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The clever use of natural yoghurt helps make these naan bread so soft and pillowy and soooooo... easy to make.
Kids have great fun deciding on what flavours to include, chopped Rosemary, Thyme, Tarragon whatever flavour tickles your fancy or even make them sweet with the addition of Cinnamon .
Keep it simple... don't go mental...
100g Self-raising flour
¼ teaspoon salt
100g natural Yoghurt
½ teaspoon dried Rosemary or Thyme (optional)
- Put all your dry ingredients into a mixing bowl, youR flour salt & herbs if using.
- Now add your yoghurt and stir until well combined.
- Knead into a little flour ball and cover for 10 or 15 minutes to settle
- Cut into four and finely roll our each dough piece into a flattened Naan
- Place on a pre-heated frying pan and bake until you see little bubble air pockets forming.
- Flip over and cook for another minute.
- I like to have a pot of warm water simmering away with a bowl and plate ready to place my naan bread in to keep warm before I serve.
- I don’t microwave as you lose the soft pillowy texture.
- Brush with some melted flavoured butter of choice and chopped parsley
Sauté an onion or clove of garlic( or both) until caramelised , cool and add to dry flour mix
Add a little chilli flakes to spice up the Naan
Add some sweetness by replacing the salt with ½ teaspoon of caster sugar and adding ¼ teaspoon cinnamon , serve with natural yoghurt and some fresh berries with a drizzle honey
Use as a wrap and fill with your favourite lunch fillings
Crack an egg on top and serve with bacon for breakfast ……
Na -Na -Na -Na- Na- Na- Na -Na……..NAAN BREAD
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