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Naan

It is traditionally baked in an Indian tandoor (a clay oven). The best alternative for this is the pizza stone of a preheated charcoal barbecue.

Recipe makes 4.

Naan

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Ingredients

560

g

flour

10

g

salt

5

g

baking powder

8

g

caster sugar

150

ml. 

milk

1

 

large egg

15

ml.

vegetable oil

As needed:

 

melted butter or ghee for brushing

Preparation method

  • Mix the flour, salt, baking powder and caster sugar well.
  • Slowly add milk, egg and oil.
  • Knead the dough until smooth, cover and set aside to rest for one hour.
  • Divide into 4 portions and roll out into oval shapes 1cm thick and 20cm long.
  • Preheat your oven to the highest temperature or the Big Green Egg with the pizza stone to 400°C.
  • Bake the naan for 30 seconds on both sides. It should rise well and show brown spots.
  • Brush immediately with clarified butter and serve.

Serving suggestions

  • With curries and kebabs.
  • As a basic ingredient for a special sandwich.
  • Delicious combined with chicken, yoghurt, and mint.

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