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Faluche are the small flat bread with a white crust from North France, this bread is used for making sandwiches or else to eat for breakfast with butter and jam.This bread is vegan.

Tried this yummy simple bread for 

Thank you Priya akka for this yummy selection.

Recipe Source: 


All purpose flour/Plain flour/Maida - 2 1/4 cups 
Water - 1/2cup 

Salt - 1/2tsp 
Active Dry yeast - 1tsp 
Oil - few tsps


1. Dissolve yeast,salt in warm water and keep aside until it turns frothy.
2. Meanwhile mix the flour in a large bowl, slowly add in the yeast mixture, oil and knead to a smooth and soft dough.
3. Transfer the dough to a greased bowl .Keep it in a warm place for 1 1/2 hour.
4.Sprinkle enough flour in a working surface.Then roll the dough with enough thickness.
5.With a round shaped cutter, make medium sized round shaped bread.
6.Place it in a flour dusted baking pan and keep it for an another hour.
7 .Heat the oven to 200 deg.c.
8 .Brush the top of the faluche with the oil.Now sprinkle some flour on the top and bake for 10-15minutes.

Faluche should have a white crust .

Linking it with Sangee's Monday Love2bake  and Vardhini's Bake Fest . guest hosted by divya.


Sanoli Ghosh said…
Delicious! very perfectly made Shama.
Unknown said…
Yummy with jam.
Lincyscookart said…
You have baked this bread to perfection. Love the colour and softness of your bread.
Sona said…
Perfectly made bread!
Rajani said…
These bread roundels look so cute, perfect for breakfast.
Very beautiful and perfectly made Shama...
Unknown said…
Bread looks so moist and yummy !!
Sravs said…
Super fluffy and perfectly baked bread !!
Nava K said…
Fabulously made and I love the fluffy outcome.
Nava K said…
Fabulously made and I love the fluffy outcome.
Gita Jaishankar said…
Looks so tempting and delicious, lovely click!
Sangeetha M said…
soft and fluffy bread...come out very well...thanks for linking it to Love2bake..
Swathi said…
Delicious bread you made very well.
Asiya Omar said…
Looks really delicious..Shama..rocking.
perfectly done.. so tasty

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