The world's tastiest bread
Lefse is the crêpe of the North. It originates from Norway, is made with potatoes as an ingredient, and is usually served with butter, sugar, or jam.
In the Bengal region, luchi is eaten with various sauces as a starter. It is a wonderfully crispy deep-fried flatbread.
Or in Dutch, tijgerbrood. It's named for the light-colored crevices on its dark crust that resemble tiger stripes. Rice paste is put on the dough before baking to create the effect.
The ciabatta was created in Italy in response to the popularity of the French baguette. The dough is full of water that makes it chewy inside and full of holes.
Sangak has its origin in Iran. The name comes from the Persian word for pebble because it is cooked on a bed of little stones, hence its bumpy surface.
It may not seem like it, but this bready treat is actually sweet. They are made from pancake dough with a whole egg cracked on top.
Khachapuri is a dreamy bread made with normal bread dough and topped with cheese and an egg.
This delectable and naughty bundle comes from Japan. It is a ball of curry, wrapped in batter and breadcrumbs, and then deep fried.
This beautiful loaf is a sweet bread made for weddings specifically in Russia, Ukraine, and Romania. Traditionally, women would make it together before the wedding, singing all the while.
This tasty treat is made in Sri Lanka. It is a mixture of coconut milk, fermented rice flour, and water. It serves as the perfect mild accompaniment to a spicy curry.
Crumpets are one of the UK's favorite breakfast foods. They are made from batter, not dough, and are also known as pikelets.