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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Wheat Naan

As promised yesterday, I am posting the recipe for the healthy wheat naan. This is very easy to make and tastes great with Paneer Butter Masala. We enjoyed our dinner heartily with this naan, paneer butter masala and sweet corn soup.



Ingredients:
Wheat Flour/ Atta-2cups
Instant Yeast-1/2tsp
Curd-2tbs
Baking soda-1/4tsp
Olive Oil-1tbs
Salt-to taste
Sugar-1tsp


Procedure:
1. Add salt, sugar, baking soda and yeast to the flour and mix well.
2. Add curd and oil and mix.
3. Add water to prepare a soft and slightly sticky dough.
4. Keep the dough covered with wrap for 2hours.
5. Punch down dough. Apply oil and pinch a small portion of the dough. As the dough is very sticky, handle with oil coated hands.
6. Roll out the ball in flour and roll it into a disc.
7. Heat a tawa and place the disc on hot tawa.
8. Cook until both sides have golden brown spots.
9. Brush with olive oil and flip it twice.
10. Serve hot with gravy of your choice. 


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22 comments:

  1. Nice idea using wheat flour ...looks yum

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  2. Lovely and delicious recipe.. thanks for the idea dear.. :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Healthy and Nutritious Naan luking yummmm.Thanks for Sharing.

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  4. Healthy and tasty naan. Looks soft.

    http://vardhiniskitchen.blogspot.com/2011/09/badam-halwa-almond-fudge.html

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  5. Wow Healthy and tasty nans...bookmarking this recipe

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  6. Wow healthy twist...looks so soft and yummy

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  7. Wat a healthy twist to usual naan, loving it..

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  8. healthy one never tried with wheat good interesting

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  9. healthy delicious and perfect naan.
    indu srinivasan

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  10. wow they look so soft and delicious!

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  11. Looks so soft and healthy !!! Great!

    From the Caribean Island

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  12. very delicious naan...looks yumm

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  13. I love homemade naan! I am glad to see whole wheat, I've been focusing on eating mostly whole grains or whole wheat items. Great post!

    What is "curd" in the recipe?

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  14. Hi Janet, Yogurt is called as curd in India..

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  15. I tried this and it cam out fantastic! Thanks for the recipe!!

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  16. I tried this and it came out fantastic! Thanks for the recipe!!

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