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Turkish Bread - Your serving suggestions!

by Kelsey D. | Jun 01, 2017


Our Turkish Bread is extremely versatile and perfect for entertaining but if you’ve never tried it, it can be confusing to know how to serve it. One of our favourite ways to eat it is to slice it into cubes and dip it in oil and vinegar, but we wanted to know how our customers enjoyed Turkish Bread. We’ve compiled some of the unique and delicious suggestions that were shared with us. 

Baba Ganoush

“I use it to dip in Baba Ganoush!” (Bonus, we actually have a recipe for Baba Ganoush!)

“It is best used in two ways! One with meze dips.... Like roasted eggplant or a red pepper vegetable spread.. Which both can be used in a sandwich also! Filled with sucuk which is a Turkish sausage with white cheese (the Turks call it white cheese) and pressed to make Avyluk tost! A very popular food and staple in a Turkish diet lol! So this and of course Turkish chicken kebabs marianated in yogurt and some amazing spices I collect from the spice pazar when I am in Turkey!”

Mixed Tomato Bruschetta


Baked flatbread pizza, sliced with a side of olives and pickled/spicy veggies for a quick charcuterie board”

“Turn it into Garlic Parmesan Bread”

“Dip it in ooey gooey cheesy artichoke dip;)”

“Toast Slices & Dip in Bruschetta.  Chopped tomatoes, crushed garlic, finely chopped red onion, fresh basil shreds, olive oil.” (We have a Mixed Tomato Bruschetta recipe as well!)

Italian Skewars with Turkish Bread"FETA KEBAPS...Cut Turkish bread in squares about couple inches. Make skewers with bread, cubed feta and cherry tomatoes. Baste with olive oil and grill on the BBQ for 3-5 minutes on each side.”


Our sister company in Australia also recommends these Italian-Inspired Skewars

Turkish Bread Serving SuggestionsThanks to everyone who submitted their tips! If you’re still not convinced, visit us at your local COBS Bread bakery to give it a try or stop by on Saturday’s until June  10 for gourmet tastings!

If you have any suggestions on how to serve Turkish Bread, share them in the comments or with us on social media.

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