Fluffy with crisp edges, this Easy Naan Recipe reminds me of summers in Asia.
Every summer through high school and college, I spent one to two months overseas with a nonprofit that gave teens missions and international aid experiences.
By age 20 I had been to India three times, as well as Thailand, Cameroon, Liberia, and China. India being a personal favorite.
I loved to love the flavors and aromas of India. Although I’m hard-pressed to find an Indian dish I don’t like, I do have my favorites, that years later a still make at home.
These recipes always take me back to the bustling streets and colorful scenery of India. Even a dish as simple as my Easy Naan Recipe are a pure nostalgic joy to me.
The naan bread we ate in India was cooked in a tandoori oven and was a soft bubbly oval with crispy edges.
I have remade my Easy Naan Recipe multiple times over the years in order to get it as close to my memory as possible.
There are many variations of naan recipes. In some, eggs, milk, and baking powder are used. In others, yeast and yogurt. This Easy Naan Recipe is my personal favorite!
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