Really great! DS bought naan at the store (he likes to make pizza with it) and it was $2.50 for two pieces. I found this recipe and it turned out great! I'll be making this often.
My first attempt at making naan, and they came out great! Had to sub a little sour cream with the yogurt (didn't have quite enough), but otherwise followed as written. Used a cast iron skillet then finished under the broiler. Great!
Easy and tasty, perhaps not entirely authentic but certainly worth the effort. Mine would have been better if I had rolled them out thinner, especially around the edges. I skipped the broil setting and didn't miss it.
Ok, I cheated - I added one level teaspoon of baking powder per cup of flour! The result was an extremely tender, puffed up naan. I heated it for approx 30 secs on each side on a pancake griddle and then popped it into the toaster, set to the highest heat level for another 2-3 minutes. You can see the results in the picture.
Just like the bread at the Indian restaurants...Way to go! The best part about this is that when you break it apart, you can see the layers of dough...like a thicker pastry. Truely delightful.
You might think that bread made from only flour, salt, baking powder and yogurt would not have any taste...and you would be correct. It's true that this is an easy recipe for naan but it's still not worth the time. Maybe I should have brushed it with garlic as some reviewers suggested but that should not be necessary.
This is a great Naan! I accidentally grabbed a tub of strawberry yogurt, but I used it anyway since it was what I had. I know, that sounds totally weird. My wife is going to tease me about it every time we have Naan now. I just left the fruit in the bottom of the tub and scooped the yogurt out. It had a slight strawberry taste, we just told the kids it was a dessert naan. ;-) Yogurt aside, this naan has great texture and it turns out great.
This was sooo easy and tasted just like the naan you get at restaurants! My search for a good homemade naan is over. This is the best recipe you are going to find.
I love this recipe, it's so easy and it tastes great. We use whole wheat or wheat white flour so it's a bit more like Roti but still great.
I could not believe how easy this was. First time I've ever made Naan, and they turned out perfectly. I used a cast iron skillet, nearly dry. (I did add a little butter in the middle). I also added a little extra salt to this recipe. The Naan turned out perfectly soft and pillowy and was delicious. It looked even BETTER than the photos. It was also great the next day. I will save this recipe and use it again and again. Next time I'm going to try adapting this recipe for garlic Naan.