Excellent recipe. I have not tried this in a grill, but have opted to use the wood fired oven I built after heating it to 900 degrees or so. They cook pretty quickly at that temp. I even took a video of cooking two:(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfszsfQBlDE
I added some finely minced onion which enhances the sweetness, and on the second try I substituted homemade kefir for the milk and water. Adding kefir (or you could do some percentage of yogurt) I think gives it a more authentic taste, which is to say, more like I've had in good Indian restaurants.
Bottom line is, if you don't add some kind of tangy dairy, I think you'll get naan that is very vanilla and just plain sweet tasting. Of course, without cooking it at the proper temps, you'll have difficulty creating the chewiness and bubbling that people love about authentic naan.
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Excellent recipe. I have not tried this in a grill, but have opted to use the wood fired oven...