bannock

bannock

/bˈænək/
noun
a flat bread made of oat or barley flour; common in New England and Scotland

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chapati

chapati

/tʃæpˈɑːɾi/
noun
flat pancake-like bread cooked on a griddle

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matzo

matzo

/mˈætsoʊ/
noun
a flat and crisp bread that is eaten by Jewish people during Passover

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naan

naan

/nˈɑːn/
noun
a round flat yeast bread that is baked in a clay oven, originally from South Asia

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paratha

paratha

/pˈæɹəθə/
noun
a type of flat Indian bread without yeast that is cooked on a griddle

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pita

pita

/ˈpitə/
noun
a flat oval bread that is yeasted and could be opened and filled with food, originally in Middle Eastern cuisines

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poppadom

poppadom

/ˈpɔpəˌdɔm/
noun
a type of round flat bread that is made with ground lentils, served with curry in Indian cuisine

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roti

roti

/ˈɹoʊti/
noun
a round flat bread made with whole wheat flour, native to the Indian subcontinent

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tortilla

tortilla

/tɔɹˈtiə/
noun
a type of pancake made with wheat flour or cornmeal that is usually served hot or cold and wrapped around a filling, originated in Mexico

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hoecake

hoecake

/hˈoʊkeɪk/
noun
thin usually unleavened johnnycake made of cornmeal; originally baked on the blade of a hoe over an open fire (southern)

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matzah

matzah

/mˈætsə/
noun
brittle flat bread eaten at Passover

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yufka

yufka

/juːfkə/
noun
*** unleavened flatbread in Middle Eastern and South Asian cuisines baked on a metal griddle, called saj in Arabic and tava in the Indian subcontinent

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dosa

dosa

/doʊsə/
noun
a southern Indian pancake made with rice flour

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lefse

lefse

/lɛfs/
noun
*** a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread

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oatcake

oatcake

/ˈoʊtkeɪk/
noun
a thin, round and flat bread that is not sweet, made with oatmeal and originated in Scotland

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toast

toast

/ˈtoʊst/
noun
a slice of bread that is brown on both sides because it has been heated

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shaobing

shaobing

/ʃeɪɑːbɪŋ/
noun
*** a type of baked, unleavened, layered flatbread in northern Chinese cuisine

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lavash

lavash

/lævæʃ/
noun
*** a thin flatbread usually leavened, traditionally baked in a tandoor

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injera

injera

/ɪndʒiəɹə/
noun
*** a sour fermented pancake-like flatbread with a slightly spongy texture, traditionally made of teff flour

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scaccia

scaccia

/skɑtʃə/
noun
*** a stuffed flat bread in Sicilian cuisine

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bolani

bolani

/bəlɑːni/
noun
*** a stuffed flat-bread from Afghanistan, fried with a filling

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kulcha

kulcha

/kʌltʃə/
noun
*** a type of mildly leavened flatbread that originated in the Indian subcontinent

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