It’s been almost a month since I have some new cookware, to work “properly” with my newly installed Induction Hob. And Boy am I pleased with the results of using the Le Creuset range of cookware. For this particular recipe, I used my Le Creuset Non-Stick Crepe Pan to toast the Naans and it worked like a charm.?
I have since used this Pan to make toasted sandwiches to perfection, lightly grill sliced cold meats. I have yet to make Pancakes on them,what they are actually for?, but it’s so versatile that it has many other uses as well. Well I think, making Indian styled Naans on a French Cookware , is an awesome combination with fantastic results?.
Herewith is the recipe, That has been shared by a very lovely friend, Zeenath from a group I have with such lovely ladies that share n care for each other, find us now on Facebook at Watalotwegot for more such Tried and Tested Recipes And much more ? Thank You Zeenie?.
This recipe I have made many a times, but tend to do a bit of experimenting each time. This time I opted to flavour with more Garlic and Chives, incorporated into the dough.
So here you go, hope you give it a try…
Happy Naan Making
Garlic and Chives Naan
3 cups flour
3 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
3 teaspoon ghee/melted butter
1 1/3 cup sour milk(cultured milk product, available here in South Africa)
1 teaspoon Minced Garlic
2 Tablespoon snipped fresh Chives
For Toasting and Brushing
5 Tablespoon Butter
1 teaspoon minced garlic
1 Tablespoon Snipped Chives
~Combine flour,baking powder,salt and rub in ghee into flour
~Add sour-milk , minced garlic and Chives and knead well to make a soft dough.
~Divide into small balls,
Additional Notes by Foodeva Marsay:
*Sour Milk may be substituted with Buttermilk or Plain Yoghurt
*Any other flavouring options may be tried out, like adding chopped chillies to dough for a spicier naan, OR Chopped fresh Coriander, Whole Cumin Seeds or Sesame Seeds.