Garlic naan…..one of the best forms of bread in my personal opinion.
So I’ve been eating naan my whole life, but I only recently realised that it only takes a few ingredients to make. I assumed it would be a complicated process but it not….at all. Will I only be having homemade naan from now on? No. Definitely not, but this is a great recipe if you’re ever feeling like eating fresh naan and you have some extra time on your hands.
Traditionally, naan is cooked in a tandoor. I don’t have one of those casually lying around so I think the best alternative way to cook these is by using a cast iron skillet.
A cast iron skillet does the best job at getting the high temperature that you need and it also does the best job at getting that smokey flavour. However, if you don’t have one, that’s ok you can absolutely still make them. Just use a regular pan and make sure it very hot before you throw the naan on to it!