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Super tasty bread made on an iron-cast skillet or good non-stick frying pan. Traditionally baked in clay tandoor ovens, it has its origins in Persia but most of the time it's known as Indian or Pakistan flatbread. They are fluffy and fragrant and perfect eaten warm.
For those who do not know tortillas they are thin unleavened flatbreads made with corn flour (masina harina) and they are used as a base for tacos and burritos. This recipe is very simple and guarantees the preparation of traditional and authentic Mexican tortillas. Moreover, tortillas are gluten-free and lactose-free so they are perfect type of flatbread for those who are allergic or intolerant.
Chalka z kruszonka: do not be scared by the name, chalka is a traditional Polish brioche with crumble. Soft, slightly sweet, with a distinct scent of butter and vanilla. Perfect for both breakfast and snacks. I recommend it!
Delicious Italian focaccia with 100% durum wheat flour. More dense, a little bit lower, but packed with flavor.
This recipe belongs to my father who for years has experimented with traditional recipes of Polish rye bread. He has mixed different flours and seeds and created this moist, rich in flavor and nourishing bread. Slightly sour, thanks to the addition of rye flour, this bread remains fresh for a long time and it is perfect with cheese.
The softest, lightest & fluffiest butter rolls ever. Perfect for breakfast and a snack. They melt in your mouth.
Some time ago I saw a tv show that spoke of Scandinavian history and among many interesting facts they mantioned this simple recipe for a Viking bread. Taken by the curiosity I decided to try to recreate it using a non-stick pan instead of a heated stone in the bonfire: D. The mix of oat flour* and potatoes is definitely worth tasting. The bread (a kind of flat bread/tortilla) remains soft and full of flavour. It is perfect with some smoked salmon and a sauce made of yogurt, lemon juice and fresh dill.
I love homemade bread and this delicious skillet made bread is no exception. Aromatic and dense, this Indian bread, with the addition of whole wheat flour, is prepared in a few steps and is so full of flavour that it disappears faster than the time it takes to be prepared.