Turkish Flatbread with Sesame Seeds (Pide Ekmegi or Ramazan Pidesi)

This bread is often eaten during Ramadan, but is eaten during the rest of the year as well. In the UK, this particular loaf is thought of as Turkish bread, despite there being dozens of different types baked there. Try thinly slicing, then toasting it and using it to scoop up dips and meze dishes.
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stardust4300
,Mocksville
,NC
March 21, 2014
Ability level:Advanced
Cooks for:3 to 5 people
Cooks:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Great Bread reicpe even for beginners!
March 21, 2014
This is a beautiful and delicious bread that is a little crusty on the outside with a nice chew to the center. It is not hard to make at all and you can add different herbs to it also. I like it plain the best but my family likes it with a few herbs now and then. If there is one con and that is not an issue is the mixing by hand. I love this bread. It is cheaper to make, fresh and you will love it to. Even beginners can make this bread. It is well worth the time to make it. Just follow the directions to the letter, you will have fantastic bread that you will make repeatedly. I like it just as a snack with a glass of tea.
Pros: Easy, Appearance, Impressive, Will Make Again, good for beginner, crusty outside delicious center
Cons: mixing by hand?