Prepare a delicious, easy and tasty Indian Naan Bread

Naan is used as an accompaniment to curry dishes, but it is so tasty that sometimes we even can eat it as a snack, just like that.

Prepare a delicious, easy and tasty Indian Naan Bread

Naan bread is a wonderful discovery for new home bakers who are faced with an easy dough to make bread without an oven. Making bread is one of those activities that with the quarantine and the state of alarm is keeping us entertained between baking and fermentation.

And this has served to make more than one realize that there is a lot of work and tenacity in terms of doughs. It is a true as a temple that the frustration of the beginner to home baker is usually quite great until they master certain concepts and achieve really tasty breads.

That is why this naan bread is a wonderful option for all those who are starting. You will feel that you have achieved your dream of being a great baker. Here we have a quick and delicious recipe for you!

Delicious indian food, Naan bread with curry.

This bread seemed to me, without a doubt, that of a more surprising result to the palate of all those I have made for the challenge. The yogurt and milk give the dough a moist and tender texture and the cumin and coriander a spectacular flavor.



180 ml of warm water

125 ml of skimmed yogurt

2 tablespoons vegetable oil

1 tablespoons of sugar

8 g instant yeast

375 g of flour

½ teaspoon of salt

Melted butter

Sea salt


- The first thing that you should do is, mix a teaspoon of sugar, the warm water and the instant yeast, and let it sit for about ten minutes, until the yeast is activated and begins to become foamy.

- The next step is to prepare the dough, place the flour in the shape of a volcano on a clean and flat surface, and add the activated yeast, yogurt and a tablespoon of vegetable oil in the middle.

- Knead until you get a smooth, lump-free dough. Cover it with a cloth, put it in a warm place (next to the oven, for example) and let it rest for 1 hour.  After time, divide the dough into 8 portions and stretch them, leaving about 20-22 cm in diameter and about 6 mm thick.

- Cook the breads in a frying pan without oil or butter until bubbles start to appear and it is slightly toasted underneath, then turn it over and cook it on the other side. To finish, butter the naan and sprinkle sea salt.

- Finally, serve.


Arymel García

Editor of Passionate about nutrition and healthy living, I have been a content creator for 8 years.+ info

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