How to Make Tasty Garlic Naan with the Help of KENT Atta Maker

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KENT Atta Maker

Soft, buttery and full of taste, garlic naan roti is a very versatile and goes well with a variety of Indian curries like palak paneer, butter chicken, dam aloo and dal makhini. It is the best and most loved Indian bread that can be served in the main course of any party. However, making naan at home seems like a difficult task. First making the naan dough is a challenge; secondly, cooking it on a regular gas stove may seem quite complicated. Therefore, ordering naan from a restaurant for a party at home seems like a better choice. However, here is a thing about naan roti, it tastes best when served hot. Although ordering naan from a restaurant is a convenient option, by the time you serve, the roti becomes chewy and difficult to eat. To assist you in preparing the perfect naan at home, let us introduce you to the all-new KENT Atta and bread maker. This automatic Atta kneader will extrude dough for the naan within minutes. Here is step by step recipe and procedure to prepare the garlic naan dough with the help of this revolutionary Atta kneader.

Ingredients:

For the dough –

2 cups- All-purpose flour or Maida

1 teaspoon- Baking powder

1 teaspoon- Baking soda

1 teaspoon- Sugar

A pinch of salt

1/4 th cup – Curd

2/3- Tablespoon of oil

For the topping-

Finely chopped garlic

Finely chopped fresh coriander

Black sesame seeds

Melted butter

Method (dough preparation)

Place the KENT Atta and Bread Maker on the countertop of your kitchen and assemble the appliance as instructed.

In the main compartment, add the ingredients and cover the top lid.

Next step involves kneading the dough. For this, you need to set the time for 3 minutes from the control panel on the lid of the appliance.

The automatic kneader and mixer will prepare the dough without any manual intervention.

Once the kneading time is up, take out the dough and place is a bowl. Now, place a wet cloth over the dough and put it aside for a couple of hours.

Method (To roast the Roti)

After you have left the naan dough rest for awhile, it is time to make the roti. In this write-up, we will be sharing two methods of preparing the roti.

Method 1 – Bake roti in the oven

If you have an OTG or oven at home, you can make incredibly fluffy and puffy naan roti in it. First, roll out the dough like regular chapattis. However, as you roll, the size of the roti will shrink. To prevent the dough from sticking to the base, dust the naan with plain flour. Now it is time to add the topping, sprinkle naan with chopped garlic, coriander, and black sesame seed.

Flip the rolled naan onto a baking tray lined with aluminum foil. Place the tray in the oven in a preheated oven and cook for 2-3 minutes. Once the top of the roti is golden brown, pull the tray out of the oven and brush it with melted butter before serving.

Method 2- Make Roti on the Tava

Don’t have an OTG? Don’t sweat! You can also make garlic naan on a regular tava. The process is simple and easy. Heat the Tava as you roll the naan roti. Add the topping (chopped garlic, coriander, black sesame seed). Rub water on one side of the roti so that it can easily stick to the base of the tava. After 40 -50 seconds, turn the tava over the gas burner so that the top of the naan bread can be roasted.

Within minutes the naan bread will cook. Now, brush butter before serving.

Once you try this recipe, you will stop ordering naan from outside. Try this easy, convenient and hygienic recipe that your family members and guests will relish and love.

Disclaimer – This is a contributed post from Varsha Chana and all the links in it are affiliated links.

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