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Types of Flatbread

A Selection of Tajik non (Naan)
A Selection of Tajik non (Naan)

Tajik cuisine is a traditional cuisine of Tajikistan, and has much in common with its borders Russian, Iranian, Afghan, and Uzbek cuisines. Meals are almost always served with non, flat-bread found throughout Central Asia.

Afghan Bread
Afghan Bread

This naan style bread is made in Afghanistan, Iran and Turkey Klik hier voor de Nederlandse versie This recipe is an adaption of the recipe as described in the book ‘Flatbreads & flavors’ by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid.

Georgian Tonis Puri
Georgian Tonis Puri

Kakhuri Tonis puri (Georgian: კახური თონის პური) is a type of Georgian bread, baked in a specific bakery called tone or torne/turne (old Georgian). The word is cognate with tandoor.

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Pane Carasau From Sardinia
Pane Carasau From Sardinia

Pane carasau is a traditional Sardinian flat bread, unmistakable for its thin, crispy sheets. Because it has a long storage life, the bread was used by sheepherders during the long periods they spent taking care of their herds.

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Preparing Tortillas
Preparing Tortillas

The Middle Eastern sandwich, which famously formed the final scene in the first "Avengers" film, usually consists of layers of rotisserie-cooked meat, vegetable fillings and a spicy sauce, all tucked into a rolled-up flatbread.

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Yemeni Lahoh
Yemeni Lahoh

Lahoh is a sourdough flatbread which is eaten in Yemen Somalia, Djibouti, and Ethiopia. Variations also exist across North Africa. In Yemen, it is very popular in Sanaa and the northern areas.