Learn how to make soft and tender naan bread at home, just like your favorite Indian restaurant. It’s a simple yeast-leavened flatbread made with flour, yogurt, egg, and oil. After a quick 1-hour rise, the dough is ready to roll and cook in a hot skillet.
Restaurant-quality Indian flatbread
When a basket of hot pillowy naan bread hits the table, it usually disappears fast. This popular yeast-leavened flatbread is a staple in Indian cuisine. It’s soft chew and pliable fold makes it perfect for dipping in fragrant curries and sauces. You’ll be delighted to know that the recipe is super easy to make from scratch!
Naan is made from an enriched dough composed of wheat flour, plain yogurt, water, egg, vegetable oil, and yeast. It’s traditionally cooked in a blazing hot tandoor oven, however, we can closely mimic that environment with a preheated skillet on the stovetop. Once you let the active yeast ferment and elevate the dough, you’ll have fresh pieces in no time….