Butter Naan is the most popular Indian flat bread that is prepared with all purpose flour or refined flour (maida). This leavened flatbread is primarily baked in a tandoor (clay oven) or a tawa. People also prefer cooking the Naan partly on fire. It is savored with delight in restaurants across India along with curries or lentils.
Restaurants in India serve various kinds of Butter Naan varying on the basis of thickness, texture & flavors.
Some of the most common Indian flatbreads include Parantha, Poori, Bhatura, Roti & Kulcha.
Easy to make restaurant style Naan are soft & light Indian breads. One cooked, it is slathered with butter all over before being served.
Refer to the recipe for homemade Naan bread mentioned below to make Naan at home & flaunt your culinary skills at your family & guests. Pair it up with dal or curry for extravagant family lunch, dinner, house-parties or pot-lucks.