Monday, March 17, 2014

Garlic Naan With Out Yeast

For this weeks blogging marathon I'm showcasing "Naan" recipes. Today I'm sharing recipe for "Garlic Naan with no yeast" . Check this Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#38.


Naan is a flat bread widely popular in many parts of the world. The basic recipe of naan uses yeast as a rising agent but in this recipe I replaced it with baking powder & soda. Naan can be flavored up with variety of ingredients to make more delicious & here I'm sharing one of those flavored Naan's with you all.

Garlic Naan
Prep Time-2hrs | Cook Time-15mins | Yields-10 naan's
Ingredients
2Cup maida
1/2Tsp baking powder
1/8Tsp baking soda
2Tbs yogurt
1Tbs milk
1/2Tsp sugar 
Water
Salt 
2Tbs butter @ room temperature
3Tbs minced garlic  
Few coriander leaves for garnish
Step Wise instruction see here.
Directions:
- In a bowl mix yogurt, milk & sugar.
- Now add maida, baking powder, soda, salt & sugar.
- Knead it to form a dough by adding little water or as needed. Adjust salt if needed. 
- Keep this dough closed with a wet cloth. Allow it to sit for at least 1hr.
- Mix minced garlic & butter in a bowl.
- Now divide the dough in to 4 balls. Roll them using a rolling pin flat. 
- Add minced garlic & coriander to butter. Now apply butter on to one side of the flat bread & repeat the same with rest of the dough. 
- Heat a pan & when pan is hot lay a naan on the pan & close it with a lid . 
- You can see bubbles forming on the bread. Flip the bread & apply garlic butter to the cooked side.
- Now cook other side with out a lid. 
- Flip & check if the naan is done. Apply the garlic butter to naan & transfer it to a plate.
- Repeat the same with rest of the dough balls. 
- Serve warm & enjoy.
Note: 
-Instead of garlic you can use sesame seeds, onion seeds.

Garlic Naan

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21 comments:

  1. Garlic naans are my weakness, sooooo tempting..

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  2. Wow........looks super tasty naan!!

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  3. wow thats a very flavorful and perfectly done naan :) Wud love to finish them with thats mouthwatering paneer gravy :)

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  4. Delicious and lovely looking garlic naan. Looks so soft and mouthwatering.
    Deepa

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  5. Looks nicely made and very attractive.. Great clicks too..

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  6. Looks so perfect and tasty dear ..yummy !!

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  7. Very well made naans..the side dish look very inviting as well..

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  8. they are absolutely delicious.... Lovely pics..

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  9. Love those cilantro leaves peeking out of the naan. Very tempting and the curry looks awesome too.

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  10. I just had lunch but I am sure I have space for that killer looking paneer and the naan :)

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  11. Garlic naan is a favorite in my house. Your looks so appetizing!

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  12. I can almost feel the aroma of garlic, very tempting platter there!!! :)

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  13. I always thought that naans need yeast but many recipes by celebrated chefs talk about baking powder and soda. It is an interesting perspective.

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  15. That garlic naan dish looks so amazing. Perfect dish to make on the grill. Will try some time.
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