Turkish pide is a traditional boat-shaped flatbread that originated in Turkey, known for its soft, chewy texture and versatility in flavors. It’s a staple in Turkish cuisine, often likened to pizza due to its similar appearance, although it holds its own distinct characteristics.
Once kneaded and left to rise, the dough is shaped into elongated ovals resembling boats, with edges folded slightly upwards to contain various toppings.
You can fill your Turkish pide with a wide variety of foods, ranging from minced meat, cheese, and a variety of vegetables. This diverse selection allows for a range of flavors, making Turkish pide a customizable delight.
Enjoying Turkish pide is a delightful experience. It’s commonly served fresh out of the oven, often accompanied by garnishes such as fresh herbs, lemon wedges, or pickled vegetables. It’s customary to tear off a piece of the warm, fragrant bread and use it to scoop up toppings and spreads like our homemade hummus or sambals, savoring the blend of flavors in each bite. Some also prefer to roll the pide like a wrap, creating a portable and delicious meal.
Our versatile bakery product is perfect for sharing among friends and family, and its adaptability allows for a myriad of taste preferences to be accommodated.
A word about our bakers!
In the heart of our bustling island, there exists a team of very special individuals who have dedicated themselves to the art of baking and helped our bakery rise to where it stands now, since 1994. These talented bakers, from all around Indonesia, including Bali, have become an integral part of Bali Buda family, bringing smiles to countless faces with their breads, cakes and treats!
Each day, as the sun rises, these diligent local bakers gather in our bakery, ready to embark on their craft. With sleeves rolled up and flour-dusted hands, they pour their passion into every loaf of bread and every pie they make. For almost three decades, these Indonesian bakers have poured their hearts into all the beautiful products we serve and sell to you, everyday. From the crack of dawn to late into the night, their hands are kneading dough, so our bakeries can be supplied with fresh bread as soon as our doors open.
As we reflect on these past 3 decades, we are filled with gratitude for the spirit and unwavering dedication of our Indonesian bakers. Their tireless efforts have brought sweetness and delight to countless moments of our lives, from daily breakfast rituals to special occasions and milestones.