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Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Glutenfree Vegan Spinach Mushroom Naan served in a wooden plate sprinkled with chopped green onions

Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Try my easy recipe for Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-Free Naan made with Almond Flour for your next Indian Dinner! You can either stuff the vegan naan bread or mix the mushroom filling right into the batter! Gluten-free grain-free soyfree, No added yeast.

a wooden plate with 4 spinach mushroom naan breads


Naan is my love language! A fluffy delicious somewhat chewy bread/ flatbread that’s a great carrier of curries and side to soups and stews, flexible and versatile. I have so many recipes for naan on my blog already. These mushroom-stuffed naan flatbreads are the season’s favorite! I have regular naan, Glutenfree almond flour naan, Glutenfree chickpea flour naan, whole wheat naan!, potato cheese stuffed naan!

These mushroom spinach almond flour naans are the perfect accompaniment to curries and dals. If you want, you can put a Mediterranean spin on these and change up the flavor to Italian herbs instead of garam masala and they will be a delicious stuffed bread side to serve with all kinds of fall and winter soups or pasta!

vegan spinach and mushroom stuffed naan bread on a wooden plate sprinkled with sliced green onions

You can make Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Naan in 2 ways:

Either spread the batter onto a non-stick skillet and then top it with the filling, then drizzle some more batter on top and you have a thick, stuffed naan with the filling in the middle. Or, mix the filling into the batter and spread that batter, and cook.

Both ways are delicious, it’s really up to personal preference.

Glutenfree Vegan Spinach Mushroom Naan served in a wooden plate sprinkled with chopped green onions

serve the naan with these Indian curries:

 

 

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Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Try my easy recipe for Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-Free Naan made with Almond Flour for your next Indian Dinner! You can either stuff the vegan naan or mix the mushroom filling right into the batter! Gluten-free vegan grain-free soyfree, No added yeast.

Prep Time15 mins

Cook Time30 mins

Total Time45 mins

Course: Side

Cuisine: Indian

Keyword: glutenfree naan, vegan stuffed naan recipe

Servings: 6

Calories: 231kcal

Author: Vegan Richa

Ingredients

For the almond flour naan batter:

  • 1 cup (112 g) blanched almond flour
  • 1/2 cup (60 g) tapioca starch
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons non-dairy yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1/2 cup (120 ml) + 1-2 tablespoons non-dairy milk

For the filling:

  • 1 teaspoon oil
  • 1/4 cup (25 g) chopped green onion or regular onion
  • 8 ounces (230 g) mushrooms thinly sliced, I use cremini or white
  • 6-8 ounces (170 g) frozen spinach thawed
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon garam masala
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/2 cup (60 g) shredded vegan cheese optional, I use vegan mozzarella

Instructions

  • Make the naan batter; Add the almond flour, tapioca starch, baking powder, and salt in a bowl and mix really well. Press and mix to break down the almond flour lumps. Then add the non-dairy yogurt, oil, and 1/2 cup of non-dairy milk and mix really well. Press and mix again until no lumps are left and the mixture is really smooth. Then add in more non-dairy milk, 1 tablespoon at a time until the batter has a pancake batter consistency but thinner. You don’t want it to be too thick but also not overly thin and runny. You should be able to spread easily on the pan.
  • Make the filling; Heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add the oil. Then add mushrooms, green onion, and a good pinch of salt. Cook until the mushrooms are golden on some sides.

  • Add the spinach, garlic powder, dried oregano, garam masala, and black pepper and continue to cook until most of the moisture from the spinach has evaporated and the mushrooms are cooked to your preference. Set the filling aside to cool.

  • Naan in 2 ways: .To make the stuffed naan, preheat the skillet over medium-high heat until the skillet is hot, and add a few drops of oil.

  • Spread 3 or more tablespoons of batter onto the hot skillet then top it with the mushroom filling and add some vegan cheese if you’d like. Spread the filling around evenly then drizzle some batter on top of the filling. Then cover the pan with the lid. Cook for 1 to 1.5 minutes. Time depends on your stove and pan. Keep checking on it; if it turns brown too quickly then flip it. Otherwise, let it cook until is golden brown on the bottom. Flip the naan, cover the pan again and continue to cook until golden brown on that side as well. Then remove the naan from the skillet. Repeat for the rest.
  • To make the filling mixed in batter naan; mix the mushroom filling into the batter and add vegan cheese if you like. Then spread that batter onto the heated skillet with a spatula or a spoon. Cover with the lid and cook until golden brown. Flip it, cover it with the lid and cook on the other side as well until golden, another minute or so. Remove from the skillet and repeat with the remaining batter.
  • Store the naans covered until ready to serve.  Optionally brush some melted vegan butter or oil on them. Serve with favorites curries. Use Italian herbs instead of garam masala in the filling and use with soups and stews.

Notes

  • Change the seasoning, use other blends instead of garam masala or skip garam masala and add more Italian herbs and maybe some chopped sundried tomatoes instead.  
  • You can reheat these in the oven, the microwave, or the skillet and serve them.
  • Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and reheat them as mentioned.
  • Freeze for upto a month.  All gluten-free flours tend to dry out a lot more than the other non-gluten-free flours. If you freeze them you can reheat them in a hot skillet with the lid on.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts

Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Amount Per Serving

Calories 231
Calories from Fat 135

% Daily Value*

Fat 15g23%

Saturated Fat 2g13%

Sodium 320mg14%

Potassium 336mg10%

Carbohydrates 20g7%

Fiber 4g17%

Sugar 3g3%

Protein 7g14%

Vitamin A 3402IU68%

Vitamin C 4mg5%

Calcium 150mg15%

Iron 2mg11%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

glutenfree vegan naan stuffed with spinach and mushrooms

Ingredients:

  •  a mix of almond flour and tapioca starch makes for naan bread that is both crispy on the outside and soft on the inside
  • baking powder helps the dough rise
  • salt –  always important when making flatbread
  • non-dairy yogurt reacts with the baking powder to make these fluffy and non-dairy milk adds moisture
  • for the filling, we sautee sliced mushrooms in a bit of oil with spinach, garlic powder, dried oregano, garam masala, and black pepper
  • vegan cheese – optional but totally recommended addition because cheese + mushrooms = love

Tips:

  • you can play around with the seasoning, use other blends instead of garam masala or skip garam masala and add more Italian herbs and maybe some chopped sundried tomatoes instead.
  • You can reheat these in the oven, the microwave, or the skillet and serve them.
  • Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and reheat them as mentioned.
  • I haven’t tried freezing these but they might freeze just fine. All gluten-free flours tend to dry out a lot more than the other non-gluten-free flours. If you freeze them you can reheat them in a hot skillet with the lid on.

 

ingredients for vegan almond flour naan bread on a wooden surface

ingredients for vegan mushroom and spinach stuffed naan

How to make Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-free Naan:

Make the naan batter

Add the almond flour, tapioca starch, baking powder, and salt in a bowl and mix really well. Press and mix to break down the almond flour lumps.

dry ingredients for vegan naan bread in a white bowl

Then add the non-dairy yogurt, oil, and 1/2  cup of non-dairy milk and mix really well. Press and mix again until no lumps are left and the mixture is really smooth.

wet ingredients being added to dry ingredients in a white bowl

Then add in more non-dairy milk, one tablespoon at a time until the batter has a pancake batter consistency. You don’t want it to be too thick but also not overly thin and runny.

glutenfree vegan naan batter in a white bowl

It should be able to spread on the pan.

glutenfree almond flour naan batter being spread into a pan

Make the filling:

heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add the oil. Then add the mushrooms, green onion, and a good pinch of salt. Cook until the mushrooms are golden on some sides.

sliced green onions in a sauteeing pan

mushrooms and green onions in a sauteeing pan

mushrooms and green onions in a sauteeing pan

mushroom and spinach in a sauteeing pan

Add the spinach and the seasoning and cook for a few minutes until somewhat dry.

Fry the Naan – 2 Ways

As mentioned, you can make Stuffed Naan in 2 ways:

  • Spread the batter onto a non-stick skillet, top it with the filling, drizzle some more batter on top and you have a thick stuffed naan with the filling in the middle.
  • Mix the filling into the batter and spread that batter and cook.

Method 1 – Stuffed Naan

To make the stuffed naan, preheat the skillet over medium-high heat until the skillet is hot, and add a few drops of oil.
Spread about 3 tablespoons of batter onto the hot skillet then top it with the mushroom filling and add some vegan cheese if you’d like.

almond flour naan batter in a pan topped with mushrooms and spinach

 

almond flour naan baking in a pan topped with mushrooms and spinach and cheese

Spread the filling around evenly then drizzle some batter on top of the filling and cover the pan with the lid.

spinach mushroom stuffed vegan naan baking in a pan

Cook for 1 to 1.5 minutes depending on your stove and pan. Keep checking on it; if it turns brown too quickly then flip it. Otherwise, let it cook until is golden brown on the bottom.

vegan stuffed almond flour naan baking in a pan

Flip the naan, cover the pan and continue to cook until golden brown on that side as well. Then remove the naan from the skillet.

Method 2 – Mix filling into the batter

Mix the cooled down filling into the batter and add vegan cheese if you like.

spinach mushroom mix being added to vegan naan batter

vegan naan batter with spinach and mushroom

Then spread that batter onto the heated skillet with a spatula or a spoon, cover with the lid and cook until golden brown.

vegan spinach mushroom naan baking in a pan

Flip it, cover it with the lid and cook on the other side as well until golden for another minute or so. Remove from the skillet and repeat with any remaining batter and filling.

vegan spinach mushroom naan in a pan

Storage

  • Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and reheat them as mentioned.
  • I haven’t tried freezing these but they might freeze just fine. All gluten-free flours tend to dry out a lot more than the other non-gluten-free flours. If you freeze them you can reheat them in a hot skillet with the lid on.

vegan glutenfree spinach and mushroom stuffed naan bread sprinkled with sliced green onions


Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

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Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Glutenfree Vegan Spinach Mushroom Naan served in a wooden plate sprinkled with chopped green onions

Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Try my easy recipe for Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-Free Naan made with Almond Flour for your next Indian Dinner! You can either stuff the vegan naan bread or mix the mushroom filling right into the batter! Gluten-free grain-free soyfree, No added yeast.

a wooden plate with 4 spinach mushroom naan breads


Naan is my love language! A fluffy delicious somewhat chewy bread/ flatbread that’s a great carrier of curries and side to soups and stews, flexible and versatile. I have so many recipes for naan on my blog already. These mushroom-stuffed naan flatbreads are the season’s favorite! I have regular naan, Glutenfree almond flour naan, Glutenfree chickpea flour naan, whole wheat naan!, potato cheese stuffed naan!

These mushroom spinach almond flour naans are the perfect accompaniment to curries and dals. If you want, you can put a Mediterranean spin on these and change up the flavor to Italian herbs instead of garam masala and they will be a delicious stuffed bread side to serve with all kinds of fall and winter soups or pasta!

vegan spinach and mushroom stuffed naan bread on a wooden plate sprinkled with sliced green onions

You can make Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Naan in 2 ways:

Either spread the batter onto a non-stick skillet and then top it with the filling, then drizzle some more batter on top and you have a thick, stuffed naan with the filling in the middle. Or, mix the filling into the batter and spread that batter, and cook.

Both ways are delicious, it’s really up to personal preference.

Glutenfree Vegan Spinach Mushroom Naan served in a wooden plate sprinkled with chopped green onions

serve the naan with these Indian curries:

 

 

Print Recipe

Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Try my easy recipe for Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-Free Naan made with Almond Flour for your next Indian Dinner! You can either stuff the vegan naan or mix the mushroom filling right into the batter! Gluten-free vegan grain-free soyfree, No added yeast.

Prep Time15 mins

Cook Time30 mins

Total Time45 mins

Course: Side

Cuisine: Indian

Keyword: glutenfree naan, vegan stuffed naan recipe

Servings: 6

Calories: 231kcal

Author: Vegan Richa

Ingredients

For the almond flour naan batter:

  • 1 cup (112 g) blanched almond flour
  • 1/2 cup (60 g) tapioca starch
  • 1 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons non-dairy yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • 1/2 cup (120 ml) + 1-2 tablespoons non-dairy milk

For the filling:

  • 1 teaspoon oil
  • 1/4 cup (25 g) chopped green onion or regular onion
  • 8 ounces (230 g) mushrooms thinly sliced, I use cremini or white
  • 6-8 ounces (170 g) frozen spinach thawed
  • 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon garam masala
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 1/2 cup (60 g) shredded vegan cheese optional, I use vegan mozzarella

Instructions

  • Make the naan batter; Add the almond flour, tapioca starch, baking powder, and salt in a bowl and mix really well. Press and mix to break down the almond flour lumps. Then add the non-dairy yogurt, oil, and 1/2 cup of non-dairy milk and mix really well. Press and mix again until no lumps are left and the mixture is really smooth. Then add in more non-dairy milk, 1 tablespoon at a time until the batter has a pancake batter consistency but thinner. You don’t want it to be too thick but also not overly thin and runny. You should be able to spread easily on the pan.
  • Make the filling; Heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add the oil. Then add mushrooms, green onion, and a good pinch of salt. Cook until the mushrooms are golden on some sides.

  • Add the spinach, garlic powder, dried oregano, garam masala, and black pepper and continue to cook until most of the moisture from the spinach has evaporated and the mushrooms are cooked to your preference. Set the filling aside to cool.

  • Naan in 2 ways: .To make the stuffed naan, preheat the skillet over medium-high heat until the skillet is hot, and add a few drops of oil.

  • Spread 3 or more tablespoons of batter onto the hot skillet then top it with the mushroom filling and add some vegan cheese if you’d like. Spread the filling around evenly then drizzle some batter on top of the filling. Then cover the pan with the lid. Cook for 1 to 1.5 minutes. Time depends on your stove and pan. Keep checking on it; if it turns brown too quickly then flip it. Otherwise, let it cook until is golden brown on the bottom. Flip the naan, cover the pan again and continue to cook until golden brown on that side as well. Then remove the naan from the skillet. Repeat for the rest.
  • To make the filling mixed in batter naan; mix the mushroom filling into the batter and add vegan cheese if you like. Then spread that batter onto the heated skillet with a spatula or a spoon. Cover with the lid and cook until golden brown. Flip it, cover it with the lid and cook on the other side as well until golden, another minute or so. Remove from the skillet and repeat with the remaining batter.
  • Store the naans covered until ready to serve.  Optionally brush some melted vegan butter or oil on them. Serve with favorites curries. Use Italian herbs instead of garam masala in the filling and use with soups and stews.

Notes

  • Change the seasoning, use other blends instead of garam masala or skip garam masala and add more Italian herbs and maybe some chopped sundried tomatoes instead.  
  • You can reheat these in the oven, the microwave, or the skillet and serve them.
  • Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and reheat them as mentioned.
  • Freeze for upto a month.  All gluten-free flours tend to dry out a lot more than the other non-gluten-free flours. If you freeze them you can reheat them in a hot skillet with the lid on.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts

Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan

Amount Per Serving

Calories 231
Calories from Fat 135

% Daily Value*

Fat 15g23%

Saturated Fat 2g13%

Sodium 320mg14%

Potassium 336mg10%

Carbohydrates 20g7%

Fiber 4g17%

Sugar 3g3%

Protein 7g14%

Vitamin A 3402IU68%

Vitamin C 4mg5%

Calcium 150mg15%

Iron 2mg11%

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

glutenfree vegan naan stuffed with spinach and mushrooms

Ingredients:

  •  a mix of almond flour and tapioca starch makes for naan bread that is both crispy on the outside and soft on the inside
  • baking powder helps the dough rise
  • salt –  always important when making flatbread
  • non-dairy yogurt reacts with the baking powder to make these fluffy and non-dairy milk adds moisture
  • for the filling, we sautee sliced mushrooms in a bit of oil with spinach, garlic powder, dried oregano, garam masala, and black pepper
  • vegan cheese – optional but totally recommended addition because cheese + mushrooms = love

Tips:

  • you can play around with the seasoning, use other blends instead of garam masala or skip garam masala and add more Italian herbs and maybe some chopped sundried tomatoes instead.
  • You can reheat these in the oven, the microwave, or the skillet and serve them.
  • Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and reheat them as mentioned.
  • I haven’t tried freezing these but they might freeze just fine. All gluten-free flours tend to dry out a lot more than the other non-gluten-free flours. If you freeze them you can reheat them in a hot skillet with the lid on.

 

ingredients for vegan almond flour naan bread on a wooden surface

ingredients for vegan mushroom and spinach stuffed naan

How to make Mushroom Stuffed Gluten-free Naan:

Make the naan batter

Add the almond flour, tapioca starch, baking powder, and salt in a bowl and mix really well. Press and mix to break down the almond flour lumps.

dry ingredients for vegan naan bread in a white bowl

Then add the non-dairy yogurt, oil, and 1/2  cup of non-dairy milk and mix really well. Press and mix again until no lumps are left and the mixture is really smooth.

wet ingredients being added to dry ingredients in a white bowl

Then add in more non-dairy milk, one tablespoon at a time until the batter has a pancake batter consistency. You don’t want it to be too thick but also not overly thin and runny.

glutenfree vegan naan batter in a white bowl

It should be able to spread on the pan.

glutenfree almond flour naan batter being spread into a pan

Make the filling:

heat a skillet over medium-high heat and add the oil. Then add the mushrooms, green onion, and a good pinch of salt. Cook until the mushrooms are golden on some sides.

sliced green onions in a sauteeing pan

mushrooms and green onions in a sauteeing pan

mushrooms and green onions in a sauteeing pan

mushroom and spinach in a sauteeing pan

Add the spinach and the seasoning and cook for a few minutes until somewhat dry.

Fry the Naan – 2 Ways

As mentioned, you can make Stuffed Naan in 2 ways:

  • Spread the batter onto a non-stick skillet, top it with the filling, drizzle some more batter on top and you have a thick stuffed naan with the filling in the middle.
  • Mix the filling into the batter and spread that batter and cook.

Method 1 – Stuffed Naan

To make the stuffed naan, preheat the skillet over medium-high heat until the skillet is hot, and add a few drops of oil.
Spread about 3 tablespoons of batter onto the hot skillet then top it with the mushroom filling and add some vegan cheese if you’d like.

almond flour naan batter in a pan topped with mushrooms and spinach

 

almond flour naan baking in a pan topped with mushrooms and spinach and cheese

Spread the filling around evenly then drizzle some batter on top of the filling and cover the pan with the lid.

spinach mushroom stuffed vegan naan baking in a pan

Cook for 1 to 1.5 minutes depending on your stove and pan. Keep checking on it; if it turns brown too quickly then flip it. Otherwise, let it cook until is golden brown on the bottom.

vegan stuffed almond flour naan baking in a pan

Flip the naan, cover the pan and continue to cook until golden brown on that side as well. Then remove the naan from the skillet.

Method 2 – Mix filling into the batter

Mix the cooled down filling into the batter and add vegan cheese if you like.

spinach mushroom mix being added to vegan naan batter

vegan naan batter with spinach and mushroom

Then spread that batter onto the heated skillet with a spatula or a spoon, cover with the lid and cook until golden brown.

vegan spinach mushroom naan baking in a pan

Flip it, cover it with the lid and cook on the other side as well until golden for another minute or so. Remove from the skillet and repeat with any remaining batter and filling.

vegan spinach mushroom naan in a pan

Storage

  • Store these in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days and reheat them as mentioned.
  • I haven’t tried freezing these but they might freeze just fine. All gluten-free flours tend to dry out a lot more than the other non-gluten-free flours. If you freeze them you can reheat them in a hot skillet with the lid on.

vegan glutenfree spinach and mushroom stuffed naan bread sprinkled with sliced green onions


Spinach & Mushroom Stuffed Almond Flour Naan