Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Stonefire™ Makes Naan With Delicious Authenticity

The key to creating authentically light, naturally smoky-tasting naan i¬s heat. Stonefire™ Bakery, makers of the number one naan in North America, is armed with the largest commercial tandoor oven in the world capable of the searing heat required for true Indian flatbread.

The Ajmera family, founders of Stonefire™ Authentic Flatbreads and baking veterans with over 40 years of experience, invented a new technology that perfectly mirrors the intense heat of this ancient oven and use a cooking method that dates back centuries. The naan is ready within seconds of being placed in the tandoor.

Available in original, whole grain and fire roasted garlic. Stonefire’s™ naan is hand stretched and prepared in small batches with Ghee (clarified butter) and fresh buttermilk, following a traditional recipe. Like all Stonefire flatbreads, the naan is made with natural ingredients and is free of preservatives, additives, artificial colors, trans fat and hydrogenated oils.

“Authentic naan is a profound culinary experience,” says the Ajmera family. “We hope to popularize this worldly cuisine staple that has been enjoyed throughout South Asia for well over 1,000 years.”

Naan is an extremely versatile flatbread, great for dipping, making Panini and pizza, or served on its own. Stonefire Naan is available at select grocery stores nationwide for an SRP of $2.99, along with foodservice customers across the country. For more information, please visit www.stonefire.com or contact Crier Communications.

About Stonefire™ Authentic Flatbreads
Stonefire™ Authentic Flatbreads is a family-owned bakery with over 40 years of experience and a simple mission: To make one of a kind, authentic flatbreads. Founded by the Ajmera family, Stonefire™ Authentic Flatbreads bake authentic naan, roti and pita using traditional baking methods and the finest natural ingredients. Based in Ontario Canada, Stonefire Flatbreads is a division of FGF Brands. Visit Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads on Facebook.

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