Authentic, traditional recipe
Uses cast iron to replicate traditional tandoors
Comes together in 90 min (even less active time!)
Freezes easy so you can make a large batch at once!
Yeast Sugar | Active Dry Yeast Water
Naan All-purpose Flour | Yogurt Olive Oil | Baking Powder | Salt
Add sugar, warm water and yeast together and mix well. Let it sit in a warm place until frothy.
Whisk salt, baking powder and flour. Add yogurt and oil to the yeast mixture, then pour into the flour. Mix until a soft dough forms. Place in a covered bowl for at least an hour.
Divide dough into 6 equal portions and roll into a flatbread shape one at a time. If adding seasoning like garlic or sesame, press into one side. Brush the non-seasoned side with water.
Cook in a very hot skillet for 5 seconds. Cover and cook for 45 seconds. Flip the naan and cook for another 45 seconds.
Brush with a thin layer of butter or even butter mixed with some garlic and cilantro and serve hot! ENJOY!