This is a paper-thin unleavened bread that is round in shape and comes from Turkey. It is similar to Lavash bread and is usually made from ingredients such as wheat flour, salt, and water, although some people add a tad of vegetable oil as well.
Yufka is a thin, round, and unleavened flat bread in Turkish cuisine. It is similar to lavash, and about 18 inches (40–50 cm) in diameter. It is usually made from wheat flour, water and salt. After kneading, the dough is allowed to rest for 30 min. Dough pieces are formed into balls and then rolled out into a circular sheet. The sheets of yufka dough are baked on a heated iron plate called a sac for about 2–3 minutes. During baking, the bread is turned over once to brown the other side.