14 Reviews

Made fantastic naan that was easy and authentic! It puffed up well in the oven and tasted even better fried on a non stick pan at a very hot temperature. I substituted 2 tsp sugar for the honey.

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GojiBerry October 23, 2007

Best naan we've made yet! Used sour cream as suggested. I was a little skeptical of the technique but it worked great. My dough felt very workable and not very sticky after 5 mins and I left it as is. Softest naan we've made. Made it in a cast iron with coconut oil so I could get it very hot. I'm sure it will be wonderful on the grill once it gets warm enough to cook outside. Thanks for the keeper!

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lolablitz April 17, 2013

i am a bread idiot, and this was quick and easy. great recipe

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lula may October 06, 2012

yum!!!!

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WonderMima June 03, 2011

Nice recipe for naan bread. I made it half whole wheat and half all purpose, used the full dough cycle on my bread machine as I needed the time to work on other dishes for dinner. I used milk instead of water, omitted the honey and added 1/2 tsp of garlic powder as that's my favourite naan flavour. I used a baking sheet and it worked great, the naan rose a bit much so I had to squish it back down lol and because of time I browned the tops on a dry griddle on the stove but it still turned out quite lovely and my boys took it with cheese in between for sandwiches today :-). Thanks for the recipe :-) (ps. I used my homemade yoghurt which is almost a cross between yoghurt and sour cream and it was awesome)

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Just_Ducky!! February 07, 2011

Thank-you very much!! These are lovely and VERY easy to make! Thanks so much for posting!!!!!!!

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Bronzki January 12, 2011

This is a wonderful recipe. I have made it with both yogurt and sour cream. Both ways work great. Thank you for sharing!

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Cocoa September 14, 2010

This naan was pretty good. I didn't pay attention to the dough initially (despite your warning!) and had to add a bit of flour once out of the machine. I subbed sour cream, based on what I had and just made on the stove with my cast iron. Once cooked, I put butter over the top and sprinkled with a bit of salt, which really enhanced the flavor a lot. Went well with our meal. Thanks for posting! Rerated: Made again tonight to go with some chicken curry and it was really tasty. I used my new KitchenAid mixer instead of the bread machine and it worked well. I again had to add quite a bit of flour, but it was easy to watch in the mixer.

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StacyMD187373 July 29, 2010

Excellent! I subbed Tofutti Better Than Sour Cream for the yogurt to make this vegan, and added some roasted garlic. I cooked the naan on the grill (2-3 minutes first side, about 1 minute second side). It turned out beautifully!

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Serah B. July 05, 2010

This came out great! Thank you so much for posting this! I too used the sour cream (full fat) instead of the yogurt and I wouldn't change a thing. Thanks!

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Zoesmama October 02, 2009
Quick Naan (Bread Machine)