Naan Bread Recipe by Manjula, Indian Vegetarian Gourmet

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Naan, the most popular Indian bread in the Western word. Naan can be the main attraction going to an Indian restaurant, naan directly coming from the clay oven “tandoor” taste heavenly. The texture and the earthen aroma from naan! It is so easy to just fall in love with Naan. My naan recipe uses a regular home oven and a clay pizza stone to give the naan same exposer as a clay oven.

Recipe makes 6 Naans
2 cups all purpose flour
1 teaspoon active dry yeast
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
Pinch of baking soda
2 tablespoons oil
21/2 tablespoons yogurt
3/4cup look warm water
1 teaspoon clear butter or ghee
1/4 cup all purpose flour for rolling

Naan Bread Recipe by Manjula, Indian Vegetarian Gourmet: 39 комментариев

  • 01.10.2015 в 10:50

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  • 19.10.2015 в 06:09

    Your naan's flattened out way better than mine! They were sticking to my rolling pin and cutting board even with extra flour. lol They did turn out AMAZING though. If you don't have a pizza stone, I heated up a cookie sheet in the oven as I waited for it to finish pre-heating, and that worked just fine for me. I forgot to get ghee >_< but it still turned out awesome with vegetable oil instead. Thank you so much! <3 I might try and make pizza with them too, 'cause that would be amazing I bet.

  • 18.02.2016 в 04:58

    I'm sorry, I could not catch what kind of oil you like to use. What kind of oil do you use, please?

  • 14.05.2016 в 02:02

    Thank you very much I use your recipe many times we love it, I use olive oil instead of canola oil, it works either way.

  • 03.06.2016 в 10:44

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful receipt , just one question can I use the self raising flour ? Thanks

  • 10.06.2016 в 15:41

    Manila..thanks for sharing your video,..I enjoyed watching you cooking Naman Bread,.it looks yummyyy,..Naan,chapatti bread is my favorite,.thank you,.!!! take care always,.and have a great day ???

  • 11.07.2016 в 06:02

    It's on now, Im gonna get me some naan bread and some beer and kick back jack!

  • 08.08.2016 в 02:50

    Just got done making this- it was super tasty! For other viewers- if you want crispy naan just bake it on 500. If you want it to puff up and be pillowy soft turn on the broiler.

  • 27.12.2016 в 23:32

    thanks for your recipe. I am in us, and followed your recipe, but it is very sticky, and not able even to shape a ball, and I ended up put an extra cup of flour in in order to have a ball shape. What kind of measurement you use? I follow the usa measurement. Am I wrong?

  • 24.01.2017 в 06:38

    It's a perfect recipe. I made it the first time and it was spot on! Just the right amount for a couple also, and fast enough that you could make it fresh the next day if you want more.Thank you

  • 06.02.2017 в 10:09

    I made this tonight in a dry cast iron pan. It was great! Thank you! I will be making it often!

  • 20.07.2017 в 17:20

    greetings madam. where the baking stone available. i am living in tamil nadu near Tirunelveli dist..just 145 km north..from Kanya kumari.


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