Leaf Bread

Laufabrauð, Snowflake Bread (Icelandic)

yeast, butter, flour

Leaf brad or Laufabrauð sometimes also called "snowflake bread" in English, is a traditional kind of Icelandic bread that is most often eaten in the Christmas season. Originating from northern Iceland but now eaten throughout the country, it consists of round, very thin flat cakes with a diameter of about 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 inches), decorated with leaf-like, geometric patterns and fried briefly in hot fat or oil.

Modified May 21, 2020

Created May 21, 2020 by: atasneem


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