Best Ways To Use Turkish Bread


Our Turkish bread is super versatile and can be used for all occasions and meals. Here are our recommendations on how to make amazing meals:

  1. Sandwiches and Burgers
    • Cut the roll or loaf of Turkish bread in half or open it like a pocket and fill it with your favorite sandwich ingredients.
    • Toast your sandwich for a beautiful melted cheese moment.
    • Load up a crunchy schnitty or juicy beef burger on some toasted Turkish.
  2. Dipping Bread:
    • As seen above, cut the bread into small strips and use to dip in your favourite hummus or tzatziki.
  3. Pizza Base:
    • Use it as a quick and easy pizza base. Top with tomato sauce, cheese, and your favorite toppings, then bake until the cheese is melted.
  4. Croutons:
    • Cube Turkish bread and toast it in the oven to make homemade croutons for salads or soups.
  5. Bruschetta:
    • Toast slices of Turkish bread and top them with diced tomatoes, fresh basil, garlic, red onion and a drizzle of balsamic glaze for a delicious bruschetta. Add a little feta if you love a cheesy bruschetta.
  6. French Toast:
    • Make sweet or savoury French toast by dipping slices of Helga's Turkish bread into a mixture of eggs, milk, and seasonings, then fry until golden brown.
  7. Panini:
    • Press a flavourful panini in a sandwich press or a grill pan for a crispy exterior and gooey interior.
  8. Garlic Bread:
    • Make garlic bread by spreading a mixture of butter, minced garlic, and herbs on slices of the bread, then bake until golden and smelling delicious.
  9. Breakfast Toast:
    • Toast slices of our Turkish bread and top them with smashed avo, eggs, smoked salmon, or bacon.
  10. Mezze Platter:
    • Serve Helga's Turkish bread alongside a variety of Mediterranean-inspired mezze dishes like olives, feta cheese, roasted vegetables, and cured meats.
  11. Mop Up Sauces:
    • Our Turkish bread is great for soaking up sauces and gravies, making it the perfect side for saucy dishes.

Remember to use a sharp serrated knife to slice your sourdough bread to prevent squishing or tearing.