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"Great recipe. Left over dough can be put in fridge. Dough was nice and soft. I did 3 minutes each side in a 230deg Celsius oven. Delicios with garlic. Cooked one side 3 minutes and then turned over and spread margarine and garlic and baked another 3 minutes."- darrent
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Date: Tue, 13 Feb 96 10:50:44 EST submitted by: PoohBearMe@aol.com Mix together the milk, 1 tsp. sugar and the yeast. Sift together flour, salt, baking powder. Add remaining sugar, yeast mixture, butter, yogurt, and egg. Knead dough for ten minutes. brush with butter and let rise for 1 hour. Preheat your oven to the hottest temp.( Indian people bake this bread in a Tandoor oven which get very hot-600 degrees or more) and preheat your heaviest tray with it. Punch down and knead again. Divide into 6 portions and roll flat. As you roll out each naan, put it on the tray and bake in oven for about three minutes or so. The first time I made these, my oven broke so I made them on my gas grill with the chicken I was making and they came out great! They had a nice , slightly smoky flavor. This recipe came from Madhur Jaffreys Indian Cooking . You could find it in your local library- its a very good cookbook. From the RECIPEinternet: Recipes from Around the World recipe list. Downloaded from G Internet, G Internet.
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Evamaria81 1 year agoIt just works so Easy! It just takes some time because you Can only make ón in the oven at a time
kimdormer 1 year agoButter in instructions but not in ingredients not helpful
belindathompson 1 year ago
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Fnpea 1 year agoFirst time I've made naan bread and it turned out great! 3 minutes on each side and they turned out delicious. Thanks.
TheAudiophilesWife 1 year agoSo delicious. I was afraid to crank my oven as high as it would go, so I went with 450 and used my commercial grade half-sheet pans on the rack that sits about 1 inch above the bottom heating element. It only took 3-4 minutes on each side for perfection.
darrent 2 years agoGreat recipe. Left over dough can be put in fridge. Dough was nice and soft. I did 3 minutes each side in a 230deg Celsius oven. Delicios with garlic. Cooked one side 3 minutes and then turned over and spread margarine and garlic and baked another 3 minutes.
Rottendrew 2 years agoGreat bread turned out fine at 550 and theirs no sub for eggs If you decided to become a vegetarian that's your decision suck it up but yogurt is ok ?
Boz240 3 years agoI loves this bread. I added a bit more sugar and it was a sweet counterpoint to a hot curry.
JamWade 3 years agoI never baked bread before. This flat turned out great. My ovens top temp is 550 so I baked for about four mins. Thirty seconds.
3OClockChef 3 years agoMight just be my mileage, but it wasn't as fluffy or flavorful as the naan I usually find in Indian restaurants. Still, this is a solid recipe. I also made mine on the stove, which might explain the fluffy issues. Overall, good job.
bszabo 3 years agoI have made this many times by now and turns out lovely every time. If you have too many, you can freeze them, too.
moka901709 3 years agoCan you suggest a substitute to egg.. I am a vegetarian...