Using only natural ingredients and traditional baking techniques, the Ajmera family has brought the Indian bread called Naan to America. To bake their breads to meet commercial demand, they had to first develop an oven equivalent to the small clay tandoor. These ovens are traditionally used to bake flatbreads with heat intense enough to make the dough bubble.
With Stonefire Naan bread, you will enjoy soft and slightly flaky bread with a lot of flavor. Although you can use Naan bread for pizza and wraps, it’s very good just by itself after a few minutes of heating. For the first package of Naan bread that we tried during our 4th of July celebration, we heated it on a charcoal grill. It’s only necessary to heat it a few minutes. Because the grill cooked it too quickly, we found that heating it in the toaster oven for a few minutes at 400 degrees was perfect.
In the past, I’ve tried similar breads that were dry and I would have never considered eating them plain. To make them palatable, I normally add a lot of mayo and mustard. Naan bread has a slightly chewy texture and the flavor is light so it won’t overpower wrap fillings.
A few years ago, I discovered a restaurant that serves salads topped with bread that is very similar to Naan bread. I am delighted to now have the option to purchase Naan at my local grocery store instead.
Matt and I both really enjoyed trying Naan by Stonefire. We look forward to trying their line of pita, pizza, and roti flatbreads. For my Virginia readers, Stonefire products are available at Kroger, Walmart, and Food Lion.
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