Easy Naan Bread
This Easy Naan Bread Recipe really is one to impress your friends. It works perfectly with any Indian dish and my three easy Indian dips are also a must for any Indian dinner party.
The addition of the Nigella seeds is optional; however, I really think they give that traditional flavour you get when you order a naan bread at your favourite Indian restaurant.
My top tip for making this easy naan bread recipe is to make sure the grill is as hot as possible and also heat the baking tray or the stone thoroughly before cooking the breads.
You can make the dough ahead of time to make your dinner party preparation easier.
Easy Naan Bread Recipe
200g Self Raising Flour
1 tsp salt
Small pinch of sugar
1 tbsp. butter of ghee (you can use vegetable oil)
40g melted butter
1 tsp Nigella seeds
Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl
Add the butter and water and stir until a dough is formed
Kneed for 5 minutes until smooth and elastic like consistency
Place in a warm place for 2 hours
When ready to cook pre-heat your grill as high as it will go and place a baking tray or baking stone inside to pre-heat as well
Roll or pull your dough into shape and sprinkle on the Nigella seeds, pushing them into the dough
Carefully remove the hot baking tray or baking stone and place the dough onto it (cooking one bread at a time)
Brush with melted butter before cooking under the grill for 10 minutes – turning and brushing with butter every 2 minutes throughout
Enjoy with some curry and dips…. the perfect evening meal
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