Bread is a staple food from around the world and comes in different shapes and forms. A mixture of flour and water which can be either baked or pan fried depending on which part of the world or region it comes from. Today I am bringing you all a Bread Collective which is an effort put together by few of my very talented fellow bloggers.
In India, we have parathas, roti which are cooked on a heavy pan called Tava and then we have Naan, Tandoori Roti which are made in a clay oven called Tandoor. Breads from other parts of the world are usually baked. There are different types of breads such as sourdough, plain white or wheat, multigrain etc.
With school starting soon, a few ideas for you all for your little one’s lunch box or when you have company over and you want to show off your baking skills…lol
Let check what my fellow bloggers came up with…Please click the name of the bread in red to get the recipe.
For recipe please click on the name that is highlighted in red.
Parvathy a very talented friend brought us Blue Berry Hemp Bread, which can be an awesome bake for breakfast on a Sunday morning. Along with food, she also has a passion for photography.
Shailja is an awesome baker and a dear friend who brought us English Muffins with Strawberry Butter. Her muffins look perfectly baked. Love the texture and look of these muffins.
Sonal, one of my first blogger friend who is creative and an all rounder. She brought Cheesy Vegetable Grilled Bread. It looks super delicious and a very quick snack for kids after school as we can use any store brought bread.
Prachi another wonderful friend and a fellow blogger. What a gorgeous looking Challah Bread she brought. It is slightly sweet and can be enjoyed at any time of the day.
Sarika that’s me, I tried my hand on White Sandwich Bread, which has been on my list for a long time. Very easy recipe to bake.
Aish another passionate fellow blogger who brought Banana Chocolate Bread which is an wonderful way to incorporate banana for people who don’t like banana. It looks sinful with the nutella glaze.
Swati my blogger friend who loves to cook healthy brought Whole Wheat Pita Bread, which I have been planning to make for a while now. The pita bread looks so soft and will be lovely to pair it with hummus or baba ganoush.
Suchitra a fellow blogger friend brought Zucchini Bread Gluten Free Meatless which is an excellent choice for people who are allergic to gluten. Also a good way to include zucchini without any fuss.
Kritika a wonderful fellow blogger who loves to cook brought Bedhni Chana Dal Stuffed Paratha, an Indian bread combined with the lentil protein. Lovely share which can enjoyed for lunch or breakfast.
Hope you all enjoy and get to try these recipes. Also I would like to thank you all my friends who participated in this event and made it a success.
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