A very delicious and lovely recipe! I did have to add about 1/4 cup of additional flour to the bread machine, as I checked it five minutes in. I also used 1 cup of white and one cup of whole wheat flour - that worked perfect for me! I heeded smelly's advise about the butter, and she's so right, it really elevates the bread to another level! I love the big bubbles in the bread - they came out in the oven beautifully! Thanks for posting this, mersaydees! Made for Veggie Swap 20 - March 2010.
These were really tasty but mine came out kinda thick and puffy, not really naan-like. But they were still really good! Some cumin seeds would also taste good in addition to the black sesame. Made as a recipenap for Veggie Swap 20.
This was very good! I found the flavor to be right on with what we get from our local Indian joint/Market. I really wish I had a better way to make it get the big bubbles in it that the fresh Naan from India Mart has! Nonetheless this was great with some Spinach Hummus! :) Thanks for posting! Made for Veg'n Swap March 2010 for my chosen chef! :)
great recipe I only get 6 from this - just what I was looking for - I use it as a flatbread and flatbread pizza - as long as you do not over cook and use a COOKIE SHEET the bread is very pliable. I also used sour cream instead of yogurt - my kids love rolling them out and filling htme
I found this too runny for my machine, I needed to add more flour to get it to make a decent pliable dough ball. Rolling it out was also a challenge because of that, but the end result was pretty good!
We love naan bread,and I've been testing different recipes for them for a while.This is the first bread machine recipe that I have come across.I used greek yogurt ( in the fridge and needed to be used) and instead of sesame seeds,I used black onion seed. My bread was very tasty,but didn't really come out like a naan bread should.Mine was really soft and more like regular bread than leavened bread. I AM going to try again,as it's a good,easy recipe,and I'm sure next time I'll get it right. Thanks Mersaydees.
I have to admit my first attempt at this was a disaster...when I got from errands the ingredients were still in the bottom of the bread maker even though it said the dough cycle had completed. DOH indeed! Fortunately, this recipe is easy and speedy done by hand as well as machine. I proofed the yeast in the milk with the sugar, then added all else and kneaded for a few minutes before a first rise. Followed the directions to a "T" after punching it down, and it worked out fine! In trying to "health" them up a bit I skimped on the butter spread and now wish I hadn't--this is a very basic bread that needs the saltiness of the butter to come alive. Next time I will experiment more with things like minced garlic, onion, etc. Thanks for posting! Made for the October 2008 Veg*n swap.
I made this by hand instead of using a bread machine. It was simple & fast to throw together. I was out of yogurt so I used heavy whipping cream instead. Made for 123 HITS
Quick and easy Naan. I baked it a little too long (got busy doing something else) but there was not a piece left. I loved using the yogurt in the bread and using the bread machine made fast work of the dough.