Saturday, January 10, 2009

Naan Bread

Tonight we packed up the crew and headed out to a friend's 40th birthday party. Indian food was the menu of choice, so I provided the naan bread. I posted this recipe before, but let me say once again how awesome it is. I subbed soy yogurt and margarine for the dairy, and added chopped garlic to half of the dough for garlic naan (which you can see I also sprinkled with chopped cilantro). The party was a blast, the vegan dishes were awesome, and the naan devoured.

12 comments:

Janet said...

I love naan bread, I often use it as a pizza crust! Yours looks very tasty :)

Tami said...

Hi, new to your blog and this bread looks amazing! I can't wait to give it a try.

JMS said...

Wow, Vegan Dad, thanks for the link to Manjula's Kitchen! I can't believe I haven't run across it before. It's after midnight and I just spent way too much time there!
~Jain

JenMeister said...

Mmmmm... that looks so good!

DJ said...

Those look awesomely soft and delicious!

Eating Consciously said...

I love naan, but never tried making it myself yet. Maybe a project for tonight and I can make a spicy curry to go with ;)

DJ Karma (of Vegspinz) said...

Love naan. Always had problems getting those nice big bubbles in them, though. I just bookmarked another recipe yesterday- now I have two recipes to try. Thanks!!

Tami (Vegan Appetite) said...

Wow, that looks so good!

carrie said...

I use this recipe for naan as well, and my family can't get enough of it!! I always have to double the recipe.

Mary said...

I love naan bread and lost my favorite recipe. Lately I have been wanting to find another good recipe, and look what you posted! Thank you so much!
I think this is today's project.

cathy said...

I'm a HUGE fan of naan - especially now that I live in a town without a single Indian restaurant. I'll be trying this for sure!

Rumela said...

My father is a huge fan of naan bread and I always try to bake one for him whenever we see my parents. He has yet to be fully blown away by any of the recipes i've tried. Simplicity is key, and yours looks perfect! Can't wait to try it.thank you for shearing your post.