This might come to you as a surprise, but making your own naan bread is actually quite easy. It is traditionally made with yogurt but it can be easily replaced by vegan yogurt or even better, mashed avocado (I know!).
You can’t really taste the avocado and it is just as moist and delicious as a yogurt based naan bread.
You can also bring it to the next level by making your own stuffed naan bread. Spiced potato is commonly used as a stuffing (which is amazing, don’t get me wrong), but this recipe uses cauliflower and greens which make the dish much more interesting nutritionally speaking.
To learn everything there is to know about vegan naan bread, click on the link below:
This blog is amazing, definitely in my top 5 and my go-to-source for indian vegan cuisine.
I love how this recipe uses both beets and their leaves (which can and should be eaten if you didn’t know). It is a delicious and gastronomic way to serve one of my all time favorite veggies. I can’t imagine a better to serve my long awaited home grown beetroots.
Another perfect recipe from the amazing Kathleen Henry, check it out:
Always with love,
Be aware, this recipe is extremely addictive.
It’s simply the best TV snack and it’s so good for you.
You can find the link to the recipe here. I prefer using soy milk and I don’t add any oil to my sauce and the result is just beautiful. Try it with your favorite sauce.