Butter Naan IndianFrom aravi_vel 8 years ago
- All purpose flour - 2 cups. shopping list
- dry yeast - 1 tsp shopping list
- sugar - 1 tsp shopping list
- salt - 1 tsp shopping list
- ghee/Melted butter - 4tbsp shopping list
- yogurt -2 tbsp shopping list
- Luke warm water - 2/3 rd cup. shopping list
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- Toppings I used:- shopping list
- sesame seeds shopping list
- dried parsley shopping list
How to make it
- Take luke warm water in a cup, dissolve yeast and sugar in it and keep it aside.
- Allow it to rise. It normally takes only about 5-10 minutes to rise well.
- Sift flour and salt into a bowl and add yeast- sugar mixture, yogurt and half of the ghee into it.
- Mix together to form a smooth dough. Again knead it on a flat surface to make it more smoother.
- Then it has to be kept in a greased, covered bowl (preferably in a warm place,may be inside the cooking range) and allow it to stand for almost 1 hr,by which the dough will be sized double.
- Knead the dough for 5 more minutes by punching it down.
- Divide into lemon sized balls. Flatten (extreme) each ball using hand,and add the toppings.
- Now heat a skillet (I didn’t have a grill pan, so I used a skillet) on the stove top.Grease it with oil and wipe it off with a cloth or kitchen tissue.
- Place the flattened dough on it, and cook it on medium heat.
- Within few minutes, it will puff up, then apply ghee/melted butter on 2 -3 spots and turn it over.
- Cook for few more minutes and remove. Immediately wrap it in a kitchen towel.
- Serve hot.
- Best side dishes: Paneer Butter Masala (Paneer Butter Masala) or Butter Chicken Masala (Butter Chicken Masala)
The Cookaravi_vel Bangalore, India
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This sounds great!ambus in Lahore loved it
This sounds perfect! I love Naan bread! I'll be trying this soon!lilliancooks in Long Island loved it
This was perfect! I made it to go with another recipe from this site called 'Chicken with Onions and Garlic' by Joe1155...a recipe with a lot of Middle Eastern flavor! This was great for soaking up the creamy gravy from that recipe! I made the Naan e...morelilliancooks in Long Island loved it
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