I like the Barbari bread more than the lavash or sangak. This delicious bread gets its texture and delicious golden colour from the roomal ( a flour and water glaze) it’s coated in. The roomal applies moisture directly to the surface of the bread as it bakes, allowing it to rise fully and also giving the crust a satiny shine.It also features peppery nigella seeds, which are a trademark of Middle Eastern cooking. In this video we two barbari bread one with sesame seeds and the other one with both sesame and nigella seeds. Each bread can serve three or two adults.
This bread can be a good replacement of rice and can be served with roasted lamb https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhkFcD_rI-w&t=1s
It could also be served with roasted chicken
excellen with any type of kebab
or delicious with soup.
Ghosts – Ikson
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Original of the video here