Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads – Review (And a Giveaway)

About Stonefire (from the website)

It’s all about authenticity, it’s about being worldly, and it’s about family.
“Don’t fight tradition” is a familiar saying at the Ajmera family table. And this is always referred to in regards to flatbreads, the world’s oldest breads. For the family, the start of the journey in creating Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads was all about being true to the history, heritage and homage of these worldly breads.
The Ajmera’s are very aware that the tradition of making flatbreads has been in existence for over 6,000 years. With participation from almost every corner of the world (from India comes Naan and Roti, from the Mediterranean comes Pita) the intrigue in bringing all the different shapes and textures of flatbreads to North America began.

The Stonefire adventure was rooted with two unbreakable rules. Rule #1 – The flatbreads had to be utterly authentic. Only traditional baking methods and the finest ingredients would be used. Why break with tradition? Rule #2 – The flatbreads would be “preservative free” just as they were years ago.

My Review: 

As a working mom, I am always on the go and finding new and delicious things for my family to eat is a great thing, and my family just loves Stonefire Naan.

My family was very lucky to be able to try each favor of naan, plain, wheat, and garlic naan. I you are not sure what naan is, Naan is soft, flatbread of India, baked in a tandoor oven. It is hand-stretched and made of natural ingredients, free of preservatives, additives, artificial colors, trans fat and hydrogenated oils. Naan can be used for so many things.  You can use it for pizza, dips, sandwiches and so much more!

My family is a big fan of naan, first trying it at Sanaa in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.  The waitress told us that we simply must try it, and we figured why not? So we ordered the naan as appetizer and we were instantly naan fans. So when I told my family they would be able to review Stonefire Naan they were excited.  When the naan arrived, my daughter could not wait to try some. So I made her a peanut butter and jelly sandwich on the wheat naan, (it is not as weird as it sounds, it looked good) and she loved it! I also cut some up and used it with a dip, yum!

For lunch I made a naan quesadilla for my daughter, again she was a fan. It is nice to be able to break up her lunch options. I am sure it gets boring eating plain sandwiches every day.  The Stonefire naan and so many fillers sure makes for a better lunch.

I served the garlic naan as a “garlic bread” as a side to a spaghetti dinner I served my husband. The smell that came out of the bag was mouthwatering! My husband said he could just eat the naan alone, it was so flavorful that it did not need topping.

 Naan with a dip. Just delicious!

With the last original naan I made an appetizer.  I used a cheese spread on the original naan and baked it for a few minutes in the oven. Naan is best when served warm. The cheese naan appetizer was a big hit with my husband, he raved about it and said that I should make it again in the near future.

I was able to try the naan as well. I am currently on nutrisystem and a lunch option is a tuna sandwich on whole gran. So instead of bread I used the whole grain naan. It was delicious!

It is great that the Stonefire products are preservative free, and can be frozen so they are great for my family!

The generous folks at Stonefire are  giving you the chance to win an assortment of Stonefire Flatbread Naan: 1 Original Naan, 1 Whole Grain, and 1 Garlic. If you would like a chance to win this prize pack please visit Stonefire recipes and let me know your favorite recipe! Please enter below.

And make sure you check out Stonefire's cooking for real contest on facebook.

Buy it:

You can purchase Stonefire Flatbread Naan in the bakery section at stores nationwide. 
Win it:

One winner will win  Stonefire Flatbread Naan: 1 Original Naan, 1 Whole Grain, and 1 Garlic.

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received naan to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


latanya t said...

Chicken Naanwich with Pesto Mayo

Melissa said...

I love the Grilled Chicken, Pesto, and Two Cheese Naan Pizza! We love naan :) Thanks!

Donna D said...

My favorite recipe is the Chicken Naanwich with Pesto Mayo, The Beef and Bean Roti Burritos look very tasty too! Im sure I'd love them both!

Amber said...

The Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Roti is my favorite recipe!
Thank you for the giveaway :)

Michelle said...

I like the recipe for the Chicken Naanwich with Pesto Mayo


bored2quickly said...

I like the grilled vegetable and goat cheese roti! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
Renee Walters

llinda29 said...

I want to make Chicken Naanwich with Pesto Mayo

SaraLee said...

2 chesse naan pizza

elangomatt said...

The Gorgonzola, Onion and Rosemary Naan Pizza looks really good! elangomatt at gmail dot com

Caryn said...

The chicken naanwich with pesto mayo

caryn9802 at yahoo dot com

babytrees said...

the Chicken Naanwich with Pesto Mayo

theresa _ heppner at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I love the pesto mayo...MMMMMMM!


Terra said...

Tandoori Grilled Vegetable and Pesto Naan Pizza

Hotsnotty2 said...

The Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Roti


brittany said...

The chicken ceasar pitas look delicious!

Anonymous said...

Would love to try the Masala-spiced Tomato Salsa with Stonefire Flatbreads!! grammypenny@frontier.com

Mary Gardner said...

Beef and Bean Roti Burritos

marygardner49 at aol dot com

dvice12 said...

My favorite is Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Roti

cman said...

Chicken Caesar Pita.

Anonymous said...

I like the Grilled Vegetable and Goat Cheese Roti recipe!


Lisa said...

I love nann!

wallindeb said...

Breakfast Naan Pizza

ezmerelda said...

I would love to try HELL’S KITCHEN Caramalized Onion, Grilled Chicken and Provolone Naan Panini.

ezmerelda at mail dot com

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