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Aloo Naan (Stuffed Potato Naan)

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Naan is very popular bread. This recipe is a tasty twist to naan stuffed with spicy mashed potatoes. Aloo naan can be served by itself or any gravy based vegetable dish.

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Butter Paneer Masala

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Butter Paneer Masala is a rich entre made with Indian cheese and a creamy sauce. This dish is tasty when served over white rice or with Naans or Tandoori Rotis.

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Chole Palak (Chickpeas With Spinach)

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Chickpeas and spinach is a great combination and a healthy, protein rich dish. Chickpeas immersed with spicy spinach gravy. This dish can be served with roti, naan or any other bread.

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Dal Makhani

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Dal Makhani is a popular north Indian dish; it is rich and hearty. Dal Makhani is a combination of whole urad and red kidney beans. It goes great with Naan or Tandoori Roti.

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Make pizza with Naan

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Today I was busy doing chores around the house. By late afternoon I was tired and my husband Alex made dinner for me. He used a quick and easy recipe for pizza that your kids may enjoy as well.To start, Alex used a ready-made plain frozen naan for the crust. (He used the simple round […]

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Naan – Oven Baked Flat Bread

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Naan is the most popular Indian bread in the Western world. It is a flat bread that is traditionally cooked in a clay oven or “tandoor.” This recipe however uses a regular home oven (with a pizza stone). Serve Naan with Daal, Chola, Palak Paneer or any vegetable dish.

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Tawa Naan (Without Tandoor)

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Naan is definitely the most popular bread in Indian restaurants. Traditionally, naan is cooked in a tandoor (hot clay oven). I have already done a naan recipe using the oven and I used pizza stone to give a tandoor texture. But I find at home “tawa naan” is much easier to make. Tawa Naan turns out really soft and it taste great. It’s hassle free because you don’t need a tandoor or oven. Naan Goes well with chole, palak paneer or any gravy based dish.

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