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Every weekend when we go grocery shopping, a few of the shops close by will have wines for tasting. Most of the time we hubby and wife just love to drink wine and will buy it what a certain wine tastes great. We both loves wines however it is not always possible to finish the entire bottle on day 1, so we keep it out for two more days and drink them. By third day some of the wines start to taste like balsamic vinegar, yes fermentation starts. So when I got a chance to learn about stacked wines, I got excited. Now I can get single serve wines to taste that to from Mark West. To pair with wine I made this delicious spinach onion flat bread.
Have you heard about stacked wines, they are fine wine pre-poured into four seamless plastic wine glasses, stacked on top of each other? That is very convenient; you can enjoy a great glass of wine anywhere, anytime. You can take a stack of four to share with friends. It’s a delicious wine that you will love, in a convenient recyclable package that locks in flavor and freshness. This is a great option if you are going on a picnic, tailgating or to a concert or somewhere else where you don’t want to lug around a bottle of wine, a corkscrew, and wine glasses. Just peel off the foil seal and enjoy! Each container has its own lid, great for leftovers – stack them back!
Mark West’s Burgundian styled California Pinot Noir, is crafted to be balanced and Versatile. I know the spinach; mozzarella and parmesan flat bread is perfectly paired with Pinot Noir. Actually I was shopping for store-bought flat bread but couldn’t find one of my favorite. So decide to make my own flat bread from the scratch, yes it is Naan bread. However baking Naan need to be little extra careful, as it requires tandoor oven temperature. So decided to make Spinach Onion Naan flatbread, which is really easy, just make the dough then top with fresh spinach, mozzarella, onion and Parmigiano-Reggiano bake it.
When it comes out the oven stick those with fresh cherry tomatoes and more cheese if you want. Trust me the combo of spinach, onion and cheese is just awesome. It is perfect flat bread, and I got request to make it once again. If you are entertaining, tailgating, or any gathering this spinach onion naan flat bread is just awesome. Your guest will love it. You can make the dough ahead and freeze them on the day fill and bake it. One thing makes sure not to forget Mark West’s stacked wine Pinot Noir.
You can also serve these cute strawberry ice-cream jar to finish the party .Yes I used this strawberry ice cream recipe, and used a small mason jar and then made a these cute little labels to tie over each jar and served with fresh strawberries if you want.
So make sure to serve this spinach onion naan flat bread with stacked wine next party.
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This is Swathi ( Dr. Ambujom Saraswathy Ph.D) from Zesty South Indian Kitchen who loves to explore cuisines from all over the world. Whenever possible I try to to give an Indian touch to several of the world cuisine, and has weakness for freshly baked bread. All the recipes you see here are created by me and approved after taste-test by my family.