What is unleavened in baking?
Unleavened bread is a variety of flat bread prepared without using raising agents like yeast, which adds air to the bread, and creates bubbles. All unleavened breads are flat breads, however, not all flat breads are unleavened.
What is the only unleavened dough?
Unleavened bread is bread that is made with nothing in it to make it rise: that is, no leavening, be it a chemical leavener, a yeast or a starter dough. Well-known examples are chapati, matzo and Mexican tortillas.
What is unleavened bread called?
Unleavened bread is a flatbread that consists of no rising agents. Known as Matzah within the Jewish community–it represents a symbolic element with great importance.