Honey-Walnut Naan

The Honey-Walnut Naan recipe evolved from breads of ancient Greek, Roman and Middle-Eastern cultures. A delicious version with Naan, a bread common in the Indian cuisine and walnuts and honey grown and produced in America is available for us today and simple to make. Enjoy the nutty, sweet flavor accented by the toasted Naan.
Prep Time : 10 minutes
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Cook Time : 10 minutes
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Servings : 4

Natural & Sweet, an Elegant Valentine Treat

Honey Walnut Naan

Buzz Savories is featuring Honey-Walnut Naan for YOU on Valentine’ Day. This 10-minute treat adds flavor and goodness to every day.

Valentine’s 2021, and my  celebration will include only a few friends and entertaining  at home in a socially distant style.

 

Yes,  I will miss the camaraderie and noise of a busy restaurant. The evening won’t be a total loss though because I make and serve a Honey-Walnut Naan for a Charcuterie Board.  A glass of my favorite wine,  conversation among friends,  a warm Honey-Walnut Naan appetizer with a soft cheese, and I will  feel pleasure in the moment.

 

I’m interested in the versatility of this recipe.  I like a slice for breakfast accompanied by fresh fruit in season – currently grapefruit and oranges, juiced or sliced.   Then serve with hot tea or coffee to relax in mid-afternoon.   Combine with a soft cheese, a spicy sausage and Greek olives for the hors d’oeuvre table and the final note to a fine dinner – a fruit,  and Honey-Walnut Naan Cheese Board.

 

The delicate flavors in Buzz Savories, 100% Honey made by bees sipping the nectars of wild flowers in the Platte River Valley near Elm Creek, Nebraska will claim a place in your memory of  favorites.

 

When Honey-Walnut Naan is served at your table or Charcuterie Board or at the breakfast bar, family and guests will remember the day as sweet and delicious.

 

Serve it fresh and warm.  Prep. time 10-15 minutes.  Clean-up 0 minutes because every slice will disappear.

drizzle honey

Purchase your 100% natural honey tasting of wild flowers growing in the Platte River Valley near Elm Creek, Nebraska.

The Buzz

photo by Don Brockmeier
photo by Don Brockmeier

What is the difference between jars of honey sold in a supermarket  and honeys that have the name of a beekeeper on them?

 

“When we talk about commercial honey, we don’t always know what’s in there.  We don’t always know the process that the honey has gone through from the beehive to the bottle.  We’re finding out that some of this honey might not be 100 % pure liquid gold.  There have been incidents of blending and filtering.  They found different kinds of sugars added – high fructose corn syrup.”

 

“The demand for honey is more than U.S.A. beekeepers can provide so that some large scale producers import honey and do things to extend the product to meet the demand.”

 

What is on the label that we need to know about?

 

“You really want to look for the name of the beekeeper or you want to know the apiary or the region from which it was harvested.”

 

Marina Marchese, co-author of The Honey Connoisseur speaking to Lynn Rosetta Casper on The Splendid Table  http://www.splendidtable.org

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Honey-Walnut Naan

The Honey-Walnut Naan recipe evolved from breads of ancient Greek, Roman and Middle-Eastern cultures. A delicious version with Naan, a bread common in the Indian cuisine and walnuts and honey grown and produced in America is available for us today and simple to make. Enjoy the nutty, sweet flavor accented by the toasted Naan.
Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Servings 4

Equipment

  • flat grill or heavy bottomed skillet for toasting the Naan Bread

What You'll Need:

  • 1 package Fresh Naan Bread
  • 2 Tbs. Buzz Savories Honey
  • ¼ cup Walnuts smashed or pulverized into small chunks, not powder

How To Prepare:

  • Heat a nonstick griddle over medium heat and lightly oil it with a vegetable or canola oil.
  • Toast the walnuts pieces on the griddle for several minutes, stirring until they smell like toasted walnuts. Remove the nuts from the griddle and place into a small bowl.
  • Place the Naan on the griddle and toast until golden brown on both sides and hot to the touch.
  • Remove Naan to a serving plate. Drizzle honey across the Naan and sprinkle with the toasted walnuts.
  • Slice with a pizza cuter or sharp knife and serve. Serve warm. You may make the Honey Walnut Naan prior to arrival of guests and keep warm in a 200 degree oven until serving time.
  • Combine the Honey and Walnut Naan with sliced of salty summer sausage, dried fruit, a soft blue cheese, cheddar cheese, black olives, pomegranate seeds, sliced orange or kiwi fruit.

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