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Kheema Naan

Khemma mean minced meat, adding kheema to the naan makes the bread richer and flavourful and the bread goes really very well with the presence of meat.

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Serves (4 to 5)

  

Ingredients (A) 

teaspoon                    Yeast

2 tablespoons                Plain Yoghurt

2 tablespoons                           Condensed Milk

2 teaspoons                   Fine Salt

300ml                             Warm Water

 

Ingredients (B)

500 grams                      Plain Flour

 

Ingredients (C)

1 picec                           Onion

15 grams                       Red Capsicum

15 grams                       Green Capsicum

3 sprigs                         Coriander Leaves

2 pieces                         Green Chilli

As necessary                Seekh Kebab

 

Ingredients (D)

As necessary                Butter

 

1. Kheema can be Chicken Seekh Kebab or Mutton Seekh Kebab refer to pages. You also can use your own minced meat recipes.

2. Cut split the green chillies into two and remove the seeds, and then chop the Ingredients (C), together.

3. Mix all the Ingredients (A), together in a bowl and stir it till it dissolves.

4. Then add in the Ingredients (B), to it. Then make it into soft pliable dough.

5. Divide and shape it into 8 to 10 balls and leave it aside for 10 minutes. Cover with a wet cloth.

6. Take the dough ball, flatten it with fingertips. Put in the fillings which is the Ingredient (C), into the center of the flatten dough and seal the edges.

7. Roll out the dough into a round shape and required thickness on a lightly floured board.

8. Use a long, sharp stroke in a forward direction or tap it in your hand.

9. Preheat the oven to 220oC before placing the naan into the oven. 

10. Place the naan on the tray and bake it in the oven for 6 to 8 minutes at 220oC.

11. Once it is done smear it with Ingredient (D).

 

* If you feel the naan is not done due to the oven, bake it for another few more minutes.

* To give a burnt texture, increase the heat.

 

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Kheema Naan.