Recipe Source : 4thsensecooking
1. If using active dry yeast, remember to proof up the yeast with some warm water and sugar. Add this to flour.
2. Pizza stone enables the bottom to be cooked while broil cooks the top.
3. If you do not have a pizza stone, you can bake the naan in the baking sheet. But after 2-3 minutes you have to flip it over for the other side to be cooked.
Place pizza stone in oven and pre-heat oven to 500F for about 30 minutes. Then turn to HIGH broil.
Take the flour in a bowl and add yeast to it.
Using water form a dough.
Add olive oil and knead for about 5 – 10 minutes to get a smooth dough.
See how smooth the dough has become.
Cover and keep in a warm place for an hour. I place it in the oven with the oven light on.
The dough has doubled in volume.
Pinch a portion of the dough and roll it into an oval shape. You can roll into a circle and pull the edges to form an oval.
Apply butter over the rolled naan and place the naan on the pizza stone in the oven. Follow the notes at the beginning of post if you do not have a pizza stone.
Out of the oven. They look delicious. Apply some melted butter over the naan.
Fluffy and soft naan ready. We had it with Dum Aloo.
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Sending it to YeastSpotting.