Heston Blumenthal/ In Search of Perfection/ Naan bread
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Added: November 18, 2010 Views: 1,532 Ratings: 0
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Heston Blumenthal/In Search of Perfection/Naan bread Serves 8 Preparation time 30-45 minutes Cooking...
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Heston Blumenthal/In Search of Perfection/Naan bread Serves 8 Preparation time 30-45 minutes Cooking time 2 minutes Ingredients * 750g/2lb self-raising flour * 20g/¾oz sugar * 2 tsp salt * 1 tsp baking powder * 230g/8oz water * 230g/8oz whole milk * 100g/3½ free-range eggs * ghee Method 1. Sift all the dry ingredients together and place in the bowl of a mixer fitted with a hook attachment. 2. Add the water, milk and eggs, incorporating them on a slow speed. 3. Once all the liquid ingredients are incorporated, mix for three minutes on a low speed followed by one minute at a medium speed. 4. When the dough is well mixed, transfer it to a generously floured work surface and knead by hand for an additional two minutes. 5. Divide the dough into 100g/3½oz portions (12 pieces), roll into balls and place on a floured baking sheet. Cover with cling film and refrigerate for at least two hours before using. 6. Remove all the racks from the oven and place two square pizza stones in the bottom in a V-shape: each stone should rest against the oven wall on either side and meet in the middle at a 45-degree angle. If your oven has room for only one pizza stone, you can use a small baking sheet or another metallic object to keep it against the oven wall at a 45-degree angle. Preheat the oven, with the top grill set at 100 per cent for 20 minutes. 7. Flour a work surface and place a floured ball of dough on it. Oil your hands and flatten the dough with the tips of your fingers until you ...
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