Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads Tandoori Baked Naan Review! I’m Giving Away A Prize Pack With 4 Packages!

Stonefire Grill Naan with Salmon

 Baked Salmon with a Dill Mustard Sauce on Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads Garlic Naan paired with Steam Veggies.

Thanks to Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads I was sent a package with an assortment of Tandoori Baked Naan to review here on Frugal and Fun Mom.

This Tandoori Naan is an authentic Indian bread baked at extreme high heat to produce big bubbles, airy texture, and a delicious smoky flavor.  It is hand stretched and made with all natural ingredients including traditional fresh buttermilk and ghee (clarified butter). Source Stonefire.com.

Stonefire Grill Naan Bread

 

Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads Tandoori Baked Naan come in 4 flavors Original, Garlic, Sweet Chili, and Whole Grain and retail for $2.99.

Naan can be used to create a Pizza, Panini, or a sandwich also known as a Naanwich. As an alternative, it can also be used as a substitute for rolls, or as a dipping item. It can be prepared in the microwave, toaster, grill, or oven. I ate my bread plain and I used it in sandwiches. 

 

Stonefire Grill Naan

 

I prepared baked salmon (as per the instructions from the seafood market) and created a sandwich with the Naan. I topped it with romaine lettuce and a dill mustard sauce (1 tsp mustard, 3 heaping tsp of mayo, and 1/8 tsp of dried dill), I used a package of the Sweet Chili and the Garlic varieties. Each package was cut into enough portions to serve 4 adults and 2 children. All I had to do for the bread was simply heat it in the oven for couple of minutes.

I invited my in-laws over for dinner, and since the Naan bread had such a great favor, everyone was impressed by the taste and my cooking ability.  I really liked the ease of preparation.

 

Naan Bread with Pulled Pork

Pulled pork on Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads Original Naan.

I also prepared Pulled Pork and served it on the Original Naan.  This worked as a great alternative to the hamburger buns I would normally use. Here is a link to my recipe Pulled Pork Recipe.

My kids already asked me to pick up some more Naan the next time I go to the store.

To learn more about Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads, recipes, and stores that carry this product, visit their website stonefire.com.  You can also check them out on Facebook at facebook.com/stonefireflatbreads and Twitter at @Stonefirenaan.

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And, thanks to Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads , I have been authorized to giveaway away a Stonefire Naan Prize Pack  with 4 Varieties ($11.96 Value) to (1) one lucky Frugal and Fun Mom Reader.

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Frugal and Fun Mom did not receive compensation for this post, but was provided Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads products for free to review. The opinions expressed in this post are that of my own.

Comments

  1. sonia b says:

    I’d let my Hubby decide since he’s a great cook!

  2. Elis B. says:

    Grilled Chicken,Pesto and Two Cheese Naan Pizza

  3. Judith Short says:

    hawaiian marinated grilled chicken with arugula on original naan

  4. latanya says:

    Chicken Naanwich with Pesto Mayo

  5. Sherrie C. says:

    I would pair them with grilled chicken and salmon. Thanks :)

    callawishes(at)hotmail(dot)com

  6. I’d make chicken tikka masala and serve it with it.

  7. lilly j says:

    I would pair them with some delicious chicken curry!

  8. I’d like to use them to make pizza
    Thanks!

  9. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I make mine with tomato and feta cheese with cilantro on original naan

  10. I would try them out plain first. Then I’d spread some roasted red pepper hummus on one. Love naan!

  11. I would make pizza with tomato sauce and mozarela

  12. jennifer says:

    a BLT

  13. steve weber says:

    hawaiian marinated grilled chicken with arugula on original naan

  14. I make a lentil dish with tomatoes and other vegetables that would be perfect with these!
    Thanks!
    h4schaffer at gmail dot com

  15. Robert Pyszk says:

    I would eat them with chili

  16. Ashley S says:

    Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Roti

  17. Laura C. says:

    Flatbread Pizzas! YUM!!

  18. Seyma Shabbir says:

    chicken red onion lettuce wrap

  19. chantal cooper says:

    These would go great for my hubby’s sandwiches for work. or for taco wraps!

  20. I would definitely go with a Greek pizza!

  21. with peperoni and swiss
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
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  22. I’d make a greek pizza with flatbread!

  23. Allison Downes says:

    I would use them to make pizzas

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

  24. Feta, low-fat turkey, and hummus

  25. Annmarie W. says:

    I’d love to make their BBQ Chicken Naan Pizza bites!

  26. Donna Shah says:

    I am married to an Indian and any time I can put something on the table that reminds him of his mother’s cooking, I am in 7th heaven

  27. Virginia Rowell says:

    I would use it to make the Sun Dried Tomato and Manchego Flatbread.

  28. Helen May says:

    I’d try ham and swiss cheese.

  29. I would eat them with falafel, hummus plus fresh salad and tomatoes from the garden

  30. I’d use as an accompaniment to a saucy Indian meal.

  31. Ttrockwood says:

    I would make a sweet pizza with cream cheese and fruit ontop!

  32. renee walters says:

    Grilled Vegetable, turkey and Cheese wraps!

  33. Megan Cromes says:

    pizza.

  34. I would make ham and turkey sandwiches out of them

  35. I would probably toast them in the oven and make a flatbread pizza or just eat them with Indian food because we do eat a lot of Indian food.

  36. Suzie Williams says:

    I would make pizzas on them. With spinach and feta and alfredo sauce! Yum!!

  37. Alisha Kostiuk says:

    I would use them to make spinach mushroom pizza.

  38. tough odds here with USA & Canadian entries, but I’ll give it a shot. I already love Naan bread – discovered it 2 years ago, and buy it at my neighborhood Publix store!

  39. Kathy Lane says:

    I would make chicken salad sandwiches with them.

  40. Diana caldwell says:

    thanks

  41. I love Stonefire flatbreads! I use them with almost everything. A favorite way to use one is as a pizza shell for pizza for two – it’s built-in portion control! A pizza built on a flatbread and a salad and your only regret is that there isn’t more (but at least you didn’t eat too much!)

  42. rhonda hagy miller says:

    sauted Shrimp in EVOO and garlic..yummy!

  43. All kinds of good things. My two favorite way to use them are pizzas and hummus.

  44. Definitely with some home made raita – I could eat the whole bag with this!

  45. Jennifer S. says:

    I would spread hummus and chopped sundried tomatoes on them

  46. RinnyBeth Sundsten says:

    I use Naan and make “fluffer nutters”… spread chunky peanut butter, marshmellow cream AND NUTELLA.. ooooooooooooh heaven… almost better then nookie…

  47. I would make pizza!

  48. Nancy Guyotte says:

    We use them as a bread side, or make pizza with spinach, mushroom, onion, pineapple, sauce, and cheese

  49. ericka coello says:

    Roasted Chicken and Pesto Pizza

  50. I would make pizza margherita first.

  51. Sarah Hall says:

    I think the Garlic flavor would make a good bed for some pizza sauce and cheese.

  52. Susan Christy says:

    I would use the Garlic for Pizza but the Sweet Chili would probably only make it from the bag to my mouth.

  53. Susan Bickta says:

    I’d make a grilled ham and swiss cheese naan-wich with sliced tomatoes, arugula and honey mustard dressing (on whole wheat naan)…..

  54. Tiffany W says:

    i would make the roasted chicken, or pizza

  55. David Haug says:

    With scrambled eggs, veggies and American cheese

  56. Desiree Dunbar says:

    I’d like to make the Potato and Mozzarella Naan Pizza listed on their website.

  57. Barbara S says:

    I would put hummus lettuce tomato & cucumber on it with some soyturkey

  58. I would have them with Indian food that my husband makes.

  59. Kimberly M. says:

    I would grill boneless, skinless chicken thighs in balsamic raspberry vinegarette, top it with melted mozzarello cheese, romaine lettuce, avocado, tomato, and honey mustard and eat it in the flatbread as a wrap.

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