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Naan-Indian Flat bread- Olive Naan, Garlic Naan, Nigella seeds & Coriander Naan- No yeast and Stovetop version

Naan, like many Indian foods is a worldwide favourite. Traditionally ,fluffy naan is made with all-purpose flour and yeast. The dough is slapped against the chimney wall of a clay tandoor oven and baked over wood fires, but replication the same at home is quite challenging but its stovetop version is quite close to it. 680 more words

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Urad dhal (black gram) paratha

This is a quick and simple recipe that works very well as a weeknight dinner or as a lunch box recipe. You do not have to go to all the trouble of stuffing the filling and rolling them to make parathas. 305 more words


Indian Ladi Pav

Indian ladi pav has been my (and everybody else who belong to my generation and before) introduction to the quintessential “bread”. As a kid, mom would ask us to run over to the bakery around the corner, which was anything but a bakery, it was your go-to provisions store that stocked everything under the sun – from mawa cakes to 50 W bulb. 593 more words


Make Naan at Home. There's "Naan" Like It.

Indian breads have gained popularity in mainstream eating, appearing in regular old grocery stores in the area, like Giant and Acme.  One of these breads, Naan is really very easy to make at home; you probably own a cast iron pan or a baking stone already.   522 more words


Indian Bread – Chapati

We tried our hand at making Indian bread before we left for India with pretty good results. While our bread puffed on the griddle the finished product was not as tender as some of the roti we tasted in country. 399 more words


Gobi paratha (Cauliflower paratha)

I love making parathas. It all began when I initially started cooking and I could never get my parathas right. The first paratha I made was in my mom’s kitchen back at home. 463 more words


Broccoli Stem Parantha 

Broccoli is a very nutritional vegetables, full of many essential vitamins, minerals and low in calories. However today I have used the stems (Danthal in hindi) of Broccoli, which generally goes in the bin, to make Broccoli Stem Parantha.  605 more words

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