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    Fantastic post Mick,
    i think we will all be having a go at these, they look superb.
    Thanks for sharing Scobie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speno61 View Post
    These look the business Mick. Do you leave the dough to stand at room temp or in the fridge?

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    Hi Jim,
    At room temperature mate,
    Mick

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    great job mick those naans looking great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curry Barking Mad View Post
    Good idea as well mate, I had also considered using a panini press.
    I tried chapatti's on my panini press but it didn't work out. I guess it's not really hot enough.

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    Like it Mick

    Got me thinking - anyone tried this on the hot plate on an Aga/Rayburn - think I'll give it ago over the weekend and post the results

    Like you mention shop bought naans
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curry Barking Mad View Post
    I have not tried this method with Peshwari naans but can't see why it wouldn't work.
    I'm not sure about Keema naans done this way as the naans may not be in touch with the heat long enough to cook the lamb mince filling.
    More experimenting to come I suppose.
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    Could you cook the lamb mince filling before hand and then add and it should just reheat the filling?. Great guide on home naan bread cooking mick. I have a different type of flat pan/skillet i think its for chapatti's so i think i may use that

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapp View Post
    Could you cook the lamb mince filling before hand and then add and it should just reheat the filling?. Great guide on home naan bread cooking mick. I have a different type of flat pan/skillet i think its for chapatti's so i think i may use that

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    Hi Pat,
    You are right of course but I like the disc of lamb mince cooked in the bread at the time the bread is cooked, I'm sure I could have said that better
    Mick

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    Thanks for the link to this thread Mick Wil be trying these naans now. LOL
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    New to the blog so not had the chance to go through all threads, has anyone tried a pizza stone for naan, and if so what were the results?
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    god dam Mick they look good

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