Unleavened bread for Christmas Eve-easy, delicious bread with which you will respect the traditions and treat your dearest people. For this recipe, you naturally guessed, we don’t need yeast, milk or even soda.
This unleavened Christmas Eve bread is ideal if you observe church holidays and fasts or simply stick to customs and traditions. What’s more, this bread, without yeast, is very quick and easy to prepare, and will be ready in just 20 minutes. All you need is whole wheat flour, water and salt.
So if you’re looking for a recipe for a delicious bread for Christmas Eve, bookmark the page so it’s close at hand when you need it.
Ingredients for Unleavened Bread
- flour (whole wheat, white or 50/50 of your choice);
How To Make
In a suitable bowl, mix the flour and salt, and gradually add water. Knead with quick and firm movements for about 3 minutes or until you get a smooth and elastic dough. If the dough is sticky, add more flour to it.
Do not let the dough rest, but immediately make 4 balls out of it and roll them into thin disks. Pierce the loaves with a fork (5-6 times each) and arrange them in a tray on baking paper. Bake at 200 degrees until golden brown.
Remove the bread from the oven and serve while still warm. You can store it in a plastic bag at room temperature for up to 3 days.
This recipe for unleavened bread is suitable not only for Christmas Eve, but also for the holiday of unleavened bread.
Check out our other suggestions for soda bread with yogurt and eggs and dried stuffed peppers with beans for Christmas Eve.