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Red Naan Recipe _ Dan Lepard

Red Naan Recipe _ Dan Lepard

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Bread recipe
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12/02/2013Red naan recipe | Dan Lepard | How to bake | Life and style | The Guardianwww.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/may/15/red-naan-bread-recipe-lepard/print1/4
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Dan Lepard's red naan recipe: Soft and tender. Photograph: Colin Campbell for the Guardian
Easy to make, and the plain flour makes the bread soft and tender.
400g plain flour (plus extra to dust)100g wholemeal flour (or more plain flour)1½ tsp instant dry yeast1 tsp each saltand sugar1 tbsp tandoori paste, or chopped fresh coriander400g tin chopped tomatoes50ml yoghurt50ml sunflower oil2 cloves garlic, finely crushedCumin, fennel or kalonji (nigella) seeds
Put all the flour in a bowl, toss through the yeast, salt and sugar, then stir in the paste
Dan Lepard's red naan recipe
Like the naan we all know and love, only tastier and easier tomake
Dan Lepard
The Guardian, Saturday 15 May 2010
 
12/02/2013Red naan recipe | Dan Lepard | How to bake | Life and style | The Guardianwww.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/may/15/red-naan-bread-recipe-lepard/print2/4
(or coriander), tomatoes and yoghurt. Mix to a soft, sticky dough (add a dash of water orextra flour, if need be), then leave for 10 minutes. Oil a patch of worktop, knead thedough for 10 seconds, then leave for 10 minutes. Repeat twice more at 10-minuteintervals, then leave for 90 minutes.Divide into five or six pieces and, using plenty of flour, pat into rough tear-drop shapes.In a bowl, mix the oil with the garlic and seeds. Place a frying pan over moderate heatand, when hot, slap on one of the naans. Cook for a minute, drizzle over a few teaspoonsof garlic oil and, when bubbles puff up in the bread after another minute or so, flip it overand cook until the oiled surface is brown. Flip back over, cook for a minute more, thenmove to a hot oven and repeat with the remaining dough.danlepard.com/guardian
 
12/02/2013Red naan recipe | Dan Lepard | How to bake | Life and style | The Guardianwww.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/may/15/red-naan-bread-recipe-lepard/print3/4

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