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Fried Naan | How to make Fried Naan | North Indian Thali ~ Step By Step Recipe

>>  Thursday, April 19, 2012

If anyone were to ask me my most favorite dishes, I might always say Butter Naan and Paneer Butter Masala. I never ever get tired of this combination or would want to try something else. I have always been so fond of the Punjabi Cuisine that I can be content eating their food all through the day. I was introduced to the North Indian Cuisine when I was in my late teens.

For us, it has always been North India or South India, All the four states come under one and the rest of India clubbed together as North. Now of course we know how far from the fact we were. Still each state comes with its own specialty and nothing can beat the rustic taste of each state.

When I decided to do the Indian Thalis, my wish was to create state specific thalis. However real time situations work out differently and I didn't come around making a state specific Thali. However I did manage to make a North Indian Thali, featuring dishes that are from different states. I am not sure what the origin of each dish is, but it can so well fit a North Indian Thali.
Fried Naan - North Indian Thali
Fried Naan ~ North Indian Thali - Maida Onion Pakoda, Methi Kofta in Spicy Dal, Shahi Matar Capsicum Sabji, Fried Naans, Carrot Methi Mutter Pulao and Carrot Kheer
I decided to choose a Saturday for making this and though I have been mentally wanting to select recipes from my recipe clippings, I was postponing for a long time. Finally on the day, I just took out my papers and sat down to select. The paper that showcased Butter Naans, had another recipe for Fried Naans, accompanied by couple of dals and curries. I decided I was going to make the Fried Naan, and a Pulao. So next was finalizing the side dishes. Finally a sweet that can make the thali complete.

On the showcase today will be the Fried Naans that everybody loved. My kids enjoyed this so much. Konda and Pedhu loved the rice also, though Fried Naans got the maximum votes.

Amma was upset that Daddy wasn't there for lunch and told me that we must make it for him again. I would only be glad to make it again.

Fried Naan
Fried Naan






Fried Naans

Ingredients Needed:

Maida / All purpose flour - 2 cups
Curds - 1/4 cup
Butter - 1 tbsp
Salt a tinu inch
Kalonji Seeds / Onions Seeds - 1/4 tsp

Dry or fresh yeast - 3/4 tsp
Milk - 2 tsbp
Sugar - 1/2 tsp

How to prepare the Fried Naans

Warm the milk for 20 secs in microwave, add the yeast along with sugar, cover with lid and keep it aside for 10 mins. Once over, it will be all frothy.

Sieve maida and salt. rub in the butter. Mix in Kalonji seeds. Add the yeast mixture to the maida and mix well.

Next add the curds and knead into a moderately firm dough. Keep it covered with a wet muslin cloth for 2 hrs or at least an hour.

When you check once the time is up, you will see the dough really risen well. Punch down and dust with flour.

Roll them into oval shaped naans.

Heat a kadai with oil and deep fry the rolled out Naans in hot oil till they puff and turn light gold in colour. Cook on both sides.

Serve hot with Shahi Mater Capsicum Sabji.

How to make Fried Naan
Fried Naan
Notes:

The recipe might be similar to how we make Batura, however we don't add yeast in Batura. Even after getting cold, the fried Naans tasted great.

Other Naan Recipes:

Butter Naan
Naan without Tandoor Oven | How to make Naan on Stove top 

How to bake Naan in Oven | Baked Naan
Tawa Naan Recipe | Making Naan on Tawa


Sending these for my Indian Thali Mela



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18 comments :

Priya April 19, 2012 at 2:04 PM  

Fried naans, truly inviting..Havent prepared naans since a long..Urs makes me hungry Valli..

Spice up the Curry April 19, 2012 at 7:07 PM  

looks great. love it

Chef Mireille April 19, 2012 at 7:39 PM  

naan looks so nice and crispy!!

Divya Kudua April 19, 2012 at 9:15 PM  

I agree with the butter naan and paneer combo too-it is my all time favorite.I've been thinking of making an exclusive north indian thali too,will definitely try making it and sendng it to your event!

Sukanya April 19, 2012 at 9:21 PM  

Fried naan is something novel. It looks so inviting valli. Im goimg to bookmark this recipe & try it out soon.

DivyaGCP April 19, 2012 at 9:34 PM  

My favorite is Naan too. Love ur fried naan.. Thali has lot of varieties..
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Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi April 19, 2012 at 9:39 PM  

Menu looks very tempting! Fried Naans?? Never heard of it..as you mentioned, it looks like batura.

The Pumpkin Farm April 19, 2012 at 9:56 PM  

they look so yummy, i guess these are close to bhatura recipe, but healthier, your platter looks beautiful..i especially loved the color of carrot kheer, it sits perfectly alongside the shahi paneer and dal..u shud really make it again for the daddy

Usha April 19, 2012 at 11:34 PM  

Interesting, I fried naan is new to me. Naan looks puffy and mouthwatering. colorful inviting thali!

vaishali sabnani April 20, 2012 at 12:23 AM  

truly amazing..love the menu and the naans look inviting.Lot of people use eggs to make the naas ..they come out very soft.but since we dont use them this is a good recipe to try.next time try making cheese naan u r kids will love them.

Shobha April 20, 2012 at 12:50 AM  

Nice recipe of fried naans.. they resemble bhaturas a bit..and alll the curries in the thali look awsome.. a feast.

Suma Gandlur April 20, 2012 at 2:11 AM  

Very inviting platter Valli.

Archana Vivek April 20, 2012 at 4:38 AM  

Wow just want to ea them right away. Nice version of frying the naan,

Rasi April 20, 2012 at 8:56 AM  

The thali reminds of the food we get in hotels everything in a single cup, economical & so filling.. i am yet to make naan at home.. looks very appetizing!

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vidhas April 20, 2012 at 9:48 PM  

Inviting recipe. I have not tasted fried naans, sounds yum.

Rajani April 21, 2012 at 9:26 PM  

My only trial at naan had been an abysmal failure (they turned out to be crispy baked ones) and I have never tried making it again. This is the first time I am hearing about fried naans, and these look good!

PJ April 22, 2012 at 7:29 AM  

Delicious naan Srivalli. This tastes yummier than the baked version :)

Preeti Garg April 23, 2012 at 10:58 PM  

look awesome....spl north side food.....and frieed naan we cal this bhature

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