Finally back to the grind! We're back from our super long vacation. We visited my family in East Coast Canada, and lost literally tens of dollars in Las Vegas, Nevada (You can read more about our Vegas adventures starting here). I'm now home and back in the kitchen, again, even if I'm a bit behind on the recipes.
Our first few days home were extremely rough. The jet lag hit us like a ton of bricks, and we've been doing lots of sleeping and lazy meals. Needless to say, it took a bit before I was feeling up to cooking again, but the other day I decided to make a little Indian-inspired curry for dinner, and I have this tasty little recipe for homemade naan bread with crushed garlic and chopped chives that I thought would be perfect on the side for soaking up all that leftover goodness on the plate. Best of all, it takes very little time to prepare and bake. I've used this recipe before for buffets, and had to make extra since my coworkers kept eating it all up.
The dough is simple and straightforward without a lot of fuss, and it's even easier if you have a mixer (which I don't, yet because they cost an absolute fortune here). The results are a fluffy naan bread with a light herb and garlic flavour that's miles beyond the dried out stuff you find in stores. It freezes quite well, and you can even grill it!
Hey there! My name is Lea, and I'm a Canadian Culinary student trying to survive chef life in Denmark. I want to share my journey, and some great food and experiences with others. I believe that anyone can be quite chefy!