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  1. I can’t tell you how much I love naan! It just has the perfect tender texture that not all flatbreads have. I have wanted to make it myself for a long time now…looks like I’ve got the recipe now! You did such a fabulous job…these are beautiful!

  2. I’m wanting to try this recipe SO badly, but yeast hates me SO much! I’ve even placed a thermometer into the water to make sure that it’s the right temp for the yeast, but the dang stuff never wants to work for me.

    I guess I’ll just have to come over to your house for some of this, m’kay? 🙂

    • If it makes you feel any better, my first attempt fell flat when my yeast proved to be dead. I guess keeping it in the freezer for 2 years is a bit too long. So I had to get dressed and head to the store, where I got distracted by a few other things, then I decided I needed a teapot… it became a much bigger project than it should have been. 😉 I think you should give it a try. As long as you have yeast that hasn’t been sitting around for a while, it’s really very easy.

  3. I’ve never met a bread I didn’t like either 😉 So happy this project was so easy and such a success. I loved this project! And yours look beautiful. Love your photographs!! The lighting is perfect.

  4. I love Indian food! I’m a late-bloomer to the cuisine, as I didn’t grow up with it, but I made naan for the first time this fall and was kicking myself for not making it sooner! It’s so easy and yours looks delicious!

    Also, I made a mental note to add those books to my Goodreads–I love a good recommendation. Your class sounded wonderful!

  5. Shelly

    Hi..this naan looks delicious…love naan..it is the only reason to go out for Indian food!! You made this recipe with plain no fat yogurt. Would Greek no fat yogurt work okay? I would love to make this..and have everything on hand..as long as the Greek yogurt will work..Thank you so much.

    • I actually used the whole milk yogurt (not no-fat), but I bet you could use Greek yogurt, too. You’re thinning it out a bit with the milk, so that helps it incorporate better. If you’re worried, you could always use a little less yogurt and a little more milk, still totaling 3/4 cup with the two. Good luck! Let me know what you think of it!

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