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.

No-Knead Italian Breadstick Twists

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A delicious and easy recipe for no-knead Italian breadsticks. Perfect for a party, a gathering, or just for dinner. These super versatile and are a great compliment to pasta, lasagna, or soup! And they are naturally vegan-friendly so everyone can appreciate them. Get the recipe now!

Herbed Fougasse: A French Flatbread with Natural Style

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Fougasse is a beautiful French flatbread that is similar to Italian focaccia. Typically shaped and designed to look like a rustic leaf, it’s perfect served warm from the oven, torn into pieces, and eaten with oil and vinegar. Try Foodal’s version, mixed with fresh rosemary and thyme. Learn how to make it now.

Quick and Easy No-Knead Parmesan Focaccia

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The easiest focaccia out there with no kneading required, this bread takes less than two hours to make from scratch and it will wow the whole family. Parmesan cheese is mixed into the batter and sprinkled on top, with Italian herbs and coarse sea salt. Want to try it at home? Get the recipe now on Foodal.