In India, Naan is easily available in bakeries. But after coming to Dubai, I tried finding it in many bakeries but with no results.Though I found a Moroccan bread Cherub/khubz which looked quite similar to Naan . But on tasting Moroccan cherub, I was pretty disappointed as it was completely different.
There are many who confuse this variety of Naan with Tandoori roti & Butter Naan. Don’t have any knowledge about its origin , but this variety of naan is completely different & is easily available in Gujarat & some parts of Maharashtra
Sometimes also knows as muslim Naan, it is divided into 4 or 8 triangular pieces depending on the size. It is mostly served with Kalia ( thin mutton or chicken curry) The taste is little on a sweet side. I have shared another recipe using tangzhong method. But this recipe is very simple. Mixing all the ingredients & kneading to a soft dough. Letting it proof until double in size. Divide into three equal parts . Roll, proof & ready to go into oven. I have used food processor for kneading the dough. But it can be done with hands too. Only massage the dough for about 6 to 8 minutes after kneading. Let’s check the recipe