My post on garlic butter naans was pending from last few months so i am posting it today. This naans are very easy and worth a try.They are perfect to enjoy with hot veg or non veg gravy of your choice.
- 200 grams flour(maida)
- 2 tea spoons of active dry yeast
- 2 table spoons of yogurt
- 2 table spoons of fresh course garlic paste
- 2 tea spoons of oil
- 2 table spoon of butter
- 1 tea spoon sugar
- 3 tea spoons of chopped corainder leaves
Take 2 table spoons if warm water in a bowl, add sugar in it and mix well. Add yeast and close it and keep for 10 mins.Then bubbles will come and the mixture will rise.Take the flour in a big bowl, add the yeast mixture, salt,yogurt, 1 table spoons of garlic paste, oil and kned it using water if required to a nice soft dough.Kned it well for atleast 5 mins.
Take the dough ball and keep it in a warm place for 2 hours, thn the dough becomes double in volume.Now make balls from this dough and roll them into long medium thick naans. They have to be 3-4mm thick approx.
Heat a griddle or tawa(preferably cast iron one).Mix garlic paste and butter and make a mixture.Apply this mixture evenly to each rolled naan.Put each naan on hot tawa,it should be very very hot. Then the naan will start bubbling on top and get golden brown spots on the bottom.Now take the naan and put the uncooked side directly on the gas flame as we do for phulkas.Keep it for few seconds until u get charred spots.
Remove it from flame. Garnish with chopped corainder and serve hot with gravy of your choice.
NOTE: You can make plain naans similarly without using the butter-garlic paste.