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Simple naan breads, flavoured with garlic and fresh coriander, are quick and easy to make. Naan bread recipes A flatbread with a slightly puffed and blistered soft crust. It is typically baked in a tandoor – an upright pot-like clay oven with the heat source inside at the bottom – by. You can have Naan bread using 9 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Naan bread
- You need 3 cups of all purpose or chapati flour.
- Prepare 3 tsp of instant yeast.
- It’s 2 of garlic cloves finely chopped.
- It’s 1 tbs of finely chopped parsley.
- Prepare of Mala (fermented milk) or yoghurt.
- You need 1/4 cup of vegetable oil.
- You need 1/2 of knorr cube.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of turmeric powder.
- Prepare 2 cloves of chopped garlic (for the oil mixture).
Brush with a little of the remaining ghee, sprinkle over a few nigella seeds and a small pinch of salt. Keep warm in the oven while you make the remaining breads. Delicious served with your favourite curry. Naan is an Indian flat bread, traditionally baked on the sides of a clay tandoor oven.
Naan bread step by step
- In a bowl combine flour, yeast, parsley, garlic and mala to form a dough. Hard knead it. Place back in the bowl leave it to rise in a warm place..
- Roll it to a log like and cut into small pieces.
- In a small bowl combine oil chopped garlic, turmeric, oil and knorr cube mix well.
- Take one piece of the cut dough make a well then put the oil mixture. Seal it well forming a small flat ball..
- Do the same to the rest of the cuts. And roll out to oval shape.
- Place on hot pan turn when it has almost doubled in size and cooked..
- Serve with your favourite curry..
The familiar teardrop shape develops when the bread stretches as it hangs inside the oven. In a large bowl, stir together the water, yeast and sugar. Add the flour, salt, half of the butter and yoghurt. With a family coming from the Punjab region in Northern India where wheat is the main staple, all breads (from naan, roti to parathas) form a huge part of the diet. Personally I would choose a bread over rice every day.