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Paleo Indian “Bread” Recipe – Paleo Naan

By Paleo4beginners

How To Make Paleo Naan

Naan breads are by far the most popular accompaniments in Indian cuisine. Walk into any Indian restaurant and you will find Naan breads on the menu without fail. It is an Indian flatbread that is cooked in a Tandoor oven. Its fluffy and crisp on the outside with a soft center. This relies on the flour which is why making this paleo was a challenge, but this works…

Paleo Indian “Bread” Recipe – Paleo Naan

This is part of my new series of FREE Paleo Indian recipes that I will be sharing. So subscribe using the form on the side bar if you wish to receive all these recipes at no cost to you.

Ingredients


  • 1 cup almond flour
  • 1 cup tapioca flour
  • 2 cups coconut milk
  • Salt

Method


  1. Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl.
  2. Separate into 4 portions
  3. Cook each portion on a non stick pan on medium heat until it starts getting firmed up. Flip and cook the other side
  4. Put in an oven at 400 F for 15 minutes if you want crispy naans. Enjoy!
4

Serves


5 Mins

Prep Time


6 Mins Per Naan

Cooking Time


Paleo Indian “Bread” Recipe – Paleo Naan


Paleo Indian “Bread” Recipe – Paleo Naan
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I appreciate you and your time. Check back regularly as I will be continuing to share more recipes and aim to have a great selection of Paleo Indian Recipes for you in the coming months.

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PS – If you are looking for more Paleo diet recipes, why not check out my

9 Of The Best Paleo Cookbooks Of All Time (2016 Edition)

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