♬ 'The Invisible Band' by Travis
SING SING SING.
Yes this album is a bit more lively!
In this case EAT EAT EAT. You have to try these amazing naan dough balls, they would whoop the dough balls at Pizza Express by about 10 miles. Don't believe me?! There could be a chance I'm being slightly overdramatic and extremely enthusiastic about a bunch of balls. Anyway with the other half of the naan bread from the previous recipe I started to get creative and made the above.
A very simple idea that can be executed in a matter of minutes and add a wow factor to a dinner party. I know making bread is time consuming, but nothing beats the lingering aroma of home baked bread in the house.
You will need:
50g soft butter
Small bunch of chopped coriander.
1 small garlic clove crushed.
: Follow the recipe and method to make naan bread. Instead of rolling out, tear away small balls and roll in your hands. Press in the middle with index finger.
: Depending on how many you are feeding, you could use half the dough to make 8 or the whole lot to make 16.
: Bake at 190°c for 20 minutes on greaseproof paper lightly brushed with butter. once golden brown, take out and brush again with butter.
: Soften the butter first by mashing it with a fork, then add the garlic and coriander.
: Serve dough balls straight away (most lovely when hot).
ê 'Flowers In The Window'