Have you tried our delicious range of naan bread at Masala Island Indian Restaurant on the Gold Coast? We have so many to choose from!
Our Naan Bread Range at Masala Indian Restaurant
- Plain Naan: Leavened bread made with refined flour, baked in tandoori
- Cheese and Garlic Naan: Leavened bread stuffed with garlic and cheese, sprinkled with crushed garlic.
- Paneer Naan (Cheese Naan): Leavened bread stuffed with cheese.
- Garlic Naan: Leavened bread sprinkled with crushed garlic.
- Keema Naan: Leavened bread stuffed with spiced lamb mince.
- Peshawari Naan: Leavened bread stuffed with chopped fruits and nuts.
- Vegetable Kulcha Naan: Leavened bread stuffed with mixed vegetables.
- Onion Kulcha Naan: Leavened bread stuffed with chopped onion.
- Nilgiri Naan: Leavened bread stuffed with cheese and spinach.
Our customers believe we have the best Indian restaurant on the Gold Coast. They love our naan bread and we love our customers! So, we thought we would share a simple naan bread recipe with you that you can try at home.
- 1 pinch baking powder
- 1 tsp sugar
- 1 tsp yeast
- 1 tsp salt
- 2 ½ tbs Greek yoghurt
- 2 tbs oil
- ¾ cups warm water
- 2 cups plain flour
We use similar ingredients at Masala Island Indian Restaurant on the Gold Coast! You can also try adding your own toppings or stuffing’s.
Making The Naan Bread
- Mix your yeast and water together in a bowl and put to one side.
- In a separate bowl sift your flour and combine the salt, sugar and baking powder.
- Add the Greek yoghurt, once this is mixed in, you can combine all the ingredients together.
- Cover a flat surface with flour.
- Empty the mixture on to the surface and begin to knead it into a dough.
- Place the dough back in the bowl, cover with a tea towel and leave the dough to rise. (This can take up to four hours).
Baking The Naan Bread
- Preheat your oven to 230-240 degrees Celsius, whilst also placing in flat two trays.
- Separate the dough into 6 same sized balls and roll it into rectangles around 6mm thick.
- Wet fingertips with water and smooth lightly the over naan dough.
- Place baking paper on the hot trays (be careful not to burn yourself) and then place the naan dough onto the trays.
- Bake the bread until golden brown, keeping in mind that the dough should be cooked all the way through.
If reading this recipe has made you hungry, you can always come and dine in at our beautiful Indian restaurant. You can even create an Indian restaurant at home by ordering online or giving us a call!