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Offline bobsbeer

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Re: Naans cooked on a Pizza stone
« Reply #10 on: May 24, 2019, 08:00 PM »
We have an infrared thermometer which is useful I agree.  We did manage to get the stone temp right for pizza but can't remember it offhand.  I just figured if the stone was as hot as you could get it then they should cook really quickly, but I guess from your replies that that idea doesn't work.  ;D  Oh well back to chapati on the tawa instead.
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Re: Naans cooked on a Pizza stone
« Reply #11 on: May 25, 2019, 10:53 AM »
I haven’t tried it but the thermo grill prog on my oven goes up to 300 c so maybe a cast iron griddle plate placed on the top shelf might do the trick

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Re: Naans cooked on a Pizza stone
« Reply #12 on: May 25, 2019, 01:04 PM »
Please forgive a non-naan-eater for butting in, but is it not the case that "Happy Chris" has demonstrated that naans can be cooked to perfection using a tava ?  If so, then is it really worthwhile perserving with oven-bake methods ?  Even if you do not have gas for cooking (as I do not), a propane/butane camping stove for heating the tava and singeing the naan would represent a relatively modest outlay ...

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