A nice and easy way to have the perfect indian bread with things handy at our home kitchen :)
These were so good,easy to make, and didnt require an extra run to the market! I cut the amounts in half for the two of us.Due to other peoples reviews I added 1 full tspn of a season salt (goya adobo seasoning) to the mix and I added 1 whole TBSP of baking powder to the 2 cups of flour.I let it rest for 1 1/2 hours and cooked them on the stove top till done.I didnt even bother with the oven...both my hubby and I thought they were great.Make sure to roll them out really thin as they puffed up really thick.I think it still could have used a bit more season salt as the finished product lacked a bit of flavor.Definatly one for my recipe box!
This is really tasty flat bread with a lovely sour tang from the yogurt, but it is not like any other nann I've ever had. It is denser and less pillow-y than the naan I'm used to and reminds me more of a sourdough pancake or something. It is, however, yummy and easy.
this was super easy and really delicious.
I halved the recipe and used plain Greek Yogurt. I also added cilantro to the dough. Delish for gyros. Next time, I'll try just adding Tumeric.
With so many reviews, this probably does not need another, but we all liked this very much. Nice change from rice with curry. I think toasting it up on both sides a cast iron fry pan is better than the high oven heat after toasting just one side on the stove top. I found the bottoms were scorching before the tops even gained any color.
Very simple and tasty recipe, thanks for posting!
I followed the recipe exactly, w/ the addition of brushing the tops w/ melted butter as they came out of the oven.
Thinner is definitely better, and next time I might try more spices in the melted butter. Another commenter mentioned putting the naan in a foil envelope as they came out of the oven, and it worked really well.
Wonderful! Used 1/2 whole wheat, 1/2 white flour. Cooked on pizza stone in oven set at 450.
I don't think I'll ever make naan that compares to my favorite Indian restaurant, but this is the best recipe I've come across (and I've tried many).
The texture of this bread does not match that of my favorite Indian restaurant. I generally bake my naan for 3-4 mins on each side in a 500 degree oven. I use 2 fiestaware platters that I put in the oven while it preheats so I can cook 4 at a time.