The west coast has a lot to offer for those who visit and for those who call it home. I love visiting family in Vancouver because of everything it has to offer. From the coastal scenic views, unlimited adventures to the culture and fantastic food. The west coast is simply one of a kind.
Vancouver is home to some amazing food spots and the vibe from the west coast is unmatched. I love that there is an appreciation of culture, a focus on a healthy lifestyle and green living. Many of their restaurants emphasize the artisanal and clean way to eat. So every time I travel to Vancouver, I am inspired to come home and try new recipes that reflect that.
My last trip just a few weeks ago inspired me to bring some of that appreciation for clean eating back with me. So when I looked for a recipe that brought a new twist to my favourite food, I was lucky to find one that incorporated another favourite food of mine – yogurt.
I consider myself a Yogurt Aficionado – I LOVE yogurt. Yogurt is my go-to for breakfast or a daily snack. And I love using yogurt when I can to cook. It’s perfect for creating delicious sauces and to add flavour to a dish. I’m a fan of Olympic because their products are made locally in Delta B.C with 100% natural ingredients and fresh milk from cows who live close to their dairies. I especially love that Olympic products have no gelatins, preservatives and are gluten free. And they have recently just come out with a NEW LOOK.
For my recipe, I used Olympic Organic yogurt. It’s a fit for my clean eating inspiration.
-2 cups of white flour
-1/2 teaspoon sea salt
-1 teaspoon mashed garlic (3-4 cloves)
– fresh chopped cilantro
– ½ cup of Olympic Organic yogurt (add more as needed)
Combine all ingredients in a large bowl * You can add more yogurt as needed to make the dough less dry * Mix the dough until everything is combined and knead the dough until you have a round, smooth ball * Let sit for about 10 minutes * Break small pieces off the dough to create small round balls * Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough ball evenly until fairly thin * Heat a pan over medium heat * Lightly pan cook the garlic naan on one side then flip over to cook the other side *** You may also choose to add ghee to top side.
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Although this post has been generously sponsored by Olympic, the opinions and language are my own.