alcoeats Simple Garlic Naan

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Simple Garlic Naan

This Simple Garlic Naan is so easy to make! You can make this garlic naan in a skillet or griddle pan on the stovetop.

This Simple Garlic Naan is so easy to make! You can make this garlic naan in a skillet or griddle pan on the stovetop.

This Garlic Naan is so quick to make and this Indian bread takes no baking. You can make this garlic naan in a skillet or griddle pan on the stovetop.

    Let's Make Simple Garlic Naan.

    Prep Time: 10 minutes

    Cook Time: 30 minutes

    Note: All ingredients in blue is available at alcoeats.com

    Ingredients

    Ingredients Quantity
    Salt 1/2 tsp
    Sugar pinch
    Dried instant yeast 1 tsp
    All-purpose flour (plain flour) 1 1/2 – 2 cups
    Warm water 3/4 cup
    Oil 3 tbsp.
    Salted butter 1/2 cup
    Dried garlic flakes 2 tsp
    Dried cilantro 2 tsp
    alcoeats Simple Garlic Naan

    METHOD:

         To Make The Dough (STAND MIXER METHOD)

    1. Set your stand mixer up with a dough hook.
    2. Place the flour, yeast, salt, and sugar into the bowl of your stand mixer and mix on low to combine.
    3. Pour in the water and oil and mix on low for 10 minutes until you have an elastic dough.
    4. Cover the bowl with cling film and leave it to rise for 20 minutes.

         To Make Dough (BY HAND METHOD)

    1. In a large mixing bowl, combine the flour, yeast, sugar, and salt.
    2. Add the water and oil, then use a fork or butter knife to combine all the ingredients, once you have a raggy-looking dough, start using your hands to bring the dough together, until the sides of the bowl are clean.
    3. Empty the dough on a floured board and knead the dough for 15 minutes.
    4. Place in a bowl, cover with cling wrap, and leave for 20 minutes.

         To Form and Cook The Dough

    1. Once the dough has sat for 20 minutes, punch it back down and then divide the dough into three roughly equal balls.
    2. Place one ball on a floured board and use your hands or a rolling pin to form the naan bread into oval/teardrop shapes (ensure they will fit in your skillet/griddle). (see note 4)
    3. Put a heavy skillet/griddle over high heat and allow it to get searingly hot.
    4. Place the dough onto the skillet and cook for 1-2 minutes, it should start to puff up and charr lightly.
    5. Flip the bread and cook for a further 1-2 minutes.
    6. Remove to a plate and drizzle with the garlic butter.
    7. Cover with foil and keep in a low oven whilst you prepare the other bread.

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