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Recipes for Qurban (Holy Bread) for Holy Eucharist and the Antidoron

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Qurban (Holy Bread) is a flat, round bread about 6 to 8 inches in diameter. Qurban can be leavened or unleavened. Qurban is still the basic traditional bread in the area where Our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ lived.

Leavened Bread

The Qurban used for Holy Eucharist and the Antidoron is leavened. Leavened Qurban is used for Holy Eucharist because it symbolizes the living, risen Christ, given to us in the Mystical Supper.

Number of Loaves Made

Traditionally five loaves are made to represent the two fish and five loaves that Our Lord, God, and Savior Jesus Christ blessed to feed the crowd.

  • Two loaves are large for Holy Eucharist
  • Three loaves are small for the Antidoron and for family.

Several Recipes for Qurban

Recipe Newton 1 from the Eparchy of Newton from the A Guide for the Domestic Church

Recipe Newton 1 is from A Guide for the Domestic Church from the Eparchy of Newton (Our Lady of the Annunciation (Al Bisharah) in Roslindale, Massachusetts)

Recipe Newton 2 from the Eparchy of Newton from a Traditional Recipe of His Excellency Bishop / Sayedna / Sayidna John Elya, Eparch Emeritus

Recipe Newton 2 is from His Excellency Bishop / Sayedna / Sayidna John Elya, Eparch Emeritus of Eparchy of Newton (Our Lady of the Annunciation (Al Bisharah) in Roslindale, Massachusetts)

St. Joseph Melkite Greek Catholic Church, Lawrence, Massachusetts

Recipe St. Joseph Church is from Sitto' s Kitchen from St. Joseph Melkite Greek Catholic Church Lawrence, Massachusetts in the Eparchy of Newton (Our Lady of the Annunciation (Al Bisharah) in Roslindale, Massachusetts)

Traditional Recipe from the memory, skill, and experience of generations of women bakers

Traditional Recipe is from the memory, skill, and experience of generations of women bakers


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