How to Make Appetizing Whole-wheat naans

Whole-wheat naans. The Whole Wheat Naan Recipe is a simple and quick recipe and all you need is a whole wheat flour and yeast. There is no maida and no tandoor required to make this naan. Whole wheat naans stays soft as it is made of Vivatta whole wheat flour which is a pure chakki atta.

Whole-wheat naans The key to a perfect whole grain naan dough is using the right proportion of liquid to flour and adequate kneading. Whole wheat flour absorbs more liquid than bread flour or all purpose flour, so give it time to absorb and add only little by little. Wheat Naan Recipe with step by step photos. You can cook Whole-wheat naans using 7 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Whole-wheat naans

  1. You need 250 g of flour (i use whole-wheat).
  2. Prepare 2 teaspoons of chia seeds.
  3. You need 1 teaspoon of salt.
  4. It's 1/2 sachet of active dry yeast.
  5. You need 1 tablespoon of olive oil (you could use mustard oil too. Any oil).
  6. You need 250 g of plain yoghurt.
  7. You need of additional flour and olive oil (or smthn plain like sunflower).

This wheat flour naan recipe gives you a nicely soft textured naan which you will like. usually the naan is made with all purpose flour (maida). however for a healthy version you can use whole wheat flour (chapati atta). I tried making whole-wheat naan, and it was so fun! And now I get to share the recipe with you. :) I found a reliable white flour recipe and made all the right modifications for this to be "real" and still yummy. My kids scarfed them down so I'll definitely be whipping these up again very soon.

Whole-wheat naans instructions

  1. With a spoon, in a bowl add the flour, chia seeds, salt and yeast. Mix. Then add the oil and mix. Finally mix in the yogurt. It should seem too wet in some places and dry in others with other bits of flour. It'll look like you've possibly gone wrong. But that's good..
  2. On a cleaned and lightly floured surface, place your dough. Combine it all with your hands and kneed for 10-15 minutes until the dough springs back when you poke it. If your dough feels too sticky add some more flour and vice versa. When right it should be ever so slightly sticky to the touch but not enough to stick to your hands..
  3. Add some olive oil (or another plain oil) to the bowl and roll the dough in it. Once the dough is covered, place a kitchen towel over it and leave somehwere warm or by a radiator for a minimum of 30 minutes..
  4. About 15 minutes before you're ready to serve your food/eat, take the dough out onto a clean floured surface and need for 10-15 minutes again..
  5. Split it into 3-4 and roll them out into rough circles about 1cm thick or half the thickness of your index finger.
  6. In a hot pan add oil and allow it to get really hot. Once it's hot add one of your naans. When bubbles start to form, flip it..
  7. Cook on the other side for a couple more minutes before transferring to a plate (you can put kitchen towel between each naan to soak up any excess oil, but it's optional). Once they're all cooked flip the pile around so the coolest one is at the top and serve.

Common Questions about Whole Wheat Naan: What is naan bread? Naan bread is a leavened bread that is traditionally made in a lot of Asian and Southeast Asian countries. It's often found in popular Indian restaurants in the united states. It can be made with all white flour or as whole wheat. Garlic naan bread is also popular.



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