Jahnun (Yemenite Slow-Cooked Bread)
This bread is very special to me. Growing up in a city which is known for its Yemenite population, I was exposed to their culture and food all the time. One of the most special memories I have from my childhood is waking up late on Saturday morning and going with my friends to get a piece of Jachnun for breakfast, always served with fresh grated tomatoes, Schug (green yemenite chutney) and hard boiled egg. This bread is prepared on friday and baked slowly on low temperature until the next morning. How long? 12-14 hours on 200F. The result is super soft caramelized rolls that just completely melt in your mouth. Give this bread a try for the weekend, you will be so happy with the result. And because you make a bunch of them, invite your lovers over to enjoy it with you.