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Repost : Method to cook "Naan" in BGE

edited 3:50AM in EggHead Forum
Hi,
Here is my web page explaining how successfully make naan in BGE...This is just a basic recipe but it works...[p]http://mywebpages.comcast.net/schokshi/naan_bge.htm

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  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,961
    sujit chokshi,
    Gee, the inside of my dome hasn't looked that claen since I bought the big sucker! Is there a way to do naan on the pizza stone?...there must be if you can do pizza one would think.

  • Sundown,[p]Pizza stone method does not work because in addition to the hot surfaces, cooking naan requires radiant heat to cook the topside. I have tried these with disappointing results.. as far as clean inner surface, just wipe it with damp cloth. I have cooked naan many times like this & never had any problems with soot on the backside of naan.....
  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,404
    sujit chokshi,
    WOW. That is one of the most innovative techniques I have seen in the 3 years posting here. That is looks exactly like the naan I have seen at the good indian restaurants. [p]Thanks for sharing that nicely presented bit of creativity!
    Chris

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  • nikkignikkig Posts: 514
    Sundown,
    Brad Davidson did his Naan on a pizza stone on top of a plate setter at Eggfest. It turned out wonderful. Have all the ingredients to do some here, but just haven't gotten around to doing it.

  • Sundown,
    Yeah, hundreds of cooks later and my dome is NOT the kind of thing you want to have coming in actual contact with food![p]Here's an idea I've had (but not tried yet):[p]I'm going to try cleaning the bottom side of my plate setter, and sitting it on top of my grill. Let the whole thing heat up, and then plop the naan on the *bottom* of the hot plate setter so that it's upside down, facing the fire.[p]This way I can get the conductive from the ceramic, as well as the continued radiant heat from being directly over the fire.[p]In my case, I'm sure it will be easier (as well as safer) to clean the plate setter than the dome.[p]I'll let y'all know how it goes.[p]bc

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    sujit chokshi, I sure hope you're planning on attending EGGtoberfest. I want to see this in person. It looks interesting - and fun.

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