4 Reviews

Delicious and easy! This was just what I was looking for to go with the Chicken Vindaloo I was making. To be honest, I'm not exactly certain what the bread is supposed to turn out like. The first naan from this recipe that I made was flattened rather thin and cooked up a little more crisp than I would have liked. I made the rest of them thicker (more like the thickness of a pancake), and got a much softer result, which I prefer. Either way, the bread was delicious and puffed up wonderfully under the broiler. Just keep an eye on it. It didn't take long at all for the bottom to brown in the hot skillet, nor does it take long for them to puff up and brown in the oven. This is a delicious bread that is so easy to make using a bread machine. I do think that next time I will try to double the recipe, though. I can't wait to try it again!

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Heaven's Kitchen October 12, 2005

Fantastic recipe, Better than the one shown in my breadmaker book.I will definetly use this one again.

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paul.bartlett January 15, 2006

This was my first time making naan, and it was very easy to follow this recipe. We had it with some curried chickpeas. Very tasty recipe.

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Ms*Bindy June 06, 2005
Naan bread with garlic and coriander/cilantro