Can you imagine a feast without some naans on the table? At least we can't. Pair it with dal makhani, kadhai paneer or butter chicken - a naan or two helps us put together a wholesome and lavish meal every single time. In fact, naan has been a part of our food culture since eons. This leavened tandoor baked maida bread tastes like what we assume clouds would taste like. The fluffy, soft and airy texture of naan is what makes it so special. It's this texture that makes it so wonderful to pair it with sabzi or dal - subsequently, making it a popular food among one and all.
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However, naans are rarely considered a dish of its own and cannot be enjoyed solo. Yet, at the same time, you can never have butter chicken without some naans by the side. Right? These two dishes complement each other and to eat one without the other just doesn't make sense.
Considering the popularity, we bring you a list of different types of naans that will make your meal a delicious affair every single time.
Here're 5 Naan Recipes To Put Together A Wholesome Meal:
1. Classic Naan
The classic plain naan is one of the easiest naan recipes to try at home. It uses the flavours of dough to accentuate the naan. The emphasis is on the smooth and fluffy texture that will melt in your mouth the second you bite into it. Click here for the recipe.
2. Kulcha Naan
This is the crossover episode all the kulcha lovers and naan lovers have been waiting for. Next time when you are craving for both, you don't have to prepare a kulcha and a naan separately; instead, just make kulcha naan and you are good to go! Click here for the recipe.
3. Tandoori Garlic Naan
The tandoori garlic naan recipe is very similar to the classic naan, with some garlic-y flavour added to it. People who love the strong aroma of garlic, will fall for this dish in no time. Find the recipe here.
4. Soya Methi Garlic Naan
The soya methi garlic naan gives you the wholesome taste of the garlic naan with the goodness of methi and soya. The best part about the recipe is that you don't need soya for it - instead, we use soya flour in the recipe. Find the recipe here.
5. Chur Chur Naan
This naan recipe is for the seasoned chefs at home. This chur chur naan recipe will help you make the perfect naan ever! It will result in a crunchy flaky texture along with the fluffiness of naan. Sounds delicious, right? Click here for the recipe.
Try out these recipes and let us know your favourite, in the comments section below.