naan on tawa

Naan without Tandoor and Yeast

Naan without Yeast and Tandoor Video

Naan without tandoor is a easy and most convenient method of making soft naans. We all know that naan is one of the most popular and most ordered Indian bread in the any of the Indian restaurants or other eating joints like dhaba and so on. These soft and tasty naans are traditionally prepared in tandoor which has high temperature and thus making it difficult to follow the naan recipe at our homes. But today we have an easy recipe of making naan without tandoor or oven. Not everyone have tandoor and oven at their homes, so we recreated this recipe using tawa.

Tandoori naan can be prepared with ease on tawa as well. If there is no electricity and you cannot make use of tandoor or oven than naan can be prepared on tawa very conveniently. Try this hassle free recipe of naan on tawa with the steps mentioned below. Serve these sumptuous naan with any curry or sabzi and relish eating. Enjoy!

Directions

Getting ready:

1. Seive refined flour into a bowl.

naan on tawaMaking:

2. In a big mixing bowl, take refined bowl, curd, sugar, salt and baking soda and mix everything really well.

naan on tawa

3. Now with help of lukewarm water, knead soft dough.

naan on tawa

4. Grease your hands with some oil and knead the dough again.

naan on tawa

5. Cover and keep the dough aside for 2-3 hours to rest.

naan on tawa

6. After this, dust your hands with dry flour and knead the dough again. Then divide the dough into 6 equal parts.

naan on tawa

7. Lift one dough at a time and dust it with some dry flour, Keep all the dough balls on a plate. Cover them with a cloth to prevent from drying up.

naan on tawa

8. Preheat a tawa. Take one dough ball and dust with dry flour and roll out to make a naan in oval shape, keeping it little thick.

naan on tawa

9. Apply some water on the upper side and place it on hot tawa, keeping the wet side below.

naan on tawa

10. When the naan gets darker on the surface, hold the tawa from the handle and flip it upside down.

naan on tawa

11. Now roast the naan directly on flame holding it in this position until brown spots appear over it.

naan on tawa

12. Then place back the tawa over the flame and take off the naan from tawa. Apply some ghee or butter over the naan and stack them up in a casserole or basket. Similarly, prepare the rest of the naan as well.

naan on tawaServing:

13. Serve this scrumptious and delicious naans with any curry or sabzi with side assortment of chutney, pickle and pickle wedges.

Suggestions

For preparing naan on tawa you can take only refined flour or half quantity of refined flour and half wheat flour.
Wheat flour naan can also be prepared the same way but it will taste and look differnt than this.

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Naan without Tandoor and Yeast Naan without Tandoor and Yeast
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Recipe type: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • Refined flour - 2 cup (250 grams)
  • Oil - 2 tbsp
  • Baking soda - ½ tsp
  • Sugar - 1 tsp
  • Salt - ½ tsp
  • Curd - ¼ cup (3-4 tbsp)
Instructions
  1. Seive refined flour into a bowl.
  2. In a big mixing bowl, take refined bowl, curd, sugar, salt and baking soda and mix everything really well.
  3. Now with help of lukewarm water, knead soft dough.
  4. Grease your hands with some oil and knead the dough again.
  5. Cover and keep the dough aside for 2-3 hours to rest.
  6. After this, dust your hands with dry flour and knead the dough again. Then divide the dough into 6 equal parts.
  7. Lift one dough at a time and dust it with some dry flour, Keep all the dough balls on a plate. Cover them with a cloth to prevent from drying up.
  8. Preheat a tawa. Take one dough ball and dust with dry flour and roll out to make a naan in oval shape, keeping it little thick.
  9. Apply some water on the upper side and place it on hot tawa, keeping the wet side below.
  10. When the naan gets darker on the surface, hold the tawa from the handle and flip it upside down.
  11. Now roast the naan directly in flame holding it in this position until brown spots appear over it.
  12. Then place back the tawa over the flame and take off the naan from tawa. Apply some ghee or butter over the naan and stack them up in a casserole or basket. Similarly, prepare the rest of the naan as well.
  13. Serve this scrumptious and delicious naans with any curry or sabzi with side assortment of chutney, pickle and pickle wedges.

 

18 thoughts on “Naan without Tandoor and Yeast”

  1. O mdm Nisha! we made Naan on tawa n it came out excellent.your recipes are simple above all your voice n narrations give motivaton to cook your dishes immediately.
    Thank you so much.
    Sudha abrol

  2. I just tried this recipe and it was a sucess. My eldest son put garlic butter on it and ate it with dhal curry. My youngest son took four. Lucky I made 2 batches. Thank you. My first try. Instructions were clear and informative and good video with helpful tips.

  3. Mam, I tried making naan on tawa yesterday for our dinner but I don’t know for what reasons naan fell down on flame while flipping the tawa. Please mam help me out so that I can make naan on tawa easily at home.

  4. Hi, mam. I’m very eager to make naan on tawa and after watching your video it seems really easy. Please let me know that can I add coriander leaves or garlic for giving theses naans any flavor?

  5. Nisha ji, I made tawa naan on yesterday but when I flip the tawa to cook the naan from top then the bottom part got burnt in most of the naans. Please tell me what can I do so that it doesn’t happens again.

  6. Nisha mam, thanks for sharing such easy recipes with us. I made naan on tawa yesterday. Everything was good but naan became chewy. What can I do to correct this?

  7. Hello nisha mam! I made naan without tandoor yesterday and my family enjoyed it a lot. Everything was good thanks for your easy recipes but I faced a problem while making naan. My dough balls dried up quickly even when they where covered. Suggest some tips to overcome this problem.

  8. Nisha mam, tomorrow I want to make naan on tawa for my guests. Can you tell me the amount of ingredients that is required for making naan for 10 peoples?

  9. Nisha mam, I made naan without yeast for my guests yesterday. Everything was good but I found it difficult to separate the naan from the tawa as it got sticky and turned out raw from that side. What should I do to cook it from both the sides.

  10. Mam, I made naan on griddle for my parents yesterday. The naans turned out crisp like papad. What can I do so that it doesn’t happen again.

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