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Naan-za

Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sat Mar 18, 2017 1:08 pm

We always see Naan bread at the supermarket and always wanted to try it. So when a package hit the 'Used Food' (day-old, lol) shelf we grabbed it. What to do with it?

Chez chunks, obviously: cheddar, jack, munster and Yancy's Peppadew. And then some leftover chopped balsamic dressing-marinated grilled chicken thighs. Heyyy! Naan base was a little sweet, but not bad, and this was easy-peasy. I'd do it again!


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Postby OldUsedParts » Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:42 pm

Ahoy, Pard, that's come cool creativity drifting in from the Eastern Pond - - - I googled and found it was a leavened bread and that would interest me fo sho. :tup: :salut: :cheers:
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Postby Professor Bunky » Sat Mar 18, 2017 2:47 pm

And it was quite good too! :D
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Postby woodenvisions » Sat Mar 18, 2017 3:25 pm

Sailor Kenshin wrote:We always see Naan bread at the supermarket and always wanted to try it. So when a package hit the 'Used Food' (day-old, lol) shelf we grabbed it. What to do with it?

Chez chunks, obviously: cheddar, jack, munster and Yancy's Peppadew. And then some leftover chopped balsamic dressing-marinated grilled chicken thighs. Heyyy! Naan base was a little sweet, but not bad, and this was easy-peasy. I'd do it again!


[img]http://extras.ourpatioparty.com/files/1814/8986/0097/Naan_Pizza-640p.jpg[/img]

WHAT ?!?!?!?!?!


Way to weird man !!

Lol, just threw some pizzas on 5 minutes ago using this bread.
Yours look awesome, I've never used these before....., I hope I have the same results.

do do do do....do do do do.. ( twilight zone ) lol !!!
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Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sat Mar 18, 2017 3:28 pm

woodenvisions wrote:
Sailor Kenshin wrote:We always see Naan bread at the supermarket and always wanted to try it. So when a package hit the 'Used Food' (day-old, lol) shelf we grabbed it. What to do with it?

Chez chunks, obviously: cheddar, jack, munster and Yancy's Peppadew. And then some leftover chopped balsamic dressing-marinated grilled chicken thighs. Heyyy! Naan base was a little sweet, but not bad, and this was easy-peasy. I'd do it again!


[img]http://extras.ourpatioparty.com/files/1814/8986/0097/Naan_Pizza-640p.jpg[/img]

WHAT ?!?!?!?!?!


Way to weird man !!

Lol, just threw some pizzas on 5 minutes ago using this bread.
Yours look awesome, I've never used these before....., I hope I have the same results.

do do do do....do do do do.. ( twilight zone ) lol !!!



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Postby woodenvisions » Sat Mar 18, 2017 3:42 pm

Sailor Kenshin wrote:[quote="woodenvisions"][quote="Sailor Kenshin"]We always see Naan bread at the supermarket and always wanted to try it. So when a package hit the 'Used Food' (day-old, lol) shelf we grabbed it. What to do with it?

Chez chunks, obviously: cheddar, jack, munster and Yancy's Peppadew. And then some leftover chopped balsamic dressing-marinated grilled chicken thighs. Heyyy! Naan base was a little sweet, but not bad, and this was easy-peasy. I'd do it again!


[img]http://extras.ourpatioparty.com/files/1814/8986/0097/Naan_Pizza-640p.jpg[/img]

WHAT ?!?!?!?!?!


Way to weird man !!

Lol, just threw some pizzas on 5 minutes ago using this bread.
Yours look awesome, I've never used these before....., I hope I have the same results.

do do do do....do do do do.. ( twilight zone ) lol !!![/quote]


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Just means we think alike..

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Postby Kiwiruss » Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:28 pm

Naan bread is standard here in my house with a curry. It's traditionally cooked in a tandoor, it's cooked on the walls , at extreme heat then smothered in garlic butter when serving. Giggle tandoor oven. They also cook their chicken and lamb on skewers in the tandoor. One of the best things to eat is tandoori lamb cutlets, I've adapted to do mine under a grill. After you've tried you will be wanting them again n again. The taste is addictive, I make them here about every 2 weeks. I serve with a mint n cucumber rhaita which is mixed with yoghurt.
LOVE naan bread.

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Postby Sailor Kenshin » Sun Mar 19, 2017 6:18 am

Kiwiruss wrote:Naan bread is standard here in my house with a curry. It's traditionally cooked in a tandoor, it's cooked on the walls , at extreme heat then smothered in garlic butter when serving. Giggle tandoor oven. They also cook their chicken and lamb on skewers in the tandoor. One of the best things to eat is tandoori lamb cutlets, I've adapted to do mine under a grill. After you've tried you will be wanting them again n again. The taste is addictive, I make them here about every 2 weeks. I serve with a mint n cucumber rhaita which is mixed with yoghurt.
LOVE naan bread.

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Mmm, tandoori lamb....

I wonder how a tandoor compares to a Big Easy as far as results go...
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Postby woodenvisions » Sun Mar 19, 2017 1:01 pm

Always wanted to build a Tandoor. I've seen them made from stone, steel and clay.
I've even saw one made from a LARGE clay pot, cut open and surrounded by driveway stone all on top of a brick foundation.

I'm still wanting to make one even more now since Russ brought this up.
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Postby Kiwiruss » Sun Mar 19, 2017 4:15 pm

Sailor Kenshin wrote:
Kiwiruss wrote:Naan bread is standard here in my house with a curry. It's traditionally cooked in a tandoor, it's cooked on the walls , at extreme heat then smothered in garlic butter when serving. Giggle tandoor oven. They also cook their chicken and lamb on skewers in the tandoor. One of the best things to eat is tandoori lamb cutlets, I've adapted to do mine under a grill. After you've tried you will be wanting them again n again. The taste is addictive, I make them here about every 2 weeks. I serve with a mint n cucumber rhaita which is mixed with yoghurt.
LOVE naan bread.

Russ


Mmm, tandoori lamb....

I wonder how a tandoor compares to a Big Easy as far as results go...


I reckon it would be great, you just need the spice mix to marinade the lamb in, then you do what you do best,cook! I can help you if you want to try the tandoori marinade. Pm me.

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Postby Kiwiruss » Sun Mar 19, 2017 4:19 pm

woodenvisions wrote:Always wanted to build a Tandoor. I've seen them made from stone, steel and clay.
I've even saw one made from a LARGE clay pot, cut open and surrounded by driveway stone all on top of a brick foundation.

I'm still wanting to make one even more now since Russ brought this up.


Wv the ones I've seen up close are brilliant but they are gas fired at immense heat. I've achieved excellent results by grilling , and the heat and the yoghurt mix gives a slight burn taste like the tandoor. I think you Re looking at big bucks to build one, the one I had a close look at was an Indian restaurant we go to, from memory. Think he said the oven was about 10k ??? Around that mark. As with sailor if you want to give it a go , I can help you. The taste is unbelievable. Pm me if you want to try it.

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Re: Naan-za

Postby Txdragon » Wed Mar 22, 2017 9:11 am

Naan is a favorite of mine! These look great! :cheers:
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