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July 04, 2015, 11:16:39 PM by littlechilie
Views: 128 | Comments: 4

Prepping the Naan ball before slapping

Naan before flipping

Dry cooked Naan

Buttered Naan

My trusty Naan pan.

Got inspired by Madras-Andy's Naan today,14000.0.htmlso I had to knock up a bulk load for the freezer, garlic,coriander and chilli is such a perfect combo.

Added a photo of my trusted Naan pan, it's just a standard non stick Naan pan sanded down and seasoned.

Total time to make dough rest it and cook the Naan was 3 hours.
July 04, 2015, 09:50:55 AM by Madrasandy
Views: 273 | Comments: 10

Made an extremely tasty CH phall inspired chicken tikka curry with a garlic chilli naan and chips.
The chicken was beautifully moist and the curry had a hot naga burn but had great depth in flavour.
The naan had finely chopped garlic and green finger rolled into the dough and drizzled with coriander butter when cooked.

Lovely  ;)
July 03, 2015, 07:40:11 PM by Naga
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It was a hot one today - well, hot for Scotland! - but I was determined to have my usual Friday curry. What to prepare though? A curry that wasn't too heavy and wasn't a Chicken Ceylon!

I settled for Chewy's tried-and-tested Rezala recipe as the added yoghurt really lightens the dish, yet it still retains a decent kick from the addition of black pepper.

Very nice and highly recommended if you haven't tried this one.
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