November 27, 2015
A taste of India that’s so, so easy to recreate at home! The garlic naan is delicious and the perfect pairing for the pork.
Press garlic into a small bowl. Here's a great tip if you don't own a garlic press and you want your garlic finer than a mince. Start by peeling the cloves by smashing them first. Mince them up and then pour the kosher salt right over it. Use a large knife to smash and mush and the kosher salt will break up the garlic making it into a nice paste. Works great!
Garlic Naan Bread – Naan is an Indian style bread that is delicious, moist and melts in your mouth. Slightly melt butter, add crushed garlic and a sprinkle of Italian Seasoning (if you have it) and slather on naan break. Grill in your oven or place on your BBQ top grill and heat through gently until the bread is hot and soft and the butter has fully melted. Slice into wedges and serve.
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