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    Breads: Bread as a Magic Carpet

    [Cover photo by kiwidutch... .] Breads from cuisines around the world.
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    This eastern European Croatian sweet bread or coffee cake is enjoyed during Christmas and Easter. Povotica (Povo-teets-a) is out of this world delicious, no other way to describe it. My cousin makes this bread every Christmas, and I like it for a coffee or tea party.

    Recipe #92350

    4 Reviews |  By Mymble

    Got this recipe from my Bulgarian mother-in-law (took notes while she made it, and have made it since). This makes a lot, so feel free to halve it - I often do, but it also freezes really well. It's a day's project, but well worth it - we love the combination of the lemon zest and the rummy raisins in this fresh bread. The braiding is the traditional form, but I have also made this in small loaf pans just to save time, and rolls are yummy too. Be careful not to cook too long - you will lose the wonderful stretchy yeasty moist texture.

    Recipe #109967

    The recipe comes from Fleischmann's yeast company.

    Recipe #95654

    1 Reviews |  By hkjenn

    cheap, and easy. revised since my previous post! :] dircetions werent clear enough

    Recipe #110184

    1 Reviews |  By Marie

    This is my all time best recipe! Try it and it will become a favorite of yours too. I found this more years ago than I care to remember in a magazine. It's a very rare kind of recipe that you don't come across too often.

    Recipe #40115

    This recipe for Greek pita bread can be used for 'souvlaki' and 'gyros' sandwiches, Found on a greek website. 2 hours includes rising time

    Recipe #60108

    1 Reviews |  By Bollie

    Speculaas, dutch spiced biscuit. Traditionally the dutch eat this biscuit around the 5th of December together with warm chocolate milk. Also taste very nice with coffee !

    Recipe #18470

    1 Reviews |  By Kree

    This is a traditional German recipe, usually made on Shrove Tuesday to use up the lard before Lent begins. Don't worry, you can fry them in vegetable oil instead of lard! Either way, they're delicious!

    Recipe #62701

    These are great with all kinds of cooked meats, and gravy of course!

    Recipe #71012

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    This cheese-laden loaf is boldly spiced, and in Paraguay it often accompanies a hearty beef soup. Every slice is peppered with moist corn kernels.

    Recipe #161773

    4 Reviews |  By Lorac

    An easier and quicker version of Easter Babka. Denser more cake-like and less complicated if you haven't made bread without a machine. Add the Lucre from the Easter version for a sweeter presentation. Posted by request.

    Recipe #23122

    A genuine Czechoslovakian recipe, posted by request.

    Recipe #76670

    This is one of my granddaughter's favorite. It is wonderful fresh from the oven and served with spaghetti or with a hearty soup (see some of my soups). Slather it with butter for a high calorie treat. It smells soooo good baking. The best part is you don't have to shape the loaves. Just mold them and put them on a baking sheet free form. If they look irregular that is O.K.

    Recipe #106267

    A really easy mielie (AKA corn) bread, lovely with a braai (South African for BBQ) or just as a snack. It's delicious with apricot jam too. I sometimes bake in giant muffin tins and freeze for lunches.

    Recipe #100512

    3 Reviews |  By Bev

    Traditionally baked in a fluted pan topped with almonds, this delicately sweet loaf is a festive addtion to any meal. You can serve it right out of your machine or tansfer kneaded dough to a bundt pan for a traditional presentation. From Electric Bread.

    Recipe #55568

    8 Reviews |  By Bev

    Kids love this sweet bread flavored with Chinese Five Spice! Serve it for morning toast and you won't have to beg the kids to eat breakfast anymore. Use it for French Toast and you have the beginings of a gourmet lunch! From Electric Bread.

    Recipe #55570

    A Swedish Tradition On 13 December the Swedes celebrate the Italian Saint Lucia with a remarkable enthusiasm, surpassing any Italian festivities devoted to the same lady. One mandatory constituent in the celebrations is a saffron-flavoured bun, in Swedish called a lussekatt, a "Lucia cat". The shape of this bun might vary somewhat, but is always based on bread designs dating back to earlier Christmas celebrations in Sweden. A Swedish Traditional Recipe from The Santesson Family, www.santesson.com

    Recipe #43784

    There's nothing as wonderful as a freshly baked focaccia. Adapted from "Bread" by Treuille and Ferrigno. i even love this plain, without any filling. You can use anything for the filling; iI've included another variation. Generally, any Italian-style ingredients such as roasted peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, olives, capers, fresh herbs (esp basil/oregano) or grilled aubergines, will complement this bread. Just remember that any topping/filling must be cooked in the same time that it takes the bread to bake. Therefore, vegetables need to be chopped/sliced, and partially cooked (roasting/parboiling before they are used. Prep time includes dough rising/proving.

    Recipe #84306

    This is a traditional Hungarian bread with a hard, crispy crust. It takes some time to prepare, but is very cheap and very appreciated. It won't keep for long, since the dough doesn't contain any fat, but the problem seldom arises, since it will be gone in no time. The recipe is from the Swedish magazine "Allt Om Mat".

    Recipe #31677

    1 Reviews |  By Mirj

    Spongy lechuch, made of yeast dough, is served with hot soups and with dips. The preparation is simple, and is done in a frying pan rather than an oven. The result is something between a pita and a pancake, which can be dipped in tehina, simply spread with honey, eaten as is or torn up into a hot bone soup. I've always managed to scrounge some off my Yemenite friends, but have grown so addicted to the stuff thought it would be a better idea if I just made it myself. This recipe comes from Ha'aretz.

    Recipe #100707

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