About two weeks ago I was going to cook Prawn Korma for dinner but forgot to buy some prawns. I rushed off to Morrisons and forgot my shopping list. I couldn’t even remember what I’d planned for dinner that night so we ended up with me buying some chicken breasts and a spice kit to help me make chicken tikka masala. It tasted great and I was pleased even my fussy son enjoyed it. One to try again sometime!
When we get Indian takeaways we love naan breads and chapatis but I’ve never had the courage to make them myself. When I made some chilli and halloumi cheese flatbreads last year I was gobsmacked by how easy they were to make and how my family devoured them. Of course being homemade they tasted much better too. So I thought I would love to have a go at making naan bread as I had been told by my friend at work that they were really easy to make. She was right!
Here’s how they were made:
Everyone in our house loved the naan breads and I’m so glad I tried making them. They tasted much better than any bought ones and were great for mopping up leftover sauce from our curry. I might try them again but with chilli and garlic or even with coconut.
Love Sam xx