Turkish Pide

I first made this when my neighbour came back from Cyprus with a loaf and it has been a favourite ever since.  I have been making it as a three plait, photo left, but it is actually a flatbread so this weekend I made a more traditional version using this recipe (with the addition of fennel seeds to the nigella and sesame): http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/12772/turkish+pide.  Needless to say delicious, especially warm and dipped in olive oil and Balsamic.  One of the breads we are making Nov 8th on our flat (and flattish) bread course; only one place left!

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