Wondering what to pair your favourite Chef Bombay curry with? Here’s a side of all the naans and breads that you can pair with Chef Bombay’s delicious frozen Indian curries.
Indian culinary tradition hosts a diverse array of naans and breads that accompany almost every meal. These breads are more than just a side dish; they are an integral part of the Indian dining experience, enhancing the flavours of curries, gravies, and other mouth-watering dishes.
Here’s your guide to the tastiest, more delicious Indian naans and breads that you can make easily at home or find at your local grocery stores, and Chef Bombay distributors. Find your nearest store carrying your favourite Chef Bombay frozen Indian food and a delectable Indian naan or bread here.
Starting strong with Naan! It is perhaps the most iconic Indian bread known around the world. Soft, slightly chewy, and often brushed with ghee (clarified butter), naan is a versatile accompaniment to many dishes. From creamy Butter Chicken to the delectable Palak Paneer, naan's subtle flavour and delicate texture enhance every bite. We recommend trying Chef Bombay's Chicken Tikka Masala with freshly baked naan for an unforgettable pairing.
Here's a recipe to make naan at home.
A household staple, Roti (also called Chapati or Phulka) is a whole wheat flatbread that perfectly complements robust curries and vegetable dishes. It is extremely versatile and can be paired with almost any dish. Its slightly rustic texture and earthy flavour provide a hearty balance to spicy and flavourful gravies. Pair a warm, soft roti with Chef Bombay's Chana Masala for an authentic taste of India.
If you're feeling adventurous, attempt making your rotis with this easy-to-follow recipe. PS: It only needs two ingredients.
Elevating the naan experience, garlic naan features the addition of minced garlic and herbs, infusing the bread with a delightful aroma and a hint of pungent richness. We recommend trying a soft garlic naan with Chef Bombay’s Beef Vindaloo to create an exquisite medley of flavours.
Try making your own garlic naan with this easy recipe.
An absolute favourite with unmatched flavours is Parantha. It is a buttery, flaky flatbread that boasts layers of richness and a satisfying crunch. Stuffed with various fillings like spiced potatoes, paneer, or spinach, parantha offers a harmonious balance of textures and flavours. Experience the magic by pairing Chef Bombay's Chicken Biryani with a delectable aloo (potato) parantha.
Ready to roll up your sleeves? Here's a parantha recipe to try.
Indulge your senses with Peshwari naan, a sweet and nutty variation filled with a mixture of dried fruits, nuts, and sometimes coconut. This unique naan pairs exceptionally well with Chef Bombay's Butter Chicken, creating a symphony of savoury and sweet notes.
For those intrigued by Peshwari naan, here's a recipe to recreate this delightful treat at home.
Indian naans and breads offer an unparalleled range of textures and flavours. Embrace the opportunity to experiment with these recipes by pairing them with different Chef Bombay dishes, and tell us your verdict!
Your journey of flavours awaits!