maandag 18 januari 2010

colorfull world...

The most colorfull food in the world is , as far as I know , the Indian Kitchen. Which I'm very fond off. Like my husband. To tell you the truth , we stop the car when-ever we see an Indian restaurant around dinnertime.Or almost dinnertime. Or whenever it is open....
We made several recipes at home ,but I never tried the breadbaking side of this kitchen. Bad BreadBakingBabe !!
But Lynn , breadbakingbabe-kitchen-of-the-month-host gave us a recipe of Naan , the indian bread.
As said "naan really can't be made at home because traditional naan is made by in a specially made, super hot brick oven " , Lynn found us a recipe that's really worth trying.The recipes come from Paul Hollywood's 100 Great Breads.
And I baked them on a hot baking stone in my stove.
To be honest , the plain "naan" was good.And simple to make.
And the "curry naan" I made only because it was in this challenge.
The mango-chutney and the raisins turned it into a color-full taste.
So don't spoil any time reading this post.
Run to Lynn's kitchen table and start making "Naan".

And give Lynn my love and thanks !

9 opmerkingen:

Ilva zei

Oh we should be going to Indian restaurants together, I can see that!

Baking Soda zei

Next time give me a call when entering that restaurant, I'll be over before you say Naan!
Looking good Monique! (Hoe is het met de duif trouwens?)

MyKitchenInHalfCups zei

And I'd love to join you in those Indian restaurants ... but hey your house would work too. Looks like you got wonderful Naan and a great dinner!

Natashya KitchenPuppies zei

They are so beautiful, great shape!
Love the dinner with them too, looks like you had a lovely evening.

Lien zei

Another feast on a plate at your house Monique. These naans look great, like the rest on that plate!!

Cookie baker Lynn zei

Brilliant idea to use a baking stone! These look wonderful. So glad you enjoyed it.

Sara zei

That looks wonderful! I can only imagine how wonderful the mango chutney would be in the bread.

katiez zei

I agree the food, the decor, everything is bright and beautiful.... As are your Naan!

Elle zei

Glad to hear that these can be baked on a baking stone, too. Must try that. The meal looks delicious!