Vegan Garlic Naan.

Trust me you won’t know that these are vegan…the vegan butter options are so good!

Naan bread is always a winner and takes me back to India every single time.

Make them today!

What your going to need here is:

2.5 teaspoon active yeast

1 teaspoon of sugar

1/2 cup dairy free milk

1 -1 1/2 cups warm water

3 1/2 cups unbleached plain flour

1 tsp salt

1 Tbsp vege oil

Place the yeast in a large bowl of a stand mixer add in the sugar and dairy free milk along with 1/2 cup of the water.

let the yeast mix stand for at least 5 mins until it starts to bubble and look frothy- bloom would be the word here!

Add in the flour and salt to the bowl and begin to knead slowly until the dough comes together in a ball thats slightly sticky, you may not need all the water so don’t throw it all in at once.

drizzle the oil over the dough and toss and leave covered to rise for about an hr or until almost doubled in size.

After the dough has risen turn it out onto a work surface and knead lightly, form into a disk type shape and cut into even pieces, roll each piece into a ball and leave to sit on the bench while you make the garlic butter mix.

I use vegan butter, here and just kinda melt as much as I feel I will need – 200grm for a big batch..possibly more ( can always let is set in the fridge and use on other delicious meal options!) grate in a lot of garlic!! sometimes I add in some fresh herbs, maybe some finely chopped parsley etc.

roll out each of the balls in to a mini pizza shape and heat a large frypan to medium, fry each piece till it puffs up and golden and bubbly on both sides, I then place in a tray and brush with garlic butter, when you’ve finished them all you can flash in the oven for a quick little re heat or serve straight away! deliciousness!!!

As always any questions, comments or feed back please get in touch.

Cupcake xxx


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