If – like many others! – you’re stuck at home in 2020 and want some global bread recipes to challenge you, then this list is for you. These amazing breads from around the world will keep you busy. From authentic bread recipes from India, Turkey and China to beloved favourites, there’s a carb-loading treat for everyone here. With people having so much time on their hands and looking for new challenges, bread is the ideal place to start in the kitchen.
These recipes are tried and tested and come from the world’s top bloggers. The people at the very top of their craft who have crafted meticulous recipes that are absolutely flawless. Make sure you bookmark them on their sites so as you can make them on a regular basis.
You might not be able to travel at the moment, but you should still be able to to enjoy great bread. These global bread recipes will help you do just that…
Global Bread Recipes: The Best Breads from Around the World
It is chewy on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside. This Turkish Flatbread recipe is easy to make, delicious and fantastic for middle eastern theme night or a great addition to your charcuterie board.
Recipe created by Ruwani.
Puffed and crisp, a poori is the epicure’s delight – a delicious bread to accompany potato curry, chhole or aamras. While chapatis are everyday fare, pooris sit proudly as the “special occasion” treat.
Recipe created by The Steaming Pot.
Mexican street corn meets easy moist cornbread muffins for an amazing combination. This is the ultimate side dish recipe that is sweet, savoury, creamy, and spicy. Instead of slathering butter onto your cornbread muffins, this recipe has a heavenly twist.
Recipe created by Angela.
Unlike hard pretzels these wonderful soft versions are wonderfully chewy and the perfect snack to have on the go.
Recipe created by Olga.
It is called Danish, but is not the western Danish pastry that we have in mind. It is classic Hong Kong style bread with raisins.
Recipe created by Mrs P.
Make trendy, healthy “2-Ingredient” Bagels, or use the dough to make pizzas, dessert and more. The perfect New York way to start the day.
Recipe created by Tamar.
The coconut gives them a wonderful fresh flavour and with just 4 ingredients they couldn’t be any easier to make.
Recipe created by Ruwani.
Add a little Asian influence and voila! You have a black sesame banana cake. It’s different but this dessert is just as delicious as the classic version.
Recipe created by Christine.
Probably the most famous dish in the Georgian culinary tradition, khachapuri is a cheese-filled bread that comes in various flavours and shapes. The reason why several varieties of khachapuri exist is because of its regionality.
Recipe created by Eva.
Focaccia is one of the easiest bread to make and it has the most wonderful crispy crust that almost tastes like deep-fried. If you haven’t had focaccia yet, this is something you have to make.
Recipe created by Roshani.
Buckwheat has an incredible earthy flavor. It is enough to add a small quantity and the entire aroma of the bread is completely changed.
Recipe created by Denisa.
The bread is buttery and has a chewy texture and is incredibly easy to make and perfect for a beginner.
Recipe created by Josette.
Mallorcas are a Puerto Rican sweet bread that’s eaten mostly during breakfast time. It’s like a local version of a croissant!
Recipe created by Dev.
This bread is fluffy, soft and moist. It seems to stay fresh longer than most other ordinary homemade breads. Yudane method is quite similar to Tangzhong (water-roux) method. Both methods are scalding method.
Recipe created by Yeanley.
To get rid of the pesky gluten, the recipe replaces wheat flour with a combination of gram flour, fine cornmeal, and arrowroot starch. This mix is tastier than wheat flour, and has a better ratio of proteins to carbs, meaning that is more nutritious.
Recipe created by Foodaciously.
This is one of those breads that are just made for tearing apart with a wonderful lush and soft centre.
Recipe created by Angela.
Crispy crunchy topping and warm spices take this zucchini bread to new levels. It also keeps for a long time so it is perfect to make in advance. Global bread recipes don’t get much better than this.
Recipe created by Karlee.
These Rye Pretzel Buns are great for any sandwich. The rye in the whole grain baked goods gives them a great flavour! Also, making the them into a pretzel bun is even better, it gives it that really chewy and yummy crust!
Recipe created by Amy.
Spare pizza dough ball in the freezer? This is the thing to do with it: Sicilian folded pizza-like bread, scaccia known also as Italian schiacciata.
Recipe created by CuisineFiend.
It’s likely you’ve heard of chocolate babka, but have you ever tried a savory babka?! This Vegan Spinach Tomato Basil Babka is so flavourful and is truly the best way to spice up your bread baking routine.
Recipe created by Megan.
Making your own hot dog or hamburger buns doesn’t seem quite as overwhelming and it’s definitely worth it. These hamburger buns are brioche-esque, meaning that they are enriched slightly with fat, eggs, and milk, but not so much of these ingredients as to make a full brioche.
Recipe created by Anna.
Crispy, flaky, homemade scallion pancakes that taste like they came from your favourite Chinese restaurant. This indulgent appetizer is fun to make and even more fun to devour!
Recipe created by Alissa.
Steak, spice rub, homemade pita, and an epic salsa. Hot damn, these Moroccan steak pitas are cracking simple. One of the best global bread recipes ever.
Recipe created by Gavin.
This is a hearty, savoury bread that’s great for toast and rustic sandwiches. The Poolish needs to be started the night before.
Recipe created by Two Bit Tart.
It’s so easy to make from scratch and creates a moist, delicious loaf of bread with tasty lemon flavour. Topped with glaze, it’s the perfect breakfast, snack or dessert. Your family will love it, too!
Recipe created by Stephanie.