|Alternative names||Iranian flatbread|
|Place of origin||Iran|
|Region or state||Khorasan|
Barbari bread (Persian: نان بربری, translit. nān-e barbari) is a type of Iranian flatbread. It is one of the thickest flat breads. It is widely known as Persian flatbread in United States and Canada.
Barbari is an obsolete Iranian term for the Hazara people living in Khorasan. Barbari bread was first baked by Hazaras and taken to Tehran, becoming popular during the Qajar dynasty. Hazaras are no longer called barbari (i.e. barbarians), but the bread is still referred to as nan-e barbari in Iran while Hazaras refer to it as nan-e tanoori (tandoor oven bread).
Manufacture and style
The bread is usually 70 cm to 80 in long, and 25 cm to 30 cm wide. It is the most common style baked in Iran. It is served in many restaurants with Lighvan cheese, an ewes' milk cheese similar to feta cheese.
- Taftan, Iranian bread
- Sangak, a leavened Iranian flatbread
- Lavash, an unleavened Armenian flatbread popular in Iran
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