Having always wanted to make naan at home, the social distancing restrictions provided the perfect opportunity since we cut way down on eating out from maybe once a week to zero, to try it. I browsed several recipes: some that didn’t use a conventional oven needed the tawa to be inverted over the stove. I use a heavy cast iron tawa. That was out. Some used the traditional tandoor. Out. By elimination, I settled on recipes that used an oven. Of these, Sanjeev Kapoor’s recipe seemed like a good fit. And that’s what I settled on. He isn’t very clear on how long to bake, so I had to guess. The result: the naans were a bit chewy. I followed his instructions to keep the dough very moist and I think that made a huge difference in the texture. I’m sure I’ll try this again, and maybe will hit the perfect temp and the cooking time. For this recipe, I preheated my oven to 500, which was the max my oven would go. And cooked the naan for approximately 5 minutes.
I started making these treats for my daughter’s puppy, our grandpuppy Kashew. He is a long haired mini dachshund and the love of my life. 🙂 Once terrified of any dog, he transformed me into a dog lover. He loves to eat, and I love to feed him – a match made in doggie heaven! But I try to give him healthy snacks – mostly fresh vegetables and fruits, and these treats that are made with whole wheat flour, oats, bananas, and flaxmeal. He loves them! I found this recipe online at:
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