Real Bread Week
Real Bread Week is on the way and it is a great opportunity to get baking at home with your family, household, or support bubble but it’s also a chance to get a taste of different cultures.
Below we have a selection of simple recipes from around the world, give them a try, then do a doorstop drop off in your neighbourhood to share your produce with your community. So, grab your apron and get baking.
If you are sharing your baked goods with your community, don’t forget to register your Get Together!
Challah is a special bread in Jewish cuisine, usually braided and typically eaten on ceremonial occasions such as Shabbat and major Jewish holidays. This recipe was shared by the Bristol Education Partnership.
Focaccia is a traditional Italian olive-oil based bread. It is normally quite flat, round or square shaped. It is often flavoured with herbs such as rosemary, thyme or sage and is delicious with ham and cheese. This super simple recipe is perfect for cooking with children.
Barabrith, meaning ‘speckled bread’, is traditional Welsh yeasted bread. The ‘speckles’ comes from the inclusion of dried fruit and it delicious when spread with butter for a tea-time treat. This easy to follow recipe is ideal for baking as a family.
Naan is an oven-baked flatbread. Varieties can be from Western Asia, South Asia, Indonesia, Myanmar and the Caribbean! This particular naan recipe is fragrant and perfect enjoyed warm alongside your favourite curry.