Fried Rye Bread

Category: Cooking



Czech Bread (chleb or chleba) is traditionally sourdough baked from rye and wheat, and is flavored with salt, caraway seed (kmin), onion, garlic, seeds, or pork crackling. It is eaten as an accompaniment to soups and dishes. It is also the material for Czech croutons and for Topinky — slices of bread fried in a pan on both sides and rubbed with garlic.