Top Rated Naan Recipes

Naan is a leavend flatbread that is typically cooked in a tandoor in India. As most people don't have tandoor ovens, it can be made at home in your broiler.There are numerous ways of making naan but this particular recipe has been elected as a go-to because it is easy to follow. As with all Indian breads, naan tastes best when eaten immediately after it has been cooked.
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Curried Cauliflower
I'm not going to pretend and say that this is actually aloo gobi, an Indian dish that is also cauliflower- and potato-based. Nevertheless, this curried cauliflower is delicious with garlic naan. And that's all that matters in my book. See all potato recipes. Click here to see 5 Naan-Inspired Recipes.
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Pizzettas with California Dried Plums and Caramelized Onions
Using store-bought naan bread instead of making pizza dough is the time-saving secret of these pizzettas. We like to top these flatbreads with caramelized onions, goat cheese, and California Dried Plums, then add a side salad for a great light lunch. Click Here to See More Pizza Recipes
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For a Captain Phillips party, it's all about the nautical theme, hopefully without any unwanted Somalian pirate guests! Serve up this crab alfredo pizza bites appetizer from Celebrations at Home, to complete your seafaring theme, or even just to have a delicious and unusual meal at home.
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If you enjoy a spicier flavor, try this recipe for tikka masala, a popular dish for the British.
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Authentic rogan josh recipe.
Rogan Josh is an authentic recipe from the beautiful paradise on earth called Kashmir. Kashmiri food is rich and infused with exotic spices…just like the place itself. The name Rogan Josh means a dark red curry traditionally made with mutton or ghosth as we call it in India, which is lamb meat. Rogan is an ingredient that adds the red color to the gravy. However the version we make at home makes use of red Kashmiri chilli paste or powder. This gives the curry a dense red color.I am not too sure about the word Josh here, but its generic meaning is punch so I am assuming it means a curry with a punch and lots of spice. I am sure there are lots of ways to make this curry but I haven’t found any Vegetarian versions. It is important that you have all these ingredients especially asafoetida and mustard to get the real flavour.  
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Naan Bhajji with Roasted Tomato Chutney
Bhajji (also bajji) are afternoon snacks typically consumed before dinner and typically consist of fried food. This is one you probably won't find anywhere in India, though, since it's more Indian-inspired than actually Indian. Special thanks to my dear friend Deepak Venkatachalam for his invaluable help with this recipe. Click here to see 5 Naan-Inspired Recipes.
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Chicken Tikka Masala
I made a "not so traditional" version of chicken tikka masala. But, then again I am not sure if there is anything that qualifies as a "traditional Indian tikka masala." In fact, chicken tikka masala was not even born in India. Rumor has it that years back in the 1960s, a British gentleman stepped into an Indian restaurant and returned his order of chicken tikka, complaining that it was undercooked. Tired of his customer's rants, the chef opened a can of tomato soup, threw in some cream and cooked the tikka in the sauce. Ironically, the dish became so popular in England that in 2001, it was declared England's national dish. Some Indian critics claim that it was born in the early 1500s when Babar, a Mughal emperor sick of choking on the bones of his tandoori chicken, asked his Punjabi cooks to remove all the bones. Cooks terrified of the angry emperor chopped off all the bones before throwing the chicken into the tandoor (clay oven). They cooked the chicken in spices and served it to the emperor. Whatever be the story, I know that it is one of the most popular Indian dishes and the kind of chicken tikka masala a restaurant serves determines the quality of a restaurant and a chef in my book. This is a quicker and simpler version from a busy mom to some Indian food lovers and I have a feeling that you are going to like it!
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Naan Pizza
Pizza is always delicious, but sometimes you want to switch it up a little. This pizza uses premade naan, fragrant spices, and sweet and spicy mango chutney to bring together the flavors of India in a new and unexpected way — and it's super easy to make! Click here to see 5 Naan-Inspired Recipes. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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Cheesy Pizza Dip
Don’t let the word "dip" fool you. This dairy-packed, high-protein fun dish is a nutritionally sound mini-meal! Check out more delicious pizza-fied recipes here! For more classic pizza recipes, click here. 
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Slow Cooker Vegetarian and Vegan Lentil Curry
Lentils are packed with protein, which is perfect for vegetarians in need of that essential nutrient. Plus, when lentils are slow cooked for hours in flavorful spices like curry, they taste pretty darn good, too.Click here for more recipes from The Healing Tomato.Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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Bhindi Masala Appetizers
If you didn't grow up cooking Indian food, then it's sometimes a daunting cuisine to take on. But after living in India for a year I discovered that there are basics even non-Indians can master. The first secret is in cooking for a long time — Indian cuisine is all about developing the flavors and if you want a quick fix, then you shouldn't even start. The second secret is proper spices — don't take out ground cumin that's been sitting in your cabinet for months and don't buy a garam masala from a generic brand. Buy fresh cumin seeds, fresh coriander, and find a real spice market for an original garam masala blend. This okra appetizer is a primer for anyone who wants to try cooking Indian food but is a bit hesitant. There's nothing complicated; you just have to leave time for simmering. Take it from a white girl who loves Indian food: You can do it! Click here to see 5 Naan-Inspired Recipes.
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