia, loaded with dried cherries and raisins that gives it the perfect balance of flavors. 

Fruit Focaccia | Sweet Focaccia with Dried Fruits

G for Gozleme

Gozleme is a Turkish special flatbread with different kinds of filling. This is one of my favorite with spinach and Feta cheese. This is a wonderful flatbread that is crusty outside with soft and chewy inside filled with delicious filling. 

Gozleme | Turkish Spinach and Feta Flatbread

H for Himbasha

Himbasha | H’mbasha | Ambasha is an Ethiopian Flatbread, often made as a celebratory bread. It is a mildly sweet flatbread flavored with cardamom, raisin and black sesame seeds. 

Himbasha | H'mbasha | Ambasha | Ethiopian Flatbread

I for Indian Fry Bread

Indian Fry Bread, is a very popular deep fried Flatbread that is used to make the Navajo Tacos. Indian Fry bread is also used to make a simple dessert when drizzled with honey or sprinkled with powdered sugar.

Indian Fry Bread | Navajo Taco with Indian Fry Bread

J for Janta Roti

Janta Roti | Odisha Style Flatbread, is one of the softest roti I have made on stove top. This is made with precooked dough and hence the soft texture and also makes it an easy bread to digest.

Janta Roti | Odisha Style Flatbread

K for Ka’ak

Ka’ak Bread | Lebanese Purse Bread, is a very popular flatbread found in the streets of Beirut, Lebanon. The bread is often shaped in a tear drop shape with a hole in the center making it look like a purse. 

Ka'ak Bread | Kaak | Lebanese Purse Bread

L for Lepinja

Lepinja Bread | Croatian Flatbread, is a crusty bread with a lovely crumb that is perfect to be served with any dish. It is a great bread to soak up any flavor that we serve it with. 

Lepinja Bread | Croatian Flatbread

M for Mahjouba

A very thin and flaky flatbread made with semolina flour and filled with a spicy tomato and onion mixture. 

Mahjouba | Algerian Crepes

N for Norwegian Crisp Bread

Norwegian Crisp Bread | Knekkebrød, is a wonderful hard bread loaded with whole grains and seeds. Great for snacking and for energy boost. 

Norwegian Crisp Bread | Knekkebrød

O for Onion and Poppy Seed Pletzel

Onion and Poppy Seed Pletzel is a European flatbread similar to Focaccia. It is commonly referred to as the Onion Bread Board and can be found in bakeries in NYC.

Onion and poppy seed pletzel

P for Pol Roti

Pol Roti | Sri Lankan Coconut Flatbread is a delicious coconut flavored flatbread from the islands of Sri Lanka. This is a great option for breakfast or brunch and is so simple to make.

Pol Roti | Sri Lankan Coconut Flatbread

Q for Qutab

Qutab | Kutab | Azerbaijani Stuffed Flatbread is a popular breakfast recipe and the choices for filling can be unlimited. I made mine with Onion and Cheese filling with some fresh herbs and served it for weekend brunch. 

Qutab | Kutab | Azerbaijani Stuffed Flatbread

R for Roomali Roti

Roomali Roti | Soft and Thin Rumali Roti, is a popular flatbread from the regions of India and Pakistan. The texture and the fold of the roti resembles the Handkerchief and hence called the Handkerchief roti.

Roomali Roti | Soft and Thin Rumali Roti

S for Samoon

Samoon is a popular flatbread from Iraq that has a beautiful crust. Made with whole grain and topped with sesame seeds, this is a great bread to be served with soup. 

Samoon | Iraqi Flatbread

T for Taftan bread

Taftan Bread | Taftoon is a flatbread from the Persian and Pakistan cuisine that is quite similar to the Indian Naan. 

Taftan Bread | Taftoon

U for Uyghur flatbread

Uyghur Flatbread | Nángbĭng, is a flatbread made in the Xinjiang region of China. This flatbread is made with a flour that is naturally lower in gluten resulting in a very soft bread. 

Uyghur Flatbread

V for Veechu Parotta

Veechu Parotta, one of the recipes that I have always seen street vendors make with such an ease. Layers of the thinly rolled dough makes this very flaky and delicious flatbread that is a popular street food in Tamil Nadu.

Veechu Parotta | Eggless Veechu Parotta

W for Whole Wheat Phulka

Whole Wheat Phulka | Pulka | Roti, is a puffed up, very soft flatbread commonly made in the Indian household. Cooking the flatbread directly over the flame gives it the amazing flavor and the texture. 

Whole Wheat Phulka | Pulka | Roti

X for Xian Bing

Xian Bing | Chinese Stuffed Pancake is a dough based popular street food recipe. My vegetarian version of this recipe is made with vegetables and tofu. 

Xian Bing | Chinese Stuffed Pancake

Y for Yufka

Yufka is a very thinly rolled Turkish flatbread made with just the basic ingredients. It can be used to make wraps or as a pastry sheet for desserts.

Yufka | Turkish Flatbread

 

Z for Za’atar Flatbread

Za’atar flatbread is a simple flatbread flavored with a Middle Eastern spice blend called the Za’atar which is a mixture of sumac, thyme, oregano, sesame seeds and salt. 

Za'atar Flatbread

 

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9 thoughts on “A – Z International Flatbread | 26 Flatbread around the World

  1. Beautiful roundup , now we know where to look for international breads .
    All breads are doable and very interesting to learn about various breads from different parts of the world .
    You rocked Sandhya , as always enjoyed doing this marathon with you .
    Kudos !

  2. Wow wonderful collection of international bread Sandhya. I am always so amazed at the ease with which you bake bread. Great job there. I have bookmarked so many of your dishes now…I will surely drool over them while making it!

  3. A wonderful collection of International Flatbreads. Each and every flatbread were unique and made to perfection. Kudos to your efforts. Enjoyed doing this series with all of you.

  4. What a wonderful collection of International Flatbreads Sandhya. Loved them all and loved how you’ve shaped some and made neat patterns on the ones that required it.Enjoyed doing the Mega BM with you.

  5. Finally, this beautiful journey ended with lots of fun. Got to know all of you a bit more. Loved your international bread collection since the time I made socca bread :)). Imagine even my friend tried and now she makes that often. Many are bookmarked and I surely make my collection referring to your blog. Thanks, dear for encouraging comments you left.

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