Mekitsi | How to make Bulgarian Fried Dough

For the second day of making Bulgarian Dishes, I have a deep fried flatbread called Mekitsi or Bulgarian Fried Dough. I think my country was almost decided when I read about this flatbread. I know one might wonder why to choose something one has already cooked. Sometimes I try certain dishes just to know how […]

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Besani Koki | Sindhi Besan Ki Koki

For the final day of BM#57 under Flatbreads, I have a Sindhi special paratha, made from Besan or the Fried Gram Flour. Its called the Besani Koki and is served for breakfast and makes an ideal food for travel as well. This flatbread is adapted from Vaishali’s and made a very delicious Sunday Lunch for […]

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Cachapas | Fresh Corncakes with Cheese

For the third and final day of making Tortillas Dishes, I selected to make Cachapas. Not sure what made me select it, only this was the one dish that wasn’t dealing with flour tortillas. This is made with cornflour and corn and more like our pancakes. However when I went through the recipes that came […]

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Bazlama Turkish Griddled Flatbread | How to make Bazlama

For the second day under International Flat bread I decided to make the Turkish yoghurt flat bread called as the Bazlama. After reading on the international breads, I concluded these look and taste just like our Indian versions mostly. The only difference could be our usage of wheat flour, while most other similar flat breads […]

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Piadina | How to make Piada Italian flatbread

We are starting the second week of BM#50, and I will be doing a theme on International Flat breads. While Indian Flat breads are one of my favorite themes, as you might have seen on the Roti Melas that I have hosted, I have always hesitated to take up on International Flat breads. There are […]

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