Peas and Thank You: Simple Meatless Meals the Whole Family Will Love

| June 14, 2012 | 26 Comments

Vegetarian recipes from favorite veggie mom and blogger Sarah Matheny. Complete with Sarah’s hilarious, every-parent’s-been-there anecdotes, candid family photos and kid-pleasing meals this is a cook-book the whole family will love. A fun and practical guide for readers, the book will appeal to vegetarian families or families who simply want to get their kids to eat more fruits and veggies. Discover more at!

View full recipe at INGREDIENTS: Recipe makes 6 Naans 2 cups all purpose flour 1 teaspoon active dry yeast 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar Pinch of baking soda 2 tablespoons oil 21/2 tablespoons yogurt 3/4cup look warm water 1 teaspoon clear butter or ghee 1/4 cup all purpose flour for rolling

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  1. Prettyredflames says:

    I wish I could get my little girl to eat her fruit and veggies.

  2. darwinsdachshund says:

    Hi Manjula! Is there a substitution you recommend for the yogurt that is not a dairy product? Thank you :)

  3. micah heasley says:

    What temperature do you bake at, and so you use broil to get the top looking like that?

  4. Edmonton196 says:

    Manjula, thank you very much for the good recipies. I do not buy bread from my store. I always do my bread for your recipes.

  5. skerjanecm says:

    Hello, I missed the oven temparature? Is it 500 celsius?? Thanks

  6. jaskamal2010 says:

    thanks mam …….ur best

  7. DCARA06 says:

    I made this last night. I have to say you make this look much easier than it was for me. My dough was very very sticky, I had to add quite a bit of flour after the 4 hour rise to be able to do anything with it. It was like a slime. Anyway, my naan is delicious but didn’t puff up quite as much as yours did. A very clean baking stone is important or you will have a smokey house! Thanks for the recipe!

  8. flyfishnsparky says:

    is it baking powder or baking soda there is a difference in what you said to what the recipe calls for..thank you for posting your recipe’s they are wonderful!

  9. angieclaxton says:

    Thank you! I’m making this now, So I can serve it for dinner!! Yummy!!!

  10. Tibetification says:

    Hello Manjula, Thank you so much for sharing the delicious recipes, I will try this week end with my Dad. My Mom used to make for us but did not catch how she made it. I am sure my family will really enjoy this week end. So kind of you.

  11. georgedesilva says:

    I thought naan was from Iran or persia? Is this a different naan?

  12. pendell2 says:

    Too puffy like pita. Naan should be flat. I like the stone though for cooking.

  13. hutamk says:

    Thank you Manjula for your great recipes!!

  14. lenagrover says:

    your videos are all i watch! love them!

  15. Manjulaskitchen says:

    American all purpose white flour

  16. kiddaplu says:

    Thank you : )

  17. DizzzyKipper says:

    Manjulas.I have question.When you say all purpose flour do you mean all purpose wheat or american all purpose white flour.I love your tutorials. I have learned so much about spices and how and when to add them in a recipe.You are my favourite online cook.
    Thank you so much:)

  18. nungiii says:

    “these naan, they look great…..” 😀 love you manjula <3

  19. Manjulaskitchen says:

    plain yogurt

  20. hildaorjuly says:

    Yummy!!! thanks awesome taste, I use sourcream (was I has at home). But what type of Yogurt I have to use.

  21. FATMIME says:

    Ate naan everyday in Bangalore! Yum!

  22. mayailiana53 says:

    Oh thank you sooo much!! Do you have any idea how expensive these breads are here in New York City (in restaurants)..its CRAZY. Now I know how to make my own!! I learned how to make Ghee too!!

  23. Manjulaskitchen says:

    It will work make sure you turn the naan one time

  24. jaqsro says:

    is it ok to bake the breads in regular baking sheets? i dont have this stone

  25. balgran says:

    Thank you for the great instructions. They are delicious!

  26. FeliciaMirage says:

    I didn’t know that authentic naan bread puffed up like that! Usually in the restaurants they are just flat with a few bubbles!

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