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Traditional Persian Lavash Bread

Traditional Persian Lavash Bread

Today is World Bread Day and I have a quick ,and easy recipe for you to make traditional Persian Lavash bread. Persian cuisine is simply impossible to imagine without Nan-e Lavash, it is also popular in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kurdistan, and Turkey. In Turkey, it is commonly used as a dough roll for Dürüm kebabs. Great bread doesn’t require a lot of ingredients! Nan-e Lavash is traditionally a very thin flat unleavened bread, similar to a tortilla or wrap, and is prepared with only 3 ingredients: Flour, salt, and water. Nan means bread in Farsi and is mentioned first of all types of bread. Traditionally, no yeast or other raising ingredients are allowed in the dough. This keeps the dough thin and when baked in a pan, it starts bubbling. When the bread is baked with yeast, we call it Nan-e Taftoon. Do you feel like baking your bread now? Well then get into the kitchen and in about 30 minutes you will not only have delicious Lavash bread, but you will also have the …