1-800-432-4262
  News | Education | Halal & healthy | Parenting | Teens | Kids | Marriage | The Quran | Glossary 
Audio Video Computer Books Gifts & Things Games


Rate this Article

Grand Luxe - Multi Color LED Lights (Crescent and Stars)

$33.00 $30.00
Buy Now


(Adam's World: Ba for Bismillah - Letters and Manners (DVD)

$17.95 $15.00
Buy Now


Mecca2Medina: African Sounds

$12.50 $11.50
Buy Now

Halal & Healthy:

RECIPES

Naan (Without a Stone Oven)

This bread is traditionally made in stone ovens, but your broiler will do just fine. This bread is good with soups, curries, kabobs, or plain eaten hot from the oven.

FROM THE KITCHEN OF SR. HUMA MURAD

Ingredients:

    4 cups flour (preferably un-bleached)
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 packet yeast
    1/2 olive oil
    1-11/2 cups water (scalded)


Method:
Add 1/4 cup scalded water to the yeast and let sit for 10-15 minutes. Add everything to large mixing bowl. Knead dough until smooth, approximately 5-10 minutes. Cover and let rise in warm place for 1 hour. Punch down and knead again for 1 minute. Divide into 14 balls and roll on floured surface. Roll into 6" in diameter and 1/2 inch thick. Broil them in broiler until golden brown, turning once. Remove and brush with melted butter or margarine. Cover to keep warm.



If you have one recipe which is your, please send us with permission to share with others: kitchen@soundvision.com

 

 



Your Comments

camille, california - wrote on 1/10/2006 3:04:43 PM
Rating: Rating

Comment: Have not made it yet, but is the quantity of the olive oil one-half "CUP" of olive oil?


, - wrote on 7/19/2003 9:25:21 AM
Rating: Rating

Comment: This is a great recipe. I am looking for a recipe called desert bread Would you have that recipe and may I have a copy e-mailed to me please.


Post your comment


   
FREE Newsletter

Loaded with Valuable Deals & Content!

 Name:
 
 Email:
 
 Be the FIRST to receive: FRESH Perspectives, Helpful Tips & Exclusive Product Offers!

 Preferred mail format:
  auto-detect
  text  HTML
 
Search
Articles Products
Search The Quran
YusufAli Pickthall
Surah Ayah
Something to Ask...
My Rubb,
I beg of you good that lies in this night and good that follows it, and I seek refuge in You from the evil that lies in this night and from the evil of that which follows it. My Rubb! I seek refuge in You from lethargy and the misery of old age. O Allah! I seek Your Protection from the torment of Hell-fire and the punishment of the grave.
RadioIslam.com
  News | Education | Halal & healthy | Parenting | Teens | Kids | Marriage | The Quran | Glossary 
Copyright © 2014 Sound Vision Foundation, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide.
2701 W. Devon Ave., Chicago, IL. 60659, USA
Email: info@soundvision.com · Phone: 773-973-4200
Follow us on: Twitter - Facebook - YouTube
Last update: