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Old 10-07-2008, 06:01 PM   #11
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I did them under the grill (broiler) and they came out fine.
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Old 10-07-2008, 10:12 PM   #12
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Can anyone share their Naan recipe? My family loves this stuff, but my dad and I both have been unsuccessful every time we have attempted to make it.
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Can anyone share their Naan recipe? My family loves this stuff, but my dad and I both have been unsuccessful every time we have attempted to make it.
Just Google "naan bread recipe" and you'll have enough recipes to keep you busy for quite awhile. I watched a video with an Indian chef making naan in the kitchen (click on the video link below the picture to watch the video), and then I tried it for myself in the broiler using a non-stick cookie sheet (they still stuck a little because the dough is wet). Next time I'll spray the cookie sheet.



It came out fine, but the taste was nothing to get excited about. I made some plain and some with garlic, then coated them with butter when they came out of the broiler. A friend was in the kitchen learning to make NYT, and her response was the same as mine...it was just ok, nothing to write home about.

I may try it again using yogurt and maybe brown sugar to get some flavor, but it appears to be just a run-of-the-mill bread staple in its plain form.

Gotta run, my Italian Herb NYT is ready to come out of the oven. Yummo!

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