Naan bread is a flat, unleavened bread. It is traditional in Asia, and you can use it for thousands of preparations. It is delicious and perfect to accompany your meals, as it is similar to pita bread.
Naan is a soft and smooth bread traditionally baked in a clay oven called tandur. This bread, native to the west, center and south of Asia, is exquisite for chopping into curries and other stews, until the dish is clean.
Naan is a word that means "bread" in Persian. As for its origin, it is said to be the result of an experiment after the arrival of yeast in Egypt, but another theory says that it was invented by the Moghuls and the Persians around 1520.
Today we bring you this practical recipe to prepare this delicious bread in an instant.
- 2 cups of flour, tapioca
- 2 cups of flour, almond
- 4 cups of cow's milk, organic coconut or water
First mix all the ingredients, starting with the dry ones and then add the milk, until you get a homogeneous mass. The dough is divided into 8 equal parts.
Now heat a frying pan of approximately 25 cm in diameter and place one of the portions there.
The dough will inflate slightly. When it looks firm, turn it over to cook it on the other side. The bread should be golden on both sides, as even as possible. It takes some time, so patience is required.
It is important to take into account that this dough does not contain yeast, so the height of the bread will only depend on the amount of dough taken to the pan.
This bread can be used to prepare a delicious and simple pizza, quesadillas, kebab, donner kebbab, etc.