Einkorn Flour Pita Bread: A Perfect Pocket for All Your Tasty Food!

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With just six ingredients, this soft einkorn flour pita bread is a simple recipe you should learn how to master. Once you flatten the dough into discs, bake them for only a few minutes until they puff up like little clouds. It’s a tasty choice for many sandwich options, from savory to sweet. Read more now.

Kulich: Traditional Russian Easter Bread

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For a beautiful (and edible!) centerpiece on your Easter table, bake kulich, a traditional Russian bread. Soft and delicious with dried fruits, nuts, and cardamom, it’s ideal for Easter brunch. Cover with a sugary glaze, and enjoy every sweet slice. Save the rest for French toast the next morning. Read more now.

New to Baking? Make an Easy Irish Soda Bread!

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Crusty on the outside, hearty and dense on the inside, Irish soda bread is a rustic baked good that’s quick and easy to make completely from scratch. True to its name, the dough uses baking soda. There’s no finicky yeast, and no waiting for it to rise before you bake. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.

Khachapuri: A Shareable Georgian Cheese Bread

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Khachapuri, a cheesy bread recipe, is a popular dish from the country of Georgia that’s shared and eaten by hand. A combination of cheeses bakes on top of a fluffy yeasted dough. Right before serving, a barely cooked egg is mixed right in. It’s fun, indulgent, and delicious. Learn how to make it now on Foodal.

Vegan Cinnamon Swirl Bread

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This soft and fluffy homemade vegan bread has a sweet surprise inside: a perfectly pretty cinnamon swirl center. Every slice is as tasty as it is beautiful. It’s great for toast, sandwiches, breakfast, or just eaten plain. You’ll love it no matter how you eat it. Learn how to make the recipe now on Foodal.