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Wednesday, May 28, 2008


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This looks great. I want to try it when I make curry next time. Megumi has recently found her love with bread-making with natural yeast (made from raison).


I am inspired to make an another attempt at making naan again. My first try wasn't exactly inedible, but they were more like native american flatbreads, and not even particularly pretty ones. I had just been using regular all-purpose flour, so there's mistake #1.

What's the details on the tile alternative to pizza stones? I must have missed that one. Just any unglazed tiles, or an particular thickness, etc?


Lori - I used regular all-purpose flour too, however the one I use is from King Arthur Flour (it has a higher protein content = more gluten). See if that helps.

You can use any unglazed, untreated tile from your local hardware stone. Alton Brown of Good Eats fame recommends that. I don't think thickness really matters, just something sturdy enough. I haven't made my way to Home Depot yet. When I do, I'll let you know exactly what I purchased.
Good Luck!

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