Yum. Quick and easy. I used whole wheat flour, fried in butter with a bit of garlic salt. We had it with mexican...it worked great together.
by far the most authentic naan recipe online! I have tried tons of recipes for naan and none have come close to the authenticity as this one does... also, the second best thing about this recipe is that is doesn't require yeast! It's totally easy to make and tastes absolutely delicious! thanks for the awesome recipe :) by the way, we had this with some yummy nihari... great combo!
As I always do with a first time recipe, I followed it to the letter. My 14 year old and I had a blast making them, and had hummus waiting for it. Very simple recipe with very good results. Next time, I'll add a bit of garlic to some of them, just to mix it up. Delish, thanks for sharing!
This is the best naan I have made! For some reason it didn't rise for me- at all. I used it after an hour+ anyway and it was fine. I also ski8pped the oven and sprinkled with minced garlic. YUM!
Not quite what I expected, but easy enough to do and see if you like it.
First time making Naan. It was easy and really very good.
Sooo good! A great recipe for Naan! I did make it with whole spelt flour, adding just a little extra when kneading and used goat yogurt. I cooked in my cast iron pan on both sides and then just warmed in the oven. Perfect! My 2 1/2 year old keeps asking for naan now!
Made these and used for steak tacos. Delicious.
This recipe is so easy and good, it's a keeper. FWIW I cooked the naan on a pizza stone set on a middle oven rack. I preheated to 500 then turned on the broiler and it browns nicely and puffs pefectly then flip and finish browning. Careful it can go from nice brown speckles to smoking if you are not hovering around and watching. Brushed with melted butter and sprinkled garlic salt on each one right as they came out of the oven - big hit.