The easiest vegetarian naan bread recipe is here and it doesn’t contain yeast. It contains 6 ingredients and you can even eliminate one if you do not like garlic. So are you ready to learn how to make easy naan bread? Lets get started!
There are many ways to make naan bread. What I love about this recipe is that you can make really quick version of naan bread.
Without yeast, means no waiting time which is normally the result when working with yeast. If you want a great, quick naan bread recipe and want to make it while your curry is on the stove this is your recipe.
Easy naan bread ingredients
To make this garlic naan bread recipe all you need are the following ingredients:
- Self raising flour
- Greek yoghurt
- Olive oil
- Garlic powder or minced garlic (optional)
You can even omit the sugar and salt and have just a three ingredient recipe. But they make the naan just a little more tasty so that is why I’m using them here.
How to make no yeast naan bread
To make this naan recipe, start with the Greek yoghurt and combine it with the olive oil. Give it a big stir so the yoghurt can absorb the olive oil. Set aside.
In a separate bowl combine the self raising flour, salt, sugar and garlic powder. Instead of using garlic powder you can use fresh garlic. Mince one or two cloves of garlic to substitute the garlic powder.
Whisk all the dry ingredients through thoroughly before adding the Greek yoghurt. Combine it with a wooden spoon before you start kneading it into a consistent dough by hand. This takes about 5 minutes.
Then make a dough bal, flatten it slightly and cut it into 6 equal wedges. Roll a wedge into a shape of naan with a rolling pin.
Warm a grill pan or skillet and brush with a little bit of olive oil. Grill the naan bread for about 1-2 minute per side. Keep warm in a clean kitchen towel and serve your easy naan bread.
Curry for naan bread
Naan is great with a good curry. You can find some delicious curries on the Tortilla Channel like:
Store naan bread
You can store this easy naan bread in a resealable bag in the fridge for 1-2 days. Before using warm the naan in the oven wrapped in aluminium foil at 400℉/200℃ for 7-9 minutes.
You can also store them in the freezer in a freezer bag as well. Thaw first and warm in the oven as mentioned above, on a griddle or in the microwave.
See how you can make easy naan bread
Want to see how you can make the easiest vegetarian naan bread? Watch the video instruction below:
I hope you love this easy recipe as much as I do and have fun making naan bread yourself! Made a recipe tag @thetortillachannel on Instagram or PIN on Pinterest.
Looking to make naan bread the easy way? This recipe is for you. This easy naan bread doesn't contain yeast and only 6 ingredients.
- 1½ cup of self raising flour
- 150 gram Greek yoghurt
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 tsp garlic powder or 1-2 minced cloves of garlic
- pinch of salt
- Put Greek yoghurt and olive oil in a bowl and stir. Set aside
- Combine all dry ingredients in another bowl and whisk
- Spoon the yoghurt through the self raising flour and knead into a consistent dough by hand (takes about 5 minutes)
- Make a bal and cut 6 equal wedges. Roll into a shape of naan
- Warm a griddle or skillet and brush with olive oil. Grill for about 1-2 minute per side
- Keep warm in a clean kitchen towel
Calories: 170; Fat: 5.1g; Carbs: 25.7g; Protein: 5g;