Friday, June 15, 2012

How to make Garlic Naan ( yeast free ) / Step by Step Recipe:

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Garlic Naan is a North Indian flat bread,  infused with a nice garlic & coriander flavor..!
I love to make this best naan recipe all the time & it is a big hit with the family..:)
This oval shaped flat bread is quick & easy to make at home & is perfect for any occasion. 
Try this easy yummy recipe today & you can’t get it wrong..:)
Ingredients
  • All Purpose Flour / Maida          - 2 cups
  • Baking pwd                               - 1 tsp
  • Baking soda                              - 1 tsp
  • Salt                                          - 1 tsp
  • Yoghurt                                      - ¼ cup
  • Lemon juice                              - 1 tbsp
  • Grated garlic                             - 3 to 4 tbsp
  • Finely chopped coriander leaves      -  ¼ cup
Method:
  1. Take Maida flour in a wide bowl.
  1. Add baking pwd, baking soda and salt.
  2. Mix all the ingredients together.
  3. Add yoghurt and combine.
  1. Now add little water and knead to smooth dough.
  1. The perfect consistency of the dough  should be soft & sticky to hands.
  1. Finally add lemon juice and mix it well.
  1. Cover it with a damp cloth & keep it in warm place for 3 to 4 hrs.
  2. You can see the dough has rised up so nicely.
  1. The consistency of the dough is still more sticky now.
  1. Sprinkle little maida flour and try to roll it to small balls. ( take care not to add more flour, as it makes the dough thick )



  1. This dough can also be used for pizza’s & breads
  2. Now dust your hands with APF and just press the dough ball to oval shape.of ½ inch thickness ( or roll it gently with rolling pin)

  1. Grate garlic and coriander leaves finely.
  1. Sprinkle them on top of naan.
  1. Roll it slightly with rolling pin, so that it gets pressed along the naan.
  1. Now for roasting, we need a hot skillet & a wire rack over stove top.
  1. ( we can bake it in oven also, by setting oven at maximum temp. like 550 degree Farenheit for 7 mins or until baked )
  2. For roasting it in skillet,  heat the skillet until its hot.
  3. Place the naan over it.
  1. When small bubbles start appearing on top of naan, roast it on other side.
  1. Once it gets slightly golden spots on the other side as well, take out from skillet..
  1. Place it on wire rack and put it on direct heat.
  1. Keep the flame in medium to low heat ( take care not to burn the naan )
  1. Flip it over to next side,
  1. You can see how nicely the naan puffs up in the wire rack.
  1. When its cooked on both sides, take it out.
  1. Brush some butter over it.
  1. It has got very nice crunchy outside & very soft, moist flaky inside with a tempting aroma from garlic & coriander leaves. ( can also sprinkle little chat masala over it for added flavor )
  1. Perfect flaky restaurant style  Garlic  Naan  is ready.
  1. Enjoy hot with any North Indian curry.
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21 comments:

  1. wowo looks so good and perfect

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  2. Thanks for your inspiring comments Finla, Shabbu..
    have a great weekend..:)

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  3. I love garlic naan, these have come out real good :)

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  4. i think i really need tht wire mesh. this has come out perfect restaurant style naan

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  5. This will complement pasta or soup...Love the authenticity of your recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. so well made. just like the professional ones from the restaurants. bookmarked.

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  7. Jay super...... Looks fluffffy n super...u rock dear

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  8. i am drooling here...

    nice clicks with neat explanation...

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  9. that looks just perfect!
    thanks for the recipe and step by step instructions!

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  10. I have never made Naan because I am too lazy first, so we just buy from the shop and also I don't know how to too.

    I have all the ingredients at home and yes, tonight naan is our meal and tq so much for the step by step tutorial. My other half will love it very much.

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  11. looks so easy to prepare and delicious...mouthwatering!

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  12. hi jay.. thanq for visiting my space..
    looks yum... :)
    http://foodigest.blogspot.com/

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  13. Without yeast! Hurray! I can try again .. Thanks for shraing

    Rgds,
    Veena of great-secret-of-life.blogspot.com

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  14. Hi Jay, thanks for visiting my blog, lovely to check out yours! I love naan, but have never made it, this is added to my to-do recipe list asap! Soon to be in Pablo's (and my) plate! Making me hungry as we speak :-) Helene
    http://frenchfoodiebaby.blogspot.com/

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  15. Looks good and seems very simple to make.

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  16. Its an item liked by most. Generally to roast this one needs a TANDOOR. Here its made simpler for the households to prepare N enjoy.

    ThanX 4 da same.

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  17. Can you make this the day before or freeze it?

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  18. As u said.. can we use this as a pizza bread? As in put toppings on it and bake?

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    1. yes...u can use the same dough for pizza making also.

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