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    From Istanbul originally, this recipe appears in "A Blessing of Bread" by Maggie Glezer. Perfect with a cup of coffee or tea. The 4-hr time indicated is really from start to finish. There is probably about 30-45 minutes of active work during that time, depending on how quick you are.

    Recipe #276418

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    18th century recipe for exotic, eastern spicy bread. Mulot au Petitjean is an old fashioned shop in Dijon that specialises in Spice bread. The Mulot family have been producing this bread on the same site since 1838 and is the only spice bread producer left. Recipe courtesy of Anne Willian tweeked. TAKE NOTE: that the spice bread should be slightly under baked so it is soft in the middle and has not started to shrink from the sides of the pan. Let the breads cool and then turn them out.

    Recipe #176828

    This bread is from Bernard Clayton's Complete Book of Breads. According to the book, this recipe originated in 1859 from a baker named Robbie Douglas, in the Scottish town of Selkirk, near Edinburgh. Looks like one for raisin lovers! Submitting for Zaar World Tour III - I confess I have not made this one yet, but will try to do so soon.

    Recipe #231108

    I haven't tried this but other recipes from the same book have been quite remarkable. The instructions were very "bare bones" so I've done my best to intelligently expand them. It sounds great and I can't wait to try it out myself.

    Recipe #230345

    My son has been making tortillas for several years. This is his 'tweaked' Joy of Cooking recipe. So much better than store bought tortillas!

    Recipe #180143

    This naan is from the New Vegetarian Epicure. With just four ingredients and no yeast, it is simple to mix up, but it is so soft and flavorful I figured I'd add it to the many recipes already posted. Prep time does not include 1 hour of "resting."

    Recipe #203261

    Great with a cup of black coffee. This is my friend's grandmother's recipe. Mixed peel is the candied peel of various fruit. Use candied orange peel or candied papaya peel or a combination of the two.

    Recipe #190905

    Any Indian food recipes submitted herewith have been gleaned from the website: "Your Guide to Indian Food" Indian Recipes. I am a beginner in the art of Indian food preparation and found it most interesting to read the helpful information on this website. I would like to pass it on to you; who knows? you may learn something new. Building an Indian Menu for Beginners For beginners, eating an Indian meal might be somewhat of problem let alone cooking a balanced Indian meal. Indian food is designed to be eaten with the group. Unlike western food, Indian food cannot be eaten or served without a combination. Thus, even though you like that curried vegetable or chutney, try not to eat it by itself. Combine it with rice or Indian bread or with other dishes. This will help you enjoy the meal more and will not give any digestion problems later. There is basic rule about how to combine dishes to make a complete Indian meal. Each Indian meal should consist of starch (for example: rice and/or Indian bread), one or more main dishes (for example: meat dish or fish dish, or a lentil and vegetable combination) and some kind of chutney. Usually two vegetables and/or lentil dish will be served with meal; one ‘wet’ with lots of soup and one ‘dry’. For a simple meal there will be only few varieties of dishes while for an elaborate parties or festivals, more variety of them are prepared. Punjabi Food: A typical Indian restaurant in the United States serves a host of Punjabi food. Many non-Indian identify Punjabi food with the Indian food. Punjabi food includes classic favorite such as Tandoori Chicken, Naan, parathas, Alu Tikki, Makke di Roti and Sarson ka Saag and many more. Punjab a northwestern state of India is also known as 'the Land of Milk and Honey' . Many of Punjabi men are seen wearing big turbans. A typical Punjabi meal with consist of roti, daal, yogurt and curried vegetable. Many Punjabi eat rice very infrequently and only on special occasions. Punjabi meals usually have lot of onion, tomatoes, cumin, turmeric, mustard, garlic, ginger cooked in pure cow ghee. Milk is a very important part of Punjabi food in its many form such as yogurt (dahi), lassi, paneer, makhan (white butter) and ghee. In rural India, Punjabi food is mostly served on "Dhaba". Dhaba is a usually self-service roadside food

    Recipe #137017

    26 Reviews |  By Marie

    This savory Italian flatbread can be made from scratch in less than an hour. For even faster preparation, dough can be made in food processor. Recipe is slightly changed, but is originally from Taste of Home magazine. YUMMY!

    Recipe #44889

    This is a well loved and easily prepared bread from Morocco. This bread originally belongs to the peasants of the Rif where I live; the Atlas Mountains, coastal, where the people are known as Rifi/Rifia . Always served with butter, you can also use honey, cinnamon, sugar or a combo of these but always butter. This is best made at home and unless one knows their street vendors it can be very disappointing as street food. This bread can be served hot, warm or room temperature but always best on day of making. You can make these anywhere from 2" galettes or skillet size. I often make it skillet size and cut into wedges. c.2005

    Recipe #137110

    Having a Luau party? Then this is a must but, you'll want to make this throughout the year. The smell alone will get your significant other to release their grip on the remote, the kids will drift out of their bedrooms and the neighbors might come knocking. I dare to say, this might even be an aphrodisiac! It's great alone but if you're adventurous, slice some strawberries on it or drizzle chocolate syrup over it and top it with some whipped cream.

    Recipe #29185

    This is a common recipe here in Newfoundland. There's nothing like homemade raisin bread. I got this recipe from Newfoundland site. It did not call for cinnamon, but raisin bread is not the same without the cinnamon.The recipe says it makes 3 loaves but I think it could make 4.Making 3 tends to yield large loaves.

    Recipe #168819

    This is a very delicious bread my ex gf who is Mayan/Mexican had this recipe from her mother who got it from her great grandma who was Mayan:) anyways this is very delicious:) I hope you enjoy it as much as I did

    Recipe #164868

    This is a beautiful loaf of bread full of wonderful flavors :-) Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #75481

    A Bombay Specialty

    Recipe #9202

    I ran a search on Recipezaar and found that there is not even a single Kulcha recipe. I was really surprised because Kulcha's are very famous and once you eat one, you'll want to eat them all!! So, here is one basic and simple Kulcha recipe. Happy Eating!

    Recipe #16274

    15 Reviews |  By Lorac

    On the Islands,it's traditional to make and give this tropical fruit-nut bread as a gift. Imagine this bread toasted and buttered or made into French toast! From Sam choy's "Island Flavors".

    Recipe #30296

    A crusty Greek bread often found at delicatessens.

    Recipe #38085

    When we lived on the Caribbean island of Bonaire, our neighbor had a bakery and we would wake up each morning to the aroma of fresh bread and these rolls! It was sweet torture and many times we would give in and treat ourselves to these yummy rolls for breakfast! (Prep time includes time for dough to rise two times. Recipe did not include serving size or yield, so I'm guessing on the servings...)

    Recipe #42553

    18 Reviews |  By Dee514

    This is one of 2 rye bread recipes I posted in answer to a request for a "marbled rye" bread. My suggestion for making the "marbled rye" is to knead the dark rye dough together with a "light" rye dough (Recipe # 43286), before shaping the loaves. (Of course that will make 4 loaves, since each recipe makes 2 loaves).This recipe makes a wonderful dark rye bread! (90 minute prep time includes rising time).

    Recipe #43285

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