Crunchy yet soft, simple, yet full of flavor, traditional non Uzbek bread comes in different tastes and designs depending on where you find it in the eastern European nation of Uzbekistan. Tashkent non comes from the region near the city of the same name in the eastern part of the country.
If you have ever visited Uzbekistan, you will definitely be familiar with the
delicious, freshly baked Uzbek flatbread, recognisable by the elaborate patterns stamped in the centre. The bread is called “Non” or “Lepyoshka,” which literally means a flap of bread.
The scent of baking flatbread wafts through the neighborhoods of Uzbekistan. The iconic Uzbek round bread combines basic ingredients, old-world style baking in fiery tandyr ovens, and unique artistic flair created by chekich or Uzbek bread stamp tools.