As of Chef Sanjay’s tip,I brushed some butter on Naan after cooking and that helped to keep the naan soft.We loved this way than without butter.
Usually I don’t try it in the oven because it takes time to repeat the procedure and cook few Naan breads. So, here is my favourite method using a flat pan and on a stove.
Recipe: Naan Bread on the stove top
I cooked a little bit spicy mixed veggie curry and that was a perfect match with this Naan bread.
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That’s one my favorite flat-breads to have, Amila!!! I use a different technique for restaurant style texture… Appling water on one side of rolled naan n thn sticking it to hot cast-iron skillet. Cook it for a few sec and then hold it upside down for direct flame cooking 🙂 Again place a skillet normally on gas n cook it for sum more time!!! 🙂 Try it out if you’re a naan lover…
thanks a lot for this great tip,Shruti.I will try it!
Thanks for the naan recipe Amila…You have done it perfectly..naan looks awesome.
delicious and neat presentation amy
I have never eaten Naan Bread. I think I would like to try it sometime.
hope you would give it a try…its really delicious!
I enjoy ladies fingers a lot & this is a nice way to have it! Love the making of naan from scratch!
Neat and lovely presentation of naan Amila.
Naan bread came out perfect Amila… well explained too
Ahh, lovely.. Looks perfectly well like restaurant ones 🙂
I had no idea naan was made with yeast – thanks so much for shariing this recipe!
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Glad it is helpful…
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This looks so good! I’ll have to try it. 🙂
Makeup ‘n More By Anna
LOVE NAAN BUT SAD DAT NEVER GET A CHANCE 2 MAKE..SO TEMPTING DEAR.
I’ve been dying to learn how to make this. I will HAVE try try this week!! Thanks.
Shannon @ Mamamusing
Love Indian food! I will have to try this. Thanks for linking up to Wonderful Food Wednesday. Pinned.
Hi Amila, your naan break look inviting and delightful. I usually make my own naan bread, had try both version oven baked and on the stove. Both version work well. :))
Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. I have loved Naan ever since I had some from a curry restaurant in Japan. I now purchase the kind they sell at my local grocery store, but I bet this one tastes great since it’s homemade. I must try this very soon. I found your recipe over on the Wonderful Food Wednesday linky.