While store-bought naan offers a convenient option, its appeal can quickly fade when you realize the hidden downsides. Many brands are packed with unnecessary preservatives and additives, compromising your health for shelf life. Additionally, store-bought naan often falls short on protein content, a crucial nutrient for building and maintaining muscle. This leaves you feeling less satisfied and potentially fueling cravings for less nutritious snacks. By making your own naan, you can control the ingredients, ensuring it's both wholesome and packed with protein, making it a more satisfying and healthier choice.
Forget store-bought naan! This 2-ingredient recipe delivers fresh, fluffy, high-protein naan bread that's incredibly easy to make and ready in minutes.
Just two simple ingredients:
- 1 cup self-rising flour (see recipe below to make your own) - This provides the base and rise for the naan and contributes to the protein content.
- 1/2 cup Greek yogurt - This adds moisture and tanginess to the dough, and is an excellent source of protein, helping to make this naan a healthy choice.
That's it! No yeast, no wait time, just delicious homemade naan bread perfect for dipping in curries, soups, or enjoying on its own. Perfect for those on a high-protein diet!
Here's why you'll love this recipe:
- Effortlessly Simple: Only two ingredients and minimal steps make this recipe perfect for busy weeknights.
- Incredibly Flavorful: The self-rising flour and Greek yogurt create a light and fluffy naan with a subtle tang.
- Quick and Easy: No yeast or rise time means you can have warm, homemade naan on your table in less than 30 minutes.
- High Protein: This naan packs a protein punch, thanks to the self-rising flour and Greek yogurt, making it a great choice for athletes and those looking to increase their protein intake.
- Perfectly Versatile: Enjoy plain, drizzle with olive oil and sea salt, or brush with garlic butter for a delicious twist.
Ready to experience the magic of high-protein 2-ingredient naan? Click here for the full recipe and step-by-step instructions. You'll be amazed at how easy and delicious homemade naan can be!
Bonus: This recipe is also easily customizable. Add a pinch of cumin or turmeric for a more Indian flavor, or brush with melted butter and sprinkle with chopped fresh herbs for a touch of Mediterranean flair.
Two Ingredient Naan Bread
This recipe for 2-ingredient naan bread is perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy delicious, homemade naan without the fuss. Made with just self-rising flour and Greek yogurt, this recipe is quick, easy, and requires no yeast or rise time. In addition to being simple to make, this naan is also high in protein, thanks to the Greek yogurt. It's also versatile and can be enjoyed plain, with olive oil and sea salt, or brushed with turmeric garlic butter.
- 2 c Self Rising Flour
- 1 c Greek Yogurt Full Fat
Homemade Self Rising Flour
- 2 c All Purpose Flour
- 3 tsp Baking Powder
- 1/2 tsp Salt
Turmeric Garlic Herb Butter
- 1/2 stick Butter or Ghee
- 2 tsp Turmeric
- Dash Sea Salt + Black Pepper
- Chopped Fresh Herbs (Parsley)
Create self rising flour by sifting together AP flour, baking powder and salt.
Add greek yogurt to the bowl with flour mixture and mix until dough forms
Once dough is formed, cut into even pieces
Roll out dough balls on parchment with rolling pin
Once dough balls are flat, place on pan medium high heat for about 2 minutes on each side
Melt butter and spices together, add in fresh herbs
Paint melted butter on fresh naan bread + enjoy! Try it as a side with my Mediterranean Kefta Plate
More Tips for Making the Perfect 2-Ingredient Naan Bread:
- Slightly sticky: This is the ideal dough consistency. If it's too dry, add a bit more yogurt. If it's too wet, add a sprinkle of flour.
- Don't over-knead: Knead just enough to bring the dough together. Over-kneading will make the naan tough.
- Lightly flour the surface: This will prevent the dough from sticking.
- Use a rolling pin: Roll out the dough into an even circle, about 1/4 inch thick.
- Don't be afraid to stretch it: The naan will puff up while cooking, so it's okay to stretch it out a bit thinner than you think.
Tips for Flavor:
- Heat the pan before adding the naan: This will help the naan cook evenly and prevent it from sticking.
- Medium heat is ideal: Too high of heat will burn the naan, and too low of heat will make it soggy.
- Watch for bubbles: Once you see bubbles forming on the surface of the naan, it's time to flip it.
- Cook for a few minutes per side, or until golden brown.
- Brush with melted butter or olive oil: This will add richness and flavor to the naan.
- Sprinkle with chopped fresh herbs: Cilantro, parsley, or mint are all great options.
- Try different spices: Cumin, turmeric, coriander, or za'atar can all add a unique flavor to your naan.
- Get creative with toppings: Try naan with your favorite dipping sauces, grilled meats, or vegetables.
- Store leftover naan in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 days.
- You can also reheat naan in a skillet or microwave.
- You can prepare the dough up to a day ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator.
- Let the dough come to room temperature before rolling it out.
With these tips and a little practice, you'll be making perfect 2-ingredient naan bread in no time!
- Naan is too dry: Add a bit more yogurt to the dough or brush it with melted butter or olive oil after cooking.
- Naan is too tough: Over-kneading the dough can make it tough. Next time, try kneading for a shorter period of time.
- Naan is sticking to the pan: Make sure the pan is hot enough before adding the naan. You can also sprinkle a bit of flour on the pan.