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 10 Popular Indian Naan Recipes

  Last Updated : Aug 05,2020






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10 Popular Indian Naan Recipes 

10 Popular Naan Recipes. Out of all the North Indian flatbreads, naan is the most famous and preferred one. They are traditionally made with plain flour dough and cooked in a tandoor which is a clay pot oven. As tandoor is not available at everyone's house, we bring to you a variety of naan recipes that can be cooked easily on a regular stove in your own kitchen. Also, the addition of yeast to the dough helps in making soft and fluffy naan.

1. Butter naan is the most frequently ordered at restaurants. Even kids devour it. Sprinkled with sesame seeds and smeared generously with butter tastes amazing with Punjabi subzis and wholesome dals.

Tawa Naan ( Without Tandoor), Tawa Butter Naan

Tawa Naan ( Without Tandoor), Tawa Butter Naan

2. You can even replicate the same taste and texture of a Tandoori naan using a pressure cooker. Enhance the flavor of butter naan by placing finely chopped garlic on a rolled naan and cooking it in open flame. 

Pressure Cooker Naan, Naan with Yeast

Pressure Cooker Naan, Naan with Yeast

3. Don’t have a tandoor? Try this Non-tandoor version of naan – Tawa Naan. And don’t forget to smear butter on top to enjoy its true flavours and texture.

4. Garlic naan tastes delicious as it is and also, the small pieces of garlic give a nice bite to it. Those who love garlic, never miss out on relishing it at parties and restaurants.

 Garlic Naan ( Kebabs and Tikkis Recipe)
 Garlic Naan

5. To make naan more filling, stuff them with tongue-tickling mixture of paneer or cheese and make delectable Masala Paneer Naan. Luscious stuffing of cottage cheese perked up with coriander and green chillies is just irresistible.

Masala Paneer Naan ( Roti and Subzis)

Masala Paneer Naan ( Roti and Subzis)

6. Mini Chilli Cheese Naan is for all cheese lovers. Serve these naan with a spicy curries or subzis to make a memorable meal. This is best suited for kids together.

Mini Chilli Cheese Naan, Cheese Naan On Tava Without Tandoor

Mini Chilli Cheese Naan, Cheese Naan On Tava Without Tandoor

7. If you want to try a royal naan, then go in for Nawabi Naan. It is a tandoori style naan which is stuffed with cashews, pistachios and almonds for that Mughlai touch. 

Nawabi Naan

Nawabi Naan

8. Stuffed Pudina Naan is yet another Indian bread which you will not repent for trying it at home. Fresh pudina leaves mixed with cumin seeds, green chillies, sugar and lemon juice is quite refreshing. Follow the dough-making process properly and you will end up with the best naan, which is bound to become the talk of the town.

Pudina NaanPudina Naan

9. Searching for a yeast-free naan? Butter Naan without Yeast is just for you. Made with a combination of curd, baking powder, baking soda for that perfect texture of naan, you won’t miss the yeast variant.

 Butter Naan Without Using Yeast, Naan Made On Stove Top Or Tava
 Butter Naan Without Using Yeast, Naan Made On Stove Top Or Tava

10. If you are looking for healthy variants to the traditional naan then try substituting plain flour with wheat flour.

Whole Wheat Coriander and Sesame Seeds Naan is a sumptuous preparations which you can relish with delectable sabzis.

 Whole Wheat Coriander and Sesame Seeds Naan
 Whole Wheat Coriander and Sesame Seeds Naan

It's fun making Naan at home and follow our pick of 10 Popular Naan Recipes.

10 popular indian naan recipes

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 by Tarla Dalal
Think Nawabi, and luxury is the first word that comes to mind! Indeed, what better way to recreate that richness than by using mixed nuts. This scrumptious Nawabi Naan is an amazing creation of traditional tandoori naan studded with nuts. This gives you a lovely texture and mildly sweet flavour as you chew on the naan. Once you sprinkle the nuts on the rolled dough, roll it lightly once again, so that they stick to the dough and do not fall off when cooked in the tava. Serve this naan with a tangy, spicy Subzis / Curries to make a memorable meal.
Exquisitely flavoured leavened bread cooked in a tandoor! i have added some garlic cloves to the naan dough to enhance its flavour.
Masala paneer naan: a flavourful stuffed naan with a filling of paneer, green chillies and coriander, masala paneer naan is indeed a dish that will set you apart as a gourmet chef! it cooks really well on a tava without the need for a tandoor.
The all-time tandoori favourite, now ready to make in your own kitchen, and that too using readily available ingredients! Perked up with a delectable phudina paste made of mint, cumin and other ingredients, naan turns into an appetizingly coloured dish with an attractive flavour. Use butter rather than oil to brush the Phudina Naan while cooking, in order to get a rich aroma and ideal texture. Serve accompanied with any subzi of your choice. I suggest you serve with Aloo Lajawab or Baby Corn Aur Paneer ka Salan or Malai Kofta . Tastes great also with Dhabey ki Dal .
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 by Tarla Dalal
The chewiness of plain flour naan can be quite tiresome after a helping! This sumptuous Soya Methi Garlic Naan made of fenugreek leaves and soya flour is not only rich in iron and low in calories, but also more enjoyable, with loads of garlic that not only imparts a nice flavour but also aids in reducing blood pressure. Enjoy this tasty naan without compromising on health!
Um, a whiff of this aromatic naan is enough to kindle your appetite. The peppy smell and flavour of coriander and sesame seeds make this whole wheat naan a brilliant choice for the main course . It has a grand air about it, which makes it apt for a festive menu, as much as for a regular day. Serve the Whole Wheat Coriander and Sesame Seeds Naan hot and fresh, greased with a dollop of butter to enhance its aroma further with a subzi of your choice. You can also try stuffed naans like Mini Chilli Cheese Naan and Masala Paneer Naan .
tawa naan recipe | butter naan without tandoor | restaurant style naan at home | with amazing 26 images. This tawa naan recipe is a butter naan without tandoor and done as a restaurant style naan at home. Naan is the most well-known Indian bread and is popular the world over. The naan is leavened bread prepared in the traditional tandoor but here we give you an easier method to make tawa naan recipe. Most Indian’s don’t have tandoors in thier kitchens, but all do have a tawa. So this is the most popular way to make tawa naan recipe at home. You can give a variation to naan by adding ingredients like coriander, mint, paneer, garlic, etc. Naan itself has a lot many variants, butter naan, garlic naan, cheese garlic naan, you can give it whatever flavor that you wish to. Making tawa naan at home is not at all complex. We have made restaurant style naan by ingredients that are easily available in every house pantry. Naan is prepared and relished in many ways yet the basic and authentic recipe remains the same. Traditionally, naan is made using refined flour, yet you can substitute it with whole wheat flour. We have made our tawa butter naan using refined flour and have used yeast. Yet some people use curd and baking soda for the fermentation of the flour. Be very careful while kneading the tawa naan dough as if the dough would have not been kneaded well, the naan will come out chewy. Naan is traditionally cooked in an earthen pot which is known as tandoor and has a smoky flavor. We have made restaurant style naan at home which tastes great and goes well with Punjabi sabzis. The seasoning of nigella seeds on top gives it a unique taste. Serve them hot with any Subzis or Dals of your choice. Enjoy tawa naan recipe | butter naan without tandoor | restaurant style naan at home | with detailed step by step recipe photos and video below.
Naan is an Indian bread that is famous all over the world. While authentic naan is made in a clay oven or tandoor, this recipe lets you replicate the same taste and texture using a pressure cooker, a handy utensil that almost every Indian kitchen has! The Pressure Cooker Naan is a typical example of ingenuity winning over inability. Not everybody has a tandoor to experiment with, but a pressure cooker is something everybody has. So, why not put that to good use! The pressure cooker, placed upside down on the stove, emulates the same environment as a tandoor and gives the naan the same special wood-fired aroma and texture. Try it to believe us. Have a go at other pressure cooker recipes like Pindi Chole and Panchratni Dal .
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 by Tarla Dalal
Originally from Punjab, naan is a dish we almost always order at restaurants because of the misconception that it is tough to make at home! Why don’t you give it a try now? Not only is this Soya Naan easy to prepare but very nutritious too, because of the fortification of whole wheat flour with soya flour, along with the use of curds and soya oil too. If you are under the impression that tava cooking will not result in the same aroma and texture as a tandoor, try this sequence of tava and open flame cooking for a pleasant surprise!
You would have tasted Indian breads stuffed with potatoes, methi, mint, veggies and varied other options, but have you ever tried naan stuffed with rice? Rice, when combined with cheese and chilli flakes makes a very interesting stuffing for handy mini-sized naans that are ideal for cocktail parties. Innovative to the core, this Mini Chilli Cheese Naan is a starter that will unfailing bring compliments your way! Also try other naans like Masala Paneer Naan and Nawabi Naan .
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