http://www.tandoorichef-nj.com/ - Naan is one of the most common types of bread in India, and it is popular in north India. Learn how to make traditional Indian naan bread with chef in this great video from Tandoori Chef.
Using the Pita Oven Naan Oven to make Naan Bread, Chicken Paratha, Laccha paratha , Roti and many more Indian and Pakistani specialty bread. It is really simple and easy to make stuffed paratha using the PitaOven. On average it takes one compete turn to bake the product. Some baked goods might need two complete turns. The user has total control of the burners and well as the speed of the rotation. In the videos shown the rotation was set to 1 minute per turn.
Using the Pita Oven Naan Oven to make Chicken Paratha or Laccha paratha It is really simple and easy to make stuffed paratha using the PitaOven. On average it takes one compete turn to bake the product. Some baked goods might need two complete turns. The user has total control of the burners and well as the speed of the rotation. In the videos shown the rotation was set to 1 minute per turn.
Beryani Burger with mango salsa & garlic yogurt in naan bread pocket.
This is the best Indian Restaurant you will ever find in the area.
The Tandoori chicken and naan bread are phenomenal . The dining crowd is very friendly, easy to chat with. Families are welcome. The cozy booths and red rose atmosphere makes this place suitable for a romantic dinner. This clip provides an excellent showcase with testimonials.
Angara means hot coals, that’s where the finest tandoori meats are barbecued to perfection fish, lamb, chicken and shrimp, and of course naan bread.
Indian cuisine at its finest is prepared at Clay India’s oven. Featured dishes include ginger chicken, Tandoori chicken, chicken masala, creamed spinach, classic naan bread and much more.
How can you save both time and money while expanding your restaurant marketability? Restaurants like Outback Steakhouse, Panera Bread, and Subway already know the answer. All you need is a cost efficient way to offer fresh baked bread. That’s right! Offering freshly baked bread on the premises has a proven track record in the restaurant industry. It’s one way restaurants offer their freshness appeal.
Ordering a pita oven from PitaOven ensures that your pita bread will be the talk of the town as the heavy duty steel plate baking surface rotates around the circumference of the pita oven in the same way common to traditional pita bakeries all over the Middle East. PLUS, the PitaOven not only bakes delicious pita bread to perfection, but, due to being able to adjust the speed and temperature of the oven, you can also make Naan bread, Roti, Tandoori bread, and Mexican tortillas. It even bakes Zatar pies and pizza!
An easy and delicious version of Naan Bread anyone can make at home.
Enjoy the sites and sounds of Indian Street Food in Old Delhi - shot around Chandni Chowk. The naan in Tandoor oven shot is my favorite. Most of what you see are the "fast food" breads that fuel the working class of the area. But in this case its the ORIGINAL fast food.
I noticed in "audience retention" that my original Indian Street Food video was dropping most viewers before they got to the Naan bread oven shot. 7 minutes in retrospect is a little long for a food video. So here's the same content edited & compressed to less than 3 minutes.
This was all shot in a single morning in Old Delhi, near Chandni Chowk, Dec 2010. If you are planning an India trip - this is the area you really MUST see. With the Red Fort, Lahore Gate and Jama Masjid all within walking distance - you can't go wrong. Enjoy.
The full version is available here: http://youtu.be/O5-p5R-Uk0c
1 teaspoon of yeast
3 cups of white bread flour
2 tablespoons of sunflower oil
4 tablespoons of low fat yogurt
1 teaspoon of honey
1 teaspoon of salt
3/4 cup of warm water
flour to knead
Oven is between 200c and 220c.
A montage of Indian street food. Shot in the back alleys of Old Delhi, including Gali Paranthe Wali and bits of the spice/nut markets. Early Dec, 2010.
Mostly fried bread (great Aloo Nan cooking shot) of one kind or another. The final curry starter shot is also killer....
I shot a large portion this walking alone - early on the 3rd day in Delhi. What a morning. There are cold Chicago days on the train when I close my eyes and rewalk this entire route in my head. Ah Delhi...
More international street food videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL45ukjhydlBdSqQNL7orMFDThAi47f27e
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