There are many breads around the world that are tied to specific countries, like India and naan, France and baguette, and Italy and focaccia.
You have to serve naan bread with good Indian curries! These contain yoghurt and are sprinkled with black onion seed.
Ciabatta is a fantastic slightly sour Italian bread. You don't have to use a baking stone to cook the bread, but I like to.
This is a Polish Easter bread with currents, sultanas and almonds. It makes three loaves, but they disappear quickly!
Indian roti is an ideal side to any curry dinner. It is an easy to make unleavened bread that is fried making it similar to other breads like pitta or naan.
This is a basic Italian loaf. This recipe makes three loaves, so you can freeze some or give them away to your friends.
Called "Pan de Muerto" in Mexico, this bread is baked for the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) celebration. It's a sweet bread with orange rind and anise seed.
This Christmas bread called hoska takes some time to make but is well worth the effort. Eat with jam or just icing sugar.
Lavash is a flatbread very popular in Turkey, Iran and Iraq. Make sure you roll the dough out very thinly for best results. A great alternative to pita.
Nice and simple pizza dough, using few ingredients, This has no oil or salt but does have honey and Italian herbs to make the dough slightly more fragrant. These can also be partially cooked, cooled and frozen for later use.
Soda bread is a very easy bread that requires no kneading. It is even better the next day. Serve with butter as a side to Irish stew!