New Asda Mango Laksa Curry Sauce and homemade Ovenbaked Naan Bread #foodiefriday

My husband and I love a good curry, but not too spicy! I decided to try the new Asda range “A Taste of…” and we decided to handmake some naan bread (store bought just doesn’t cut it for us. 

The curry is pretty straight forward since it is out of a jar: part fry the chicken, add the powdered spice mix from in top of the jar

Once the chicken is throughly cooked stir in the liquid sauce from the jar. 

I also made Naan Bread to go with the curry:

2tsp active yeast

3 cup plain flour

1.5tbsp Oil

1 tsp sugar

1/2 cup water (lukewarm)

1/2 cup milk (lukewarm)

1/2tsp salt

2tbsp butter cut into small pieces


Put water and sugar in bowl, mix well and add yeast, leave for 10 minutes until it is covered in froth. 

Add the milk, oil, salt and flour until dough comes together. 

Add the butter and mix gently, you still want lumps of butter, just well mixed up. 

Cover with clingfilm and put in a warm place for an hour

After an hour is should have doubled in size. Split into approx 6 pieces and stretch out onto a baking tray

Stab several times with a fork and cook at 180 Celsius for 10 minutes

So much better than shop bough Naan Bread, and cheaper than getting some from the takeaway. 

Just writing up about this meal makes me want to have it again, it was so delicious!!

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  1. ooo Love the idea of this, might have look for it tomorrow. I always mean to make my own naan, because when I do, they are amazing, but never seem to have time! #foodiefriday

  2. The sauce sounds really good and I had no idea that naan bread was so simple I thought it would be much harder, going to have a go at making them next time I do a curry fakeaway!

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