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I can, but I love naan so much I could eat it by itself for every meal of every day.
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Obviously Im going to share it, later this week, but first: I had to share the naan!One at a time, brush one side of the rolled naan dough with canola oil.Mix everything together until it forms a ball.Its like my bean/cheese quesadilla of Indian food.Salt is always key!Form each piece into a small ball by again, pulling the edges under while rotating.Form it in to a smooth ball by tucking the bottom edges under the dough and rotating it as you.
Take 250 gms of strong bread flour about.5 gms of yeast ( half a tea spoon if using dry yeast.) 150 Ml warm water.
But first, this no-yeast version.
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Mix with your hands until you form a dough.If the skillet isnt non-stick, melt some butter before each piece.Like, okay yeah maybe I could TRY to make it but lets just order it because it will be way better.I did that yesterday and it took all of two minutes to find, so expect some yeasty naan coming your way eventually!You may need to add slightly more you want it to be moist, but not loose.In a separate large mixing bowl, combine flours, baking powder, baking soda and salt.Remove from the bowl and knead on the work surface until the dough ball is smooth and elastic.Make a well in the centre of the flour mixture and pour in the liquid mixture.Because I, what sound does a dragonfly make for one, cannot eat Indian without naan.