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No knead Ramazan Pidesi / Turkish Pide bread (flat bread) with step by step pictures


Selam everybody...........Merhaba from Türkiye


Bread or ekmek we call in Turkish language, is staple of all food in Türkey as well very much important in Turkish culture.  Not just bread, we treat our food with respect. Wasting foods (bread) is disrespect and günah or sin.

Eat and finish what you take.

Bread is always on our dinner table. Serve morning to evening. Dip in a hot creamy soup, eaten with turkish köfte (meatball) in between or any meal. Or just simply spread with salça (homemade tomato paste) for hurry brunch.

You can find dozen type of ekmek/ bread in market or local fırın (bakery) which always serve fresh and hot bread from traditional big stone oven. And there is one bread that special baked at special occasion, Ramadhan or Ramazanİt's Ramazan pidesi.


There are many classic dishes that are associated with Ramazan in Turkey. But no other item signifies the breaking of the fast better than a loaf of pide (read; pee-deh).
Ramazan pidesi, it's round and rather flat in form, and having a weave-like patterned crust shape by fingers.
Ramazan pidesi is made of wheat flour with yeast, rub with egg wash and topped with sesame and black sesame seed.

It is traditionally served for the iftar and sahur meals during the holy month of Ramadan
is highlight bread in turkey during Ramadhan month.


Bakeries all over Turkey provide this Ramazan pidesi hot and fresh about an hour or two before iftar time. So you will see a long queue in front of fırın/ bakery before iftar time to get this delicious pide hot from oven during the month of Ramadhan.


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