Na Na Naan Bread

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Makes a heap Prep Time 2 hours   Cook Time 5 minutes   Rated:


This is so delicious that I ate way too many, dripping with butter, and although I tried with the first lot to add flavour (parmesan, garlic, coriander seeds etc) I subsequently decided I liked to have plain as I could then add flavour later. Great with the Daal of the previous post, great with melted butter, or even {shudder} golden syrup, honey, jam or what the hell??? Vegemite! SO Aussie BBQ your service!

I had of necessity to pre-make these for my BBQ cooking class, and I froze the dough unrisen in portion sizes. They defrosted and rose perfectly and were delicious, even 3 days later!

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Combine milk, egg, oil, yoghurt and yeast in the Thermomix bowl and blend 3 sec/speed 7.


Warm 2 min/37ºC/speed 2.


Add flour, salt, sugar, baking powder to Thermomix bowl.


Knead 3 min/Interval.


Add a little more warm milk if the dough does not come together.


Place into a large oiled bowl, cover tightly with plastic wrap and leave to rise for up to 2 hours.


Preheat Pizza stone on a BBQ with hood down until temp shows at least 250ºC. The hotter you get it the better. You can use an oven with a pizza stone as well.


Turn dough onto floured surface and knead by hand until smooth.


Divide dough equally...about 100g per portion.


Roll out to 1/2 cm thickness. Stretch by hand into a tear shape.


Place onto hot Pizza stone for approx 5-8 minutes.


You should not have to turn them over.


Serve immediately with toppings of choice.

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