Chur Chur Naan On Tawa
Indian breads prove to be an exquisite component of Indian cuisine. A true Indian meal feels incomplete in their absence while also managing to be a complete meal in themselves.What's even more appealing about these breads are the range of variety they offer - from dosas that make up for a delicious breakfast to heavy Naan's that make up the pride of Punjab. While International breads like pizza and focaccia bread offer a decent amount of range India's range in bread remains unbeatable with breads from South, North, east and West contributing to this collection brings in different flavours and stories. Today's recipe is one such naan - Chur Chur Naan and is a mix of all things rich and heavy.
I usually share recipes that are healthy and simple to make. While the process isn't complicated, It does lean more towards unhealthy then healthy but its delicious taste makes it easier for us to make an exception for our otherwise healthy eating habits.This recipe is usually made with the help of an oven or a tandoor which isn't usually readily available in everyone's home. So we would attempt to make church Chur Naan on a tawa that is easily available and doesn't prove to be much of a hassle. This recipe, though fulfilling in itself, can be served with rich Amritsati Whole and raita. I hope this recipe would remind you of the flavours Punjab offers and would act as a substitute for that craving of travelling that you feel during the pandemic.
Serves : 2
Preparation time : 30 Min
Resting Time : 2 to 3 hours
For Dough :
- Maida or all purpose flour 2 cup
- Curd 1/2 cup
- Baking Soda 1 Teaspoon
- Salt according to taste
- Ghee 2 Tablespoon + 1 Tablespoon
- Sugar 1 Teaspoon
- Water as required
- Paneer grated 100 gm
- Potato boil and grated 2 medium size
- Onion chopped 1 medium
- Ginger grated 1 Teaspoon
- Green chilly chopped 2
- Cumin seeds 1 teaspoon
- Dry mango powder 1 teaspoon
- Garam Masala Powder 1 teaspoon
- Salt according to taste
- Red chilly powder according to taste
- Coriander chopped 1 Tablespoon
- Butter 2 tablespoon
- Coriander chopped 2 tablespoon
- Finish all cutting and chopping.
- For stuffing in a bowl add all the ingredients mix them well and keep aside
- Now let's make a dough. In a bowl, add Maida, Sugar. baking soda, salt and ghee, and mix them. Now add curd and water as needed. kneed it into a soft dough. Keep aside for two hours
- Now take a Dough spread it into a flat bread with the help of rolling pin. Then apply a layer of ghee to this spread some dry maida on it so that you get nice layers and crisp taste in your naan.
- From one end start rolling the flat bread you will get a round cylinder Sharpe. With the help of cookie cutter, divide the dough into 6 equal portions. Now keep this in refrigerator for 20 minutes or you can use directly also.
- Now switch on the gas and place Tawa on it. Take one portion, flat it little bit like a chapati, add stuffing to this, close all the ends and you will get a round ball.
- Sprinkle some chopped coriander and green chillies on it and with the help of your fingers spread it and make it round
- Now transfer this on hot tawa and apply little bit of water on back side so that it sticks to the tawa.
- Cook it from both sides, apply butter and enjoy with Amritsati chilly and raita ..
Chur chur naan looks so delectable, crispy and beautifully cooked.. loved your easy and quick recipe to make at home on tawa without any fuss.ReplyDelete
Meera loved your chur chur naan. It really is a foodie's delight with a paneer stuffing. Seriously no need to go to Amritsar. On e can easily make it with your well explained recipe. I love the idea of doing it on tawa instead of oven.ReplyDelete
Thanks for this wonderful recipe of chur chur naan . Making this at home is now a breeze with your recipe. Love to have this piping hot with some butter and dahi !!ReplyDelete
Chur chur naan looks so perfectly crisp and delicious. Paneer and potato stuffing with onion sounds spicy and yummy. Can't wait to try.ReplyDelete