International Recipes and Cooking Around the World

Bread Recipes

Loaf of whole wheat bread

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Baked, grilled, steamed or fried, bread is often called the "staff of life." It has been a basic foodstuff for a variety of cultures for millenia. Bread isn't just a source of nutrition. It also has remarkable cultural and symbolic significance, from its inclusion as an element of the Christian Eucharist to its use as a metaphor for money.

International Bread Recipes

Arepas

Arepas Recipe (Venezuelan corncakes)

(Venezuelan corncakes)

Bammy

Bammy Recipe (Jamaican cassava flatbread)

(Jamaican cassava flatbread)

Bao

Bao Recipe (Chinese steamed, filled buns)

(Chinese steamed, filled buns)

Boxty

Boxty Recipe (Irish potato pancakes)

(Irish potato pancakes)

Cachapas

Cachapas Recipe (Venezuelan fresh corn pancakes)

(Venezuelan fresh corn pancakes)

Challah

Challah Recipe (Israeli Jewish braided Sabbath bread)

(Israeli Jewish braided Sabbath bread)

Chapati

Chapati (Indian, Pakistani wholewheat flatbread)

(Indian, Pakistani wholewheat flatbread)

Kulich

Kulich Recipe (Eastern Orthodox sweet Easter bread)

(Eastern Orthodox sweet Easter bread)

Lavash

Lavash Recipe (Southwest Asian flatbread)

(Southwest Asian thin flatbread)

Lefse

Lefse rolling pin

(Norwegian potato flatbread)

Naan

Naan (Indian, Pakistani tandoor-baked bread)

(Indian, Pakistani tandoor-baked bread)

Nacatamales

Nacatamales Recipe (Honduran, Nicaraguan meat and vegetable-filled tamales)

(Honduran, Nicaraguan meat and vegetable-filled tamales)