Crispy Breads It is mainly found in France, Spain, and Portugal. It has a golden crusty surface and a soft inside. Baguette in France, Boulot or Ciabatta in Italy are the most popular varieties. Flat Breads It is widely consumed in African and Middle Eastern countries. The cooking method is compatible with the nomadic life of the desert people. It is enough to knead the dough very little and it bakes in the oven in 1 minute. Lavash, barbari, pide are some of them. White Loaf Breads Anglo-Saxon countries love their famous white salmon bread. This bread is produced daily by bakers. It contains ingredients such as milk, butter, and wheat flour. It is the most consumed bread in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Malaysia. Steamed Breads It is fermented for two hours before being steamed. It is light and crunchy.
It is stuffed with meat or crunchy vegetables, and served as salty or sweet upon request. Mantou, the traditional bread of China, is the best example of steamed bread. Toasted Breads More like pancakes, this type of bread is made from a grain-based runny dough that is fried in oil. It consists of wheat or corn flour. The type cooked in India is called Chapati, and the one in Mexico is called Tortilla. Sweet Breads Sweet breads are thick, soft, crunchy and fragrant. Croissants, Brioche, Panettone, brioche and cakes fall into this class. Its main ingredients are butter, sugar, eggs, milk and wheat flour.