Flame Baked Naans | The Spice Tailor
Flame Baked Naans

Use for scooping, dipping, as a delicious base for topped
hot flatbreads, sandwiches and so much more.

Indian food is one of my favourite cuisines. In the past, the only way I could really enjoy Indian food was when I was eating it at a good Indian restaurant. Whenever I tried to re-create any of the dishes, they never turned out quite the same - and the other pre-made sauces on the market never tasted any good either. Since trying The Spice Tailor packs, you have completely restored my faith in making delicious authentic tasting Indian dishes in the comfort of my own home. Every single flavour I have tried so far has been amazing, very easy to cook and just overall delicious! So I just wanted to thank you for creating such a wonderful product. I can't wait to try the new range
- Chrystal from Victoria
Delicious hand-stretched and flame-baked breads

Naans can be the perfect hero ingredient or superstar sidekick to your meal. Traditionally baked in a tandoor oven, these breads made their way to India from Central Asia. At the time, tandoor ovens would be in the centre of a village to be shared between the locals who would come there to bake their everyday breads. These breads were so delicious and popular, they were soon adopted by North Indian Mughlai restaurants and have been served there ever since.

Our naans are hand-stretched and flame-baked to give them their customary soft and fluffy texture - as well as giving the naan its pliability to help create the perfect scoop and chew with which to eat your curry. What we are, perhaps, the most proud of is that our naans are free of nasties - an endeavour that took 6 months to get right.

Meals from the range
We love getting creative with our naans too!

Our naans are so delicious that we don’t only eat them with our curries. We also use them as hot flatbreads on which to pile your favourite ingredients, as pizza bases, wraps, jaffles and - our favourite - the naanwich!

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