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Nolac Maas Naan bread with quick Dhal Curry

Nolac Maas Naan bread with quick Dhal Curry

Nolac Maas Naan bread with quick Dhal Curry 
 
Serves 4-6
Cooking time: 20 minutes
 
Ingredients
For the Nolac Maas Naan Bread 
2 cups self raising flour
1 tsp salt
1 cup Nolac Maas
 
For the dhal curry
2 cups red lentils, soaked
1 onion, sliced
4 curry leaves
1 tsp cumin seeds
1 tsp coriander seeds 
2 cardamom pods
2 tsp garlic and ginger paste
1 chilli, chopped
2 tsp roasted masala 
½ cup Clover Nolac Dairy Snack, plain 
Salt and pepper to taste 
Fresh coriander, chopped – for garnishing 
 
To serve
Raita (1/2 cucumber grated and mixed with ½ cup Nolac dairy snack, plain flavour)
 
Method
To make the naan, combine the flour and salt in a mixing bowl and mix together. Add in the Nolac Maas and mix well to combine. Form into a soft, pliable dough and knead for a minute on a clean, lightly dusted surface. Put aside to rest. 
 
To make the dhal, heat a glug of oil and add in the sliced onion, curry leaves and whole spices. Cook until the spices are fragrant and onion slightly soft. Stir in the garlic and ginger paste, chopped chilli and the roasted masala. Cook for another minute. 
Add in the soaked red lentils and mix together, season with salt and pepper then add water until the red lentils are just covered and allow to simmer on a medium to low heat until the red lentils become tender or almost mushy. You can cook it to your liking. 
 
Meanwhile, tear off pieces of the rested naan dough and roll out on a lightly floured surface, into an oval like shape. 
 
Heat a pan with a thin layer of butter or oil and fry off the naan breads until golden in colour. 
 
Once the red lentils are cooked to your liking, swirl in the Nolac dairy snack or alternatively, dollop some on top of the dhal curry for serving. Serve with Nolac Maas naan breads, a garnish of fresh coriander and riata. 


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