I hope you’re not tired of seeing repeat recipes. I rarely repeat recipes since we try so many new ones. But every once in a while, we just get a hankering for something we’ve loved in the past. Naan is one of those things.
If you’ve never had naan, they’re completely delicious. Naan are typically used as flatbreads to scoop up food, like curries. In a completely non-traditional use, they’re great for sandwich flatbreads, to scoop up hummus, or as mini pizza crusts.
If you’re new to yeast, don’t worry. They are not hard at all hard to make, though I do have one tip: roll them out VERY thin. Thinner than you think they need to be. They puff up quite a bit when you cook them, and you want them thin and light rather than too-dense. You can cook them in a pan, on a grill, or (as we did here) in a grill pan.Print