{twd} oasis naan or we’re married

I wavered in my decision to make this week’s Tuesdays with Dorie selection–Oasis Naan. In the end I chose to bake a half a recipe. I love naan, the flat bread served in Indian restaurants, and have baked it before. Of course, I didn’t bake it in the traditional tandoor oven. It was still tasty and overall simple to bake. This recipe differed from others in that it is sprinkled with coarse salt, cumin seeds, and chopped scallion. We ate them with scrambled eggs for lunch.

No good pictures, though. The charger for Paul’s camera was left behind at his parent’s house after our wedding. Oh, yes. We’re married. :) It was a perfect day. Gorgeous weather and great guests. We departed quickly for our beach honeymoon, hence the forgotten charger. I’ll share a few wedding pictures instead. I’m sure you won’t mind.

The ceremony. Barefoot!:

Nani #17, our dog, took the proceedings very seriously:

We had a doughnut cake instead of cake:

With my “sisters”:

We’re married :) :

Back to the reason for this post…I took horrible pictures of the naan with my phone. So horrible, I’m embarrassed to share.  Please visit Maggie of Always Add More Butter and Phyl of Of Cabbages & King Cakes for the recipe and for great pictures. You can also find the recipe in Dorie Greenspan’s Baking with Julia on page 149.

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22 thoughts on “{twd} oasis naan or we’re married

  1. What a shame you couldn’t take pictures of the naan, still I’m really happy you shared the ones from your wedding, congratulations!! You guys look great, relaxed, just perfect!!! I think that if I ever get married I want to do it without shoes too!!! BEST IDEA EVERR!!!

  2. Congratulations! You are a radiant couple! I am sure that you will have plenty of more opportunities to take naan pictures, that is, after the charger is fetched :)

  3. Aww, congrats on the marriage!! It looks like you had a wonderful, low key wedding. Mine only had 28 people but somehow managed to be a circus anyway. Yours looked great and love the doughnut cake, that’s what my grandpa had when he got re-married in his 70s :) Very tasty, pretty, and easy!! Oh and your naan looks good. Great idea serving it with scrambled eggs. Love to see all the different ideas people have had for serving the naan. I made a whole batch of dough but froze half of it for later :)

  4. Yay! Congratulations! It looks like you had a lovely day, though I’m sure it would have been lovely no matter what the weather was like.

    I made the nann and didn’t post it, so I can verify that even invisible naan is tasty!

  5. What?! I think this wins for best TWD post ever, for the simple fact that YOU’RE MARRIED! Congratulations and giant sugar-dusted internet high-fives heading your way. You look beautiful and you both look so happy!

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