Lately I’ve really become a fan of Naan bread (pronounced Non) and buy it all the time at Costco. It's very cheap (18 pieces for $4.99.) These are like mini-pitas. This bread's particularly good with Indian food, but goes with everything. I found this recipe for it on Pinterest and want to try it when I have time. It sounds easy. And how can you go wrong when there’s only four ingredients? That’s my kind of recipe.
4 cups of flour
4 cups of plain yogurt
1 teaspoon of baking powder
1 teaspoon of salt
Stir together dry ingredients. Blend in the yogurt until the mixture forms a soft dough. Add more flour if necessary.
Knead for five minutes
Place dough in an oiled bowl and cover with a towel. Let rest an hour or longer (you can leave it overnight if you wish)
Take the dough out and cut into ten equal pieces. Form into a ball and flatten into a disc.
Heat a griddle over medium heat and also heat your broiler to high.
One at a time, cook each disc for 4-5 minutes and browned on the bottom. When it starts to puff up take a spatula and move the naan to the top rack of oven under the broiler. Let cook 1-2 minutes, or until nicely browned and puffy.
If desired, you can brush top with butter.
This recipe makes 10 pieces of bread. When cooled store in a Ziploc bag in the refrigerator.
Prep time approx 10 minutes
Cook time approx 30 minutes