Well I am doing the Blogging Marathon after ages and boy I am glad to be back 🙂 This week I am doing 3 variations of naan’s. I thought let me start by doing something sweet.
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For me things that ring a bell of dessert are nuts, cinnamon, sugar and nutella. So I used up all this in the naan. 🙂
Well I am doing the Blogging Marathon after ages and boy I am glad to be back 🙂 This week I am doing 3 variations of naan's. I thought let me start by doing something sweet.
In a small bowl mix, granulated sugar and 2 tsp cinnamon powder.
In a medium size bowl, add the flour, baking soda, salt and powdered sugar. Mix well using a fork.
Now add the curd and knead it into a dough. Add a touch more curd, in case it is dry.
Knead until nice and soft.
Now add the oil and knead again.
Put it on a oiled bowl and leave on the kitchen counter (covered with a tea towel) for about an hour.
Make 5-6 balls out of the dough with the help of little oil/butter in your hand.
Oil/ butter a tray and place the balls about 2 inch apart.
Press the balls down gently to form discs, you may use rolling pin but I like the more rustic form.
Sprinkle some of the sugar and cinnamon mix on it and top with some almonds.
Bake for 10 min and then take them out. Smother some butter on top using the back of a spoon/a brush and bake for another 5 min.
To serve, top it with nutella or honey.