Garlic Naan

This aromatic naan bread is the perfect start to your Indian-inspired feast. I made it on tawa and it came exceptionally good .Give it a try !!!

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Ingredients:

  1.  All-purpose flour (plain flour, Maida)-2cups
  2.  Baking soda- half tsp
  3. salt- half tsp
  4. sugar -half tsp
  5. 1/4 cup yogurt at room temperature
  6. 1-2 tablespoons oil
  7.  Luke warm water
  8. 1/4 cup all-purpose for rolling
  9. Garlic powder-1 tsp or Garlic pods chopped finely
  10. 1 tablespoon soft butter or ghee.
  11. About 1 tablespoon of chopped coriander leaves

Recipe:

  1. Mix all the dry ingredients together and oil and yoghurt .knead into a soft dough.
  2.  Apply light oil to the dough and cover. Let the dough sit for about 2 hours in warm place.
  3. Divide the dough in parts.
  4. Take one dumpling and lightly roll into the flour lightly and rub off the excess.
  5. Then Roll the naan one at a time on a lightly floured surface in a shape and size of own choice.
  6. Place few coriander leaves on naan and press gently with rolling pin.
  7.  Sprinkle the water lightly on one side of the naan.
  8. Heat the tawa on medium heat and put water side naan over tawa, once the naan start bubbling and dough start drying
  9. Take the uncooked side of naan and place it over flames keeping about 2 inch away from the flames to cook the naan from top.
  10. Once naan browned to your satisfaction, remove, and spread the butter over. Place in a on a serving tray and your Garlic Naan is ready!

Author: soniabarton

A Dubai based blogger luv cooking makeup n travelling and a lot of other fun stuff lyk Dubsmashing, exploring gagdets and gaming(playstation)

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