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
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. As the last flatbread in this series, I have the Za’atar Flatbread
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, is an unleavened flatbread from the Turkish cuisine.
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. I can’t express my joy and excitement when I found a recipe starting with
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
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.
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. We are almost to the end of
Taftan Bread | Taftoon is a flatbread from the Persian and Pakistan cuisine that is quite similar to the Indian Naan. We are in the last week of my A to Z International Flatbread series. For the alphabet T we
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. Looking for a recipe to bake with the alphabet
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, the soft