Naan is a traditional Indian bread served with meals. We are including this for my "foodies" who love to experiment and try new things to cook. You will love this recipe as it is actually two in one: "Naan" is the actual bread without the filling, which makes these incredible "puffy" breads when baked. Stuffing them with the potato mixture makes them a meal. These are fun to make and fun to eat. It is a great appetizer, or an addition to any good Indian Curry dinner. By themselves as a light luncheon or dinner; serve with a lightly dressed green salad, and you have perfection on a plate. We liked this best with a glass of Gloria Ferrer Brut. It was a perfect combination.
These were devoured by all who tried them. It is a yeast bread base, and start to finish, it took about 3 hours (with 2-1/2 hours rising time).::::
Also noted this: when making a day ahead, the heat level of the chile peppers cooled off considerably, thus we made second batch with the higher amounts of peppers for their mild heat factor. to be This is important if you want a bit more spice to this dish. Just double click on the above title for the link to the printable recipe.
*Depending on your heat levels, add up to 3 chile peppers, but make sure you seed and devein them.