Easy mango chutney naan breads

Easy mango chutney naan breads

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(25 ratings)

Prep: 15 mins Cook: 8 mins


The perfect accompaniment to a veggie curry

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  • 450g strong bread flour, plus extra to roll out



    Flour is usually made from grinding wheat, maize, rye, barley or rice. As the main…

  • 7g sachet fast action yeast



    Yeast is a living, single-cell organism. As the yeast grows, it converts its food (in the form…

  • 350ml warm water
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
    olive oil

    Olive oil

    ol-iv oyl

    Probably the most widely-used oil in cooking, olive oil is pressed from fresh olives. It's…

  • 8 tsp mango chutney


  1. Mix the flour in a bowl with 2 tsp salt and the yeast. Make a well, add the water and oil then mix to a rough dough. Leave it to sit for 5 mins as it is. Flour the work surface and hands, then knead the dough for 1-2 mins until smooth and springy. Leave it to sit for 10 mins in a warm place, covered with oiled clingfilm. Don’t worry about waiting for it to double in size.

  2. Cut the dough in to 8 even pieces, roll each one out into a thin circle. Spoon 1 tsp mango chutney into the middle of the circle, then fold one side over to make a semi-circle shape. Press the edges together. Heat the grill to high. Dust a baking sheet with flour, then grill the breads for 1 ½-2 mins on each side until puffed and golden. You’ll need to do this in a few batches. Serve with the curry.

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TeamCream's picture
12th Dec, 2018
I made these using half plain flour, half wholemeal flour as I didn't have any bread flour. I added roughly one piece of garlic, crushed and about a handful of chopped coriander leaves to the dough as I was kneading it. I always have a selection of herbs chopped and frozen in my freezer. This made the dough slightly sticky but I added a scattering of flour that got rid of that. I didn't add any chutney. Rolled a few balls into a elongated pancake shape and put it under a hot grill. Absolutely delicious served with lentil, sweet potato curry and a tomato, cucumber raita. Also on this website. Any unused balls of dough have gone into bags and are in the freezer to be used at a later date.
31st Jan, 2018
Easy, fast and successful! All you need on a busy weeknight!
11th Oct, 2017
So easy. I made about half the recipe. With three kids I didn't have the concentration to measure accurately. I used half a block of yeast and instead of the flour they ask for I used fine wholewheat flour. Filled with a little spreading of butter. Didn't have baking paper so i fried them on a hot pan on the stove without fat. Made 8 small beautifully puffy naans. Enough for two adults, two schoolchildren and a baby. And enough for lunch boxes tomorrow!!
3rd Apr, 2016
Such a great recipe. I've tried several naan recipes and these came out the best by far. I added some natural yogurt and slightly less water. Also pressed in some black onion seeds when shaping. Guests thought they were from the local takeaway! So they must be good.
6th Oct, 2015
Fantastic recipe have made these twice to go with a selection of curries, got so many compliments
17th Jan, 2015
Forgot to rate this
17th Jan, 2015
I found this mix very sloppy even though I weighed and measured everything but was easily remedied with a little more flour and they came out amazing . Could it be because I did it in the food processor with a dough hook? Will definately make this again. Perfect but didn't bother with mango, just put a little garlic and butter in some and chilli in mine! W
8th Dec, 2013
lovely but will leave out the mango next time and do the butter garlic coriander combo as suggested above, made 8 massive naans, so will half the quantities as i cook for 2.
21st Feb, 2013
These were great, I melted some butter, added freshly crushed garlic and brushed it on top of the naan, then I sprinkled a bit of chopped coriander on top. I left out the chutney and it was so nice. Much nicer than shop bought.
15th Aug, 2012
These were delicious and I would definitely make them again! I really enjoy mango chutney so I filled the naans with a bit extra. Very easy, though watch the baking paper being so close to the grill!


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