I have been watching Anjum Anand’s cooking show Indian Food Made Easy for a long time. Her recipes always look so delicious and simple, and she really makes Indian food seem very easy to prepare. This morning I decided to give her naan bread recipe a shot, since we had some lentils in the fridge, along with THE BEST homemade Indian lemon pickle ever in the history of the world (courtesy of a dear friend…or, should I say, the Masi of a dear friend). I doubled the recipe, and followed her instructions diligently. I have to say, it really was very easy to make. I cooked them on a heated baking sheet under the broiler for about two minutes. And while they are not the very best naan I have ever eaten, they are certainly very passable, considering the lack of a Tandoor oven. They are tender, crisp, slightly chewy, and make the perfect compliment to your own little Indian feast. I flavored them with sesame and poppy seeds, and finished them off with a brush of melted butter and a sprinkling of coarse sea salt and fresh chopped cilantro. It is at times like these that I remember that I really love trying new recipes, and creating new experiences in the kitchen. Taking something that I would never have thought I could make myself at home, and doing it anyway. I mean, what’s the worst that can happen? Life is a delicious adventure. Or at least it is today. Happy eating!