For all of you who have requested me time and time again for this recipe…i finally did it with a video.. I am soo sorry Adela ran out of battery towards the end.. These things happen.. Yes i could have redone it..But i have been asked and asked and asked for this video…so here you are ๐Ÿ™‚ For all of you who love me..thank you and for all who criticise me..thank you too.. i am trying to improve..its quite tough doing a bilingual video impromptu:) But i do it… so so make your naans.. and just concentrate on the recipe ๐Ÿ™‚
1 envelope of dry yeast (18 grams)

500 grams of white flour (maida)
1 cup of warm water
1 cup of room temperature natural yogurt
salt to taste
1 teaspoon of sugar
4 tablespoons of melted butter
Put the yeast in a bowl and add the warm water with the sugar and salt and let it sit for 10 minutes till the yeast rises. Add the flour , the butter and make a dough with the yogurt. Cover the bowl with a plastic bag and leave the bowl in the sun to rise til the dough doubles.
Follow the video instructions to make the naan…
Please enjoy and sorry for the end of the video…i ran out of battery!!!


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5 Responses to NAAN

  1. Kamal Singh says:

    How much of flour for this naan recipe??? It’s not mentioned above…

    • nituchugani says:

      Kamal…i am so sorry please pardon me.. i have edited the recipe, its 500 grams of white flour ok? sorry once again and thank you for pointing my mistake out

  2. Sara Santiso says:

    Thank you for your video’s. Very entertaining and informative. And I love the bilingual, it’s helping me learn Spanish!!!

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