Popularly known as Turkish flatbread, or pide, Turkish bread is delicious at all times of the day for breakfast or for dipping with.
- 100% Handmade.
- Zero additives or preservatives.
- Dispatches on the day of Baking.
- 500gr – Serves 3-4
- Suitable for Freezing.
- Stays fresh for 5 days
- 2 Months Freezer Life
- Gently reheat for 2-3 minutes at 150-170 ºC
Turkish bread makes an appearance in Turkish cuisine often and is found aplenty through all mealtimes at any Turkish household. Turkish breakfasts especially revolve around warm stone baked Turkish bread with a generous spread of churned butter, accompanied with delicious jams, tahini spreads, halva, Turkish cheese, kashkaval cheese, honey, Turkish olives and Turkish sausage; sucuk.
Traditional Turkish bread
‘Ekmek’ is Turkish for bread and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. Most popularly known variety and often referred to as Turkish bread in UK and Australia is pide (pee-deh). Also known as Turkish flatbread. Traditionally, pide is consumed most during the month of Ramadan. This explains the long queues stretching out of the shopfronts of local bakeries in every neighborhood if you ever wondered.
Perfect Meze Dipper
This delicious stone baked flatbread is great for dipping in olive oil infused with herbs & spices, mezes of all kinds such as humous, taramasalata, cacık (tzatziki. Turkish flatbread is also perfect for making homemade croutons. Cutting the bread into little cubes and quickly pan-frying them with a little olive oil, a small clove of garlic, and a dash of mixed herbs and spices. Sprinkle generously over a hot bowl of your choice of traditional Turkish soup.
We’ve got the Best Turkish bread
We’ve gone and visited dozens of bakeries in Turkey to find the perfect recipe, and now we’re bringing the perfect Turkish flatbread recipe to the UK. Baked according to traditional recipes by Turkish bakers using unadulterated, high-quality wheat flour. Finished off with a sprinkling of sesame and nigella seeds.
Wheat flour, water, yeast. Contains gluten. Produced in an environment that handles nuts.