Naan is traditionally cooked in a tandoor oven and comprises of flour, yeast, sugar, salt, ghee, water and yoghurt. Its birthplaces are challenged: some say its creation was the result after the entry of yeast from Egypt, yet many trusts that it was designed by the Mughals and Persian and its name originate from the Persian word for ‘food’.
From that point forward, it’s discovered an uncommon spot in our souls, and it’s not only plain naan that you’ll discover in Indian restaurant crosswise over Australia. Most additionally serve Naan finished with softened cheddar, fragrantly enhanced with garlic and herbs, or with the option of diced Chilly for an additional kick.
Here in Perth, The Leaf Indian Restaurant serves traditional Naan cooked, with Indian ingredients topped with green chillies which will make your mouth water.