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I gave it 5 stars because it's easy to prepare and make. I found you didn't need to use the oven. I will add more salt next time. Thinner is defiantly better. I will use rolling pin next time. This is a keeper
Wow - this was amazing and simple! I used a homemade yogurt and thought the acidity went really well with the salt. I made a half batch, and cooked them on a baking sheet under the broiler since my stove top was occupied. Next time I will make a double batch :)
this was great! i used chobani greek b/c its all i had in the house. i had to add a little hot water and a little olive oil b/c it was too dry for me. but no problem as long as you let it rest the hour. i was worried!<br/>the secret is to roll it out as thin as possible.<br/>the flavor was great! ans i used less salt and baking powder b/c i have sodium issues.
I wouldn't describe this as 'naan bread', not as we know it anyway, as it's much lighter than the traditional bread. However, it has a really nice taste, and doesn't take as long to make as the traditional, so will definitely make again. I tried various methods of cooking, frying, baking and broiling and our preferred ones were those dry-fried on both sides, as the ones which went in the oven crisped up too much
This was good but like others needed more salt and despite my best efforts at rolling it as flat as possible was still quite doughy. Putting it in the oven to have it puff helped.
This was very easy to make. The naan turned out well and was quite chewy. I think it needed a little more salt (or something) and I like my bread a bit fluffier.
Not enough salt. Not enough taste. Needs garlic or something. Comes out pretty, but bland.
Can't type, still drooling. (That means we really liked it and the directions were easy to follow. Works wonderfully with vegan Almond Dream yogurt.)