Naan Bread Recipe (+Ingredients)

Naan Recipe is a simple Naan Bread Recipe dish made using a cast-iron pan. Just like Indian restaurants,  they’re soft, fluffy, and covered with gorgeous brown blisters.  This is the finest recipe you’ll ever come across  on the internet!

naan bread recipe

Naan Bread Recipe

Naan Recipe is a sort of flat bread that originated in India. They’re traditionally cooked in an extremely hot  clay tandoor oven over a charcoal or wood fire. The naan bread is adhered to the interior of the oven, as seen  in the image below.

The tandoor oven maintains a high temperature of up to 900°F, filling the interior of the flatbread with air

pockets  and baking them to perfection. We don’t have a tandoor oven in our contemporary kitchens, but you can prepare  Naan Bread Recipe at home using a hot cast-iron pan on the stovetop or bake it in 

the oven.

My Naan Recipe is prepared on the stovetop in a cast-iron pan that is quite hot. The Naan Bread Recipe is really tasty, fluffy, and airy, with gorgeous golden brown streaks on the top. They have the same flavor  profile as the top Indian buffet restaurants

naan recipe

Frequently Asked Questions About Naan Recipe


Yes, it is really beneficial to one’s health. My Naan Recipe is simple and fast to prepare, as well as fail safe and can be prepared in a pan. There’s no need for a tandoor oven!


The recipe does not include any eggs. Vegans are unable to consume them since this recipe contains yogurt, which  is not vegan-friendly.


It is Iranian in origin. Different nations, on the other hand, have their unique bread varieties. It’s a staple in Iran, numerous Middle Eastern nations, and nations on the Indian subcontinent including Pakistan,  Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka.

The Difference Between Naan Recipe And Roti?

They’re both flat breads, but the ingredients they’re made using make them distinct. Roti and chapati, for example,  are prepared using whole wheat flour and no yeast. All purpose flour is used to produce Naan Recipe, while yeast  is used to produce the dough.

naan bread



Step 1

  • Dissolve the yeast in warm water in a large mixing dish. 
  • Allow to sit for 10 minutes, or until foamy. 
  • To produce a soft dough, combine the sugar, milk, egg, salt, and just enough flour. 
  • Knead for 6 to 8 minutes, or until smooth, on a lightly floured surface. 
  • Set the dough aside to rise in a well-oiled basin, covered with a moist towel. 
  • Allow for an hour of rising time, or until the dough has doubled in size.

Step 2

  • Knead in the garlic after punching down the dough. 
  • Pinch off little handfuls of dough, roughly the size of a golf ball, using your fingers. 
  • Using your hands, roll the dough into balls and set them on a dish. 
  • Allow 30 minutes for the dough to double in size after being covered with a cloth.

Step 3

  • Preheat the grill to high heat during the second rise.

Step 4

  • Roll one dough ball into a thin circle and place it on the grill side. 
  • Brush the grill with a light coating of oil. 
  • Cook the dough for 2 to 3 minutes on the grill, or until puffy and gently browned. 
  • Turn over after brushing the uncooked side with butter. 
  • Brush the cooked side with butter and cook for another 2 to 4 minutes, or until browned. 
  • Remove the naan off the grill and repeat the procedure until all of the naan is cooked.
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