Garlic Naan Swirl

Pleasing to the eyes and delicious to our taste buds, todays special is Garlic Naan with a twist.


Prep Time : 15 mins

Rest Time: 1 hour 30 mins-2 hours

Cooking Time : 25-30 mins

Bake Temp : 400 F

Makes naans to serve 2-3 people.


For Naan dough: Warm Water 1/4 cup, Active yeast 1/2 Tbsp, Olive oil/Vegetable oil 1 Tbsp, Salt to taste, All purpose flour 1 and 1/2 cup, water for kneading.

For garlic coating: Crushed Garlic 3 Tbsp, Unsalted Butter 2 Tbsp, Italian herb mix 1 tsp, Salt and pepper to taste.

  1. Preheat the oven to 400 F.
  2. Add yeast to warm water along with oil and salt, mix and rest for while till it froths.
  3. Mix the yeast mixture to flour along with extra water to form a soft dough. It will take around 8-10 min. The dough is ready when an thumb impression bounces back. Cover and keep it in a warm place to double in volume.
  4. Add crushed garlic to butter at room temperature along with herbs, salt and pepper. Keep it aside.
  5. After about an hour check the dough, if doubled in size, knead the dough And divide it into 2 balls. Roll a ball to a flat bread making a circle.
  6. To the flat bread add generous amount of butter garlic mixture and spread over the complete surface.
  7. Hold it from one side and roll it tightly.Then cut the roll at 1 inch intervals. Flatten or spread a little and place it in a baking tray at 1 inch apart from each other. Cover and Keep it in a warm place for 45 min – 1 hour.
  8. Bake the rolls for 25-30 mins, flipping the rolls in between.
  9. Remove the tray and apply some more garlic butter to rolls. And your delicious Garlic Naan are ready to serve.

I have served these delicious Garlic Naan with chicken korma.

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