I decided to celebrate by making Vegan Tails, a modification to Beavertails. You can read more about Beaver Tails here.
And when I say that I made Vegan Tails, please remember that I'm lazy. I didn't make the real thing. For starters, any recipe I found for Beaver Tails requires having yeast. Only real bakers have yeast.
And then there would have been kneading of dough, a rolling pin, and a deep fryer. Those are all kitchen tools and skills that I avoid.
So, what did I make? The next best thing. I made Vegan Tails for the lazy baker.
- Naan bread, 2 pieces
- Oil or melted vegan butter (I didn't measure)
- 3 tbs brown sugar
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- other toppings of your choosing
- Mix together your brown sugar and cinnamon.
- Place the Naan bread on a cookie sheet and brush on the oil or melted butter. It should cover the Naan bread very well.
- Sprinkle the sugar topping over the bread.
- Bake at 350 degrees....for a while. My Naan bread was frozen and I baked it for 15 minutes or so. You don't really want it to get crispy so don't over bake (types the vague blogger).
- Remove and serve warm with or without extra toppings. (I quickly mixed up a small batch of icing to drizzle on top).