There are many breads around the world that are tied to specific countries, like India and naan, France and baguette, and Italy and focaccia.
Make your own delicious sweet and crisp flatbread the next time you serve an Indian meal! Roti are pan fried and super easy to make.
Ciabatta bread is a classic from Italy that has lots of air pockets and a great crispy crust. This recipe has been adapted to be made in a bread maker.
You can easily buy tortillas but the homemade product is far superior since you can control their thinness or puffiness and how done you like them.
These are big, soft pretzels rolled in coarse sea salt that you can make at home with basic bread ingredients you probably already have! Instead of the salt try garlic salt or cinnamon sugar for a flavour change.
You have to serve naan bread with good Indian curries! These contain yoghurt and are sprinkled with black onion seed.