Let me start with: I'd never tasted naan before, and I'd never made bread before, so this comes from a total newbie to this kind of baking! I used fresh, quick-rising yeast, which made it confusing to follow the instructions on the package (don't dissolve in water) and the recipe (DO dissolve in water). So I just mixed all the ingredients at once, with no proofing. I waited about 45 minutes for the dough to rise each time, but it never did quite double in size, and that was sitting on a hot furnace vent! So I don't know if I did all this correctly, but the final result was pretty tasty. I cooked each piece over medium heat for about one minute per side, which seemed to be plenty of time. It's a lot of work, but I'll probably do it again next time we have Indian food. My only real problem was with freezing it, as mentioned in other reviews -- maybe it's me, but my dough balls came out pretty rough after freezing, and the bread was a little too chewy.
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Let me start with: I'd never tasted naan before, and I'd never made bread before, so this...