9/25/12

Stonefire Naan: Flatbread with Shrimp, Mango & Yogurt Sauce


This past Friday I came home to a present from Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads: I received three samples of their product to play with in my kitchen. I was excited! I chose the Garlic Naan because although I love naan, I have no desire to make it from scratch at home. I was eager to see how this product measured up to the naan I order at Indian restaurants. 

I created a simple Flatbread with Shrimp, Mango & Yogurt Sauce.  Before I share my creation with you, here's a little information about the naan from the Stonefire:
  • Hand stretched, made with fire roasted garlic and cilantro
  • All-Natural Ingredients 
  • No Additives or Preservatives
  • Baked in a tandoor oven, at high heat 
  • Authentic look with large bubbles, smoky flavor and airy texture
  • 2 naan per package
  • Made with buttermilk and ghee (clarified butter) which provides great dairy notes
  • Can be frozen

{I really liked the taste of this Tandoor Baked Naan, but it's by no means a low carb or low calorie food!}


Let's get cooking!


Flatbread with Shrimp, Mango & Yogurt Sauce

Ingredients {use as much or as little of each as you wish}

Stonefire Garlic Naan, grilled, toasted, or heated in a panini grill
cumin and mustard seeds, toasted
Greek yogurt
chopped cilantro
shrimp, sauteed in olive oil with salt and pepper and red pepper flakes
mango, sliced
red onion, chopped
red pepper flakes
 

Directions

1. Make a yogurt sauce with the Greek yogurt, some of the toasted cumin and mustard seeds and cilantro.


2. Spread the sauce on toasted naan.

3. Add sauteed shrimp, sliced mango, chopped onions and cilantro and sprinkle with more toasted cumin and mustard seeds and red pepper flakes.

Serve right away!


You can slice the flatbread, or fold it like a pizza.


I have two more varieties of Stonefire Flatbreads in the freezer and can't wait to try them. 

Disclosure: I was sent three varieties of Stonefire Flatbreads free of charge and under no obligation to blog about it. I was not reimbursed for this post. All opinions are my own.

9 comments:

DeliciousDish said...

One of these days, I really am going to show up at your door for dinner... and I'll be expecting this. :)

Olga @ MangoTomato said...

STOP TEASING ME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LaReesa Sandretsky said...

You are killing me with these recipes. I can't wait to try this gahhh yummyyyy

Dannii @Hungry Healthy Happy said...

So many recipes to try!!

chezsasha.com said...

Looks great - mango can be such a great addition to savory foods.

Belinda @zomppa said...

Gosh, lucky you!! What a great find - love shrimp and naan!

Simone said...

I love naan! Making it yourself is not actually difficult either but yes storebought is rather more convenient of course

Jon @ vodkitchen said...

I can't argue with mango and yogurt sauce... will be making this! Thanks, Olga.

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