Naan-chos: Indian Style Nachos


As promised on Sunday when I shared my easy, crock pot Tikka Masala recipe, today I will be sharing a fun way to eat it.

First off, one of my favorite things to get from Indian restaurants is naan. It’s this simple, yet amazing, flat bread that is a staple in the Indian culture. I’ve made it myself a time or two, and of course, always order it when we go out to eat. But when I discovered Stonefire sold premade Naan, I was SO excited. Ever since that discovery, you better believe we buy it on a regular basis.

The other day, I thought it would be fun to fry up the naan, and using my Tikka Masala chicken, make Naan Nachos (obviously, shortened to Naan-chos.) It seemed like a simple enough dish, that would yield tasty results.


And I was right! The “hardest” part was cutting up the naan into nacho-like pieces and frying them, but that was more tedious than anything. They turned out to be super yummy — my mom even liked them, and she does not like when I usually bring home some of this naan.


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The toppings were simple — basmati rice and peas — two typical Indian foods,  the Tikka Masala chicken, and some Mexican Creama (though you could use Greek Yogurt, sour cream, etc.) It was really tasty, a different twist on traditional nachos, and super easy to make! Definitely not your typical Indian food, but it combines all the essentials of a good Indian dish into something kind of new!

Naan-chos: Indian Style Nachos
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  • Package of Stonefire Naan (or homemade naan)
  • Tikka Masala
  • Peas
  • Basmati Rice
  • Creama, Sour Cream, or Greek Yogurt
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  1. Make Tikka Masala in crock pot, using this recipe (or your favorite):
  3. About 20 minutes before the Tikka Masala is done, cut naan into chip-like pieces and lay out on a pan. Fry each piece for about 5-7 seconds, or until it starts to brown. Drain excess grease from Naan pieces, lay out on the pan again, and sprinkle lightly with salt.
  4. Cook Basmati Rice and peas.
  5. Assemble naan-chos as desired -- example: Naan chips, rice, Tikka Masala, Peas, Creama.


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