Today we are reviewing
The yummiest way to make a quick pizza…err I mean Sainsbury’s Freefrom Garlic and Coriander Naan Bread.
I love curries and I love everything that goes with them, the side dishes, the chutneys, and the poppadoms. But since discovering my problems with dairy I’ve been heart broken to discover most naans are made with yogurt or ghee.
Since Hubbypants has forbidden me from making anymore crockpot curries this week this morning me and The Toddler made naan pizzas to test these naans.
Opening the packaging (which is flippin’ hard to break into) you are met with an absolutely gorgeous smell of garlic and coriander, mmm.
To the touch they are firm and slightly floury with the ‘bubbles’ you often see with naans. It’s good to see a liberal amount of herbs in the bread.
At this point we smothered both naans with cheap tomato puree (can’t taste a difference IMHO) I like a good amount of tomato and the moisture helps the cheese (sort of) melt. The firmness of the Naan ensured no sogginess.
We then grated some Cheezly dairy free cheese and added our topping, today we chose cherry tomato and pineapple with a little bit of basil and olive oil sprinkled over the top.
The cooked naans were firm without being tough and a little crispy around the edge to give an authentic crust.
Both me and the Toddler enjoyed our pizza slices and we give these naans a yummy 5/5.
Pros: freefrom most things, yummy
Cons: unfortunately not vegan (egg).