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.)
Ok, so i used spelt flour and milk instead of regular flour and yogurt and it turned out great! Except for I didn't end up putting mine inside the oven because they didn't puff up. Oh, yes and flatter is definitely better.
It was good, but it wasnt your local indian resturant's Naan. It was a good recipe for easy at home Naan. I only had plain greek yogurt on hand, so i used that the most recent time i cooked it. The first time i made it i followed the recipe exact. The last time, i didnt need so much, so i halved the recipe, it gave me four pieces. I rolled it out nearly paper thin, i added a pinch more salt, and cooked in on a griddle. When i let it rest it was covered in about a tablespoon of olive oil. It was good with and without adjustments. Rolling it out thin is deffintly a good idea, and if you have a griddle just cook it on that and flip it rather than heating up the whole house with your oven.
Fantastic recipe so easy and so yummy.
This came out great. Wonderful texture and easy to make.
OMG...I have tried Roti, which is easy and delicious...Now Naan is even better...
This is my first time making it...In an 1.5 hours..dough doubled in size...rolled out...heated in frying pan...then moved bread to wire rack which stands an inch above stove top..and watched it balloon and brown...Moist...and chewy...delicious....
the above batch made me 2 dozen large oblong breads.
The next batch I make will have herbs in it...