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Yummy! I used a pizza stone positioned close (3-4 inches) to the electric (grrr!) broiler coil. What is kalonji?

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Special Ed April 24, 2010

Really enjoyed the naan - used half semolina and half all purpose flour, added onion powder and garlic powder and a half teaspoon of garam masala - used a skillet on the stovetop with olive oil and they were great!

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Mama Wendy June 17, 2009

This was good, but not as soft as I would have liked.

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Jen in Victoria, BC December 02, 2012

I've made this recipe several times. It's excellent!

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tnarinesingh January 09, 2012

I've made this many times, but I didn't use the onion seeds or the kalonji. It was still perfect! I added my photo!

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LILLIANCOOKS January 09, 2011

this naan was great, minus the fact that there wasn't any salt in it (that's why i had to ding it by one star). I changed it up just a bit and used regular butter instead of ghee, i also didn't use the onion seeds and next time i will be careful to add 1 tsp. salt to the dough.

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chocolatelover#1 April 27, 2009

100 out of100 it is one of the best recipe i have tried .Charishma is my fav

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farhat hasan July 23, 2008

I've never made bread before, so making Indian bread my first time, I didnt know if I was doing things right or not. I fried mine in a skillet and it went well with dinner, but it wasnt as soft and fluffy as real naan. I will try out a couple other naan recipes, but at least I know that the taste of this one is what Im looking for!

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NewCooker April 12, 2007

This is a great recipe, but I added some things... I used 1 cup of semolina flour and 1 cup plain flour. Semolina flour is a stronger flour and is used alot in breads, pizza doughs and such. It gives this bread (naan) a better texture, much more like restaurant quality. I also ommitted the onion seeds, and added onion powder (same amount) to the flour mixture when mixing. I also did not use my oven or grill. I find it much easier to cook in my cast iron frying pan. (On the stove top) Just get your pan hot and immediately before placing your dough in, spray it with olive oil spray. It only needs 30 seconds to cook on both sides and it looks and tastes like restaurant quality. I made this as an accompaniment to Butter Chicken with raita.

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mumzcookin May 05, 2005
Naan