BM #92 Day 6 - 

The popular Naan in a fried avatar is the new favorite with my kids. The yeasted dough is deep fried in oil and the result is a very soft and flaky bread and tastes divine when paired with any gravy curry. I served it with Chana Masala.

I had bookmarked this from Valli's space a while ago and when I was cracking my brains for the letter F, I happened to look through my bookmarks and found this awesome bread. F for Fried Naan.

Try it out to believe me, while I get the flatbread starting with 'G', ready.

Recipe Source here
Ingredients - 

All purpose Flour 1 cup
Salt to taste
Butter / Oil 1 Tbsp
Yogurt 1-2 Tbsp
Kalonji / Onion Seeds couple pinches
Oil to deep fry (I used Canola Oil)
Yeast Solution -
Active Dry Yeast 1/4 tsp
Milk 1 Tbsp
Sugar 1 tsp

Method Of Preparation -

In a small bowl, add warm milk and sugar. Pour in the yeast, mix well and allow the yeast to froth up in a warm place for about 8-10 minutes.

In a bigger mixing bowl, add the flour, kalonji and salt. Pour in the butter/oil and rub into the flour mixture.

Add in the yogurt and the yeast solution and knead into a soft dough.

With greased fingers, oil the bowl, put in the kneaded dough, cover with a moist towel and let the dough rise in a warm place. [about 1-2 hours]

After the dough has doubled, pinch 6 equal portions of the dough and roll into thin oblong shapes.

Heat oil in a pan and gently slide the oblong shaped dough. Fry on both sides until they turn golden brown on both sides.

Remove and continue with the rest of the dough.

Serve warm with any gravy of your choice.


Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM# 92

Preparation Time 30 minutes + 2 hours resting time
Makes 6
Posted by Harini R on Friday, September 7, 2018


  1. Kalyani Says:
  2. This avatar of Naan lols super delicious ; looks to be between the normal naan and a bhatura ..

  3. Wow! That is such a delicious version of naan. Anything deep fried is fine with my kiddo. So let me try this for her..

  4. Priya Suresh Says:
  5. Wow fried naans looks just prefect to have with a bowl of that channa masala, am sure my kids will definitely enjoy this excellent naan.

  6. Ah ! That fried naan is so interesting , wonder I missed on Valli’s site ! It is new for me and looks beautiful , must have made a perfect bread with Channa masala .
    Fantastic pick for the alphabet !

  7. This fried naan is just like bhatura I make. Naam mein kya rakha hai...thng is it is super delicious with some chole

  8. code2cook Says:
  9. Harini this fried nan came out so well. Looking absolutely fantastic to try out. Help me in finding I, I dont know what to cook with it. Dig all internet with citywise flatbreads now.

  10. Mayuri Patel Says:
  11. Fried Naan looks really delicious. So soft and just the right kind of flatbread to go with chana. This flatbread reminds me of langos.

  12. CookwithRenu Says:
  13. Heard this for the first time, friend naan. Looks delicious and soft

  14. Padmajha Says:
  15. Just the term fried naan sounds so tempting. Would love to try it. Bookmarking it so that one day it will help me out when I am looking for such dishes :)

  16. Srivalli Says:
  17. Harini, I was wondering who will pick this dish..and here you are..:)..that meal was one of the yummiest with nicely done!

  18. OMG! If my boys see this, they will never go back to the regular naan. This looks so tempting and I am sure the flavor would have been wonderful.

  19. Preeti Says:
  20. Wow i tried always tandori or gas stove naan.. this fried naan version quite unique and tasty too.. like bhatura.

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Search Tamalapaku

Follow me

Follow Me on Pinterest

Tamalapaku on Facebook

Subscribe via Email

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

On Our Menu



Member Of

All recipes are on Petitchef
Top Food Blogs
Blog Directory