Whole-Wheat Naan

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I've turned the delicious Asian classic flatbread into a "real food" approved favorite in this Whole-Wheat Naan bread recipe that I adapted from Jo Cooks. It's simple to make if you're familiar with making tortillas.
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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. They really were not too hard to make at all (especially if you have experience making homemade tortillas)! Enjoy.

Serve with this Vegetable Korma for a delicious combination!

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  1. 5 stars
    This was delicious! Followed it exactly except we grilled it outside on the pizza stone. I went ahead and rolled all the pieces out, stacked and separated them by wax paper, and then covered with a moist towel so that it would be easy to just grill one after another. The naan bubbled perfectly! Went amazing with our curry veggies and chicken. The entire family loved it. Thank you!

    1. You can try it with regular, but I’d highly recommend finding the pastry flour for this recipe. Certain recipes just work better with the pastry flour. – Nicole

  2. LOVED the whole wheat naan. Thank you for such a great recipe – easy, great tasting, perfect to add into the weeknight rotation.

  3. I would just use a bowl and a wooden spoon. Most bread doughs can be made by hand and I am pretty sure most people in India make it that way. The dough hook is just for convince. Though you will probably want to knead the dough a few times to thoroughly combine it.