I liked the basic recipe but wanted to stay away from potato starches, cornstarches and rice flours so I just substituted 1 cup coconut flour, 1 cup almond flour and 1/4 cup garbanzo bean flour. It rolled nicely and froze well and worked well as a pizza base as well.
My husband and I loved this bread. I have tried others in the past and was disappointed, this is a winner.
I mAde this dairy free, and I used tapioca and arrowroot starches instead. Ia.soadded some garlic granules. About 6" diameter naans. Loved the texture, loved how easy it was to handle. Best gfcf naan I have tried yet! Will be experimenting with no eggs and more wholegrain flours!
Super easy and soooooo delicious. So good in fact, we no longer go out for Indian food because our naan is just as good! Definitely try it, you won't be disappointed.
I love this recipe thank you so much!! <3
I made this egg free by substituting two tablespoons ground flaxseed and four tablespoons warm water mixed and let sit for five mins. I also went dairy free w cashew milk, a little less than 1/2 c. This recipe is the BOMB! We made whole foods' Dal with it. Very yummy! And we saved a lot of money...indian food is expensive!
Really like this recipe. As one reviewer stated the recipe does not mention where to add the oil. Because of the order of the ingredients I added the oil to the recipe with the eggs. I also spread the dough onto parchment paper and cooked on a hot grill. Cook a minute or so on the paper then you can just slide the bread directly onto the grill to finish cooking. Flip over to cook both sides. I mad esome the traditional way with the butter but also left some plain and made pizza.
It was good but I'm not sure I did this correctly... The recipe didn't say what to do with the cooking oil, so I used it in the skillet to fry the naan. The finished product tasted something like a Dough-boy from the fair :-)