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Two of these can make you full for the whole day. This is my modified recipe drawing inspiration from Mamake Bobo Jikono. Mkate wa tandoori also known as naan bread is a Swahili breakfast snack. You can cook Mkate WA Tandoori(Naan Bread) using 8 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Mkate WA Tandoori(Naan Bread)
- It’s 2 cups of all purpose flour.
- You need of I teaspoon yeast.
- It’s Pinch of salt.
- You need 1 tablespoon of margarine /butter.
- You need of Water/milk…warm.
- Prepare of Egg…Optional.
- It’s of Extra flour for dusting.
- You need of Oil for frying.
Two of these can make you full for the whole day. This is my modified recipe drawing. Mkate wa tandoori also known as naan bread is a Swahili breakfast snack. Two of these can make you full for the whole day.
Mkate WA Tandoori(Naan Bread) step by step
- Prepare your dough by mixing the dry ingredients. Rub in the margarine and add you water in bits till a dough forms.
- Oil your bowl and place your dough. Cover with a clean cloth or cling film and let it rest for about 30 minutes or it doubles in size.
- When it doubles in size, deflate it and knead it on a floured surface.
- Cut it into balls and roll them out like chapatis.
- Brown each side before oiling them. Do not worry if it inflates while cooking.
- Cook and oil each side for about 2-3 minutes.
- Once ready, set aside and serve. Serve it for breakfast or with a stew.
- Bon appetit!.
This is my modified recipe drawing inspiration from Mamake Bobo Jikono. They're very many recipes to making it but this is my modified simple recipe. Share pictures with me if at all you try this recipe:) Find me: In some places this bread is known as Ajam Naan, or mkate wa Ajam. Soft thin naans with crispy edges, made from a batter instead of a dough like other naans. The batter is spread out to form the naans one at a time on a hot tawa/pan and simsim seeds are sprinkled all over the sticky top…then it is cooked over slow heat until done.