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  • Makes 8
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 6 Ingredients

44 Comments

These easy, puffy flat breads are perfect for curry, or to dip in soups or just as they are with a bit of butter on top.

If you prefer a flat bread not as fluffy simply leave out the egg. The garlic and herbs are also optional but I think they go well. Try adding in some grated cheese if you like a cheesy bread, just keep in mind they stick to the pan a bit more.

Easy Puff Breads


Ingredients (makes 8 )

  • 1 Egg
  • 1 Tsp garlic
  • 1/2 Tsp salt
  • 1 Tsp mixed dried herbs or 1 tbsp fresh
  • About 1 cup Plain greek yoghurt
  • Enough Self raising flour to make a dough

Method

  1. In a bowl mix together the egg, garlic, salt, herbs and greek yoghurt.
  2. Add in the flour bit by bit until it becomes a dough.
  3. Knead the dough until smooth and not sticky. You may need to add more flour at this stage.
  4. Shape into a ruff log and chop into 2cm pieces then roll each piece out and place on a plate ready to cook.
  5. Heat frying pan and add in either butter or oil. Cook on med heat until slightly browned then flip and repeat.

  • This sounds so simple. We are big bread eaters so i will definitely give this a go

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  • This looks great. Ill be making my naan bread from now on to go with our indian dishes.

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  • Curry is a winner in my household and we normally buy Naan to go with it. I’ll be trying this recipe out instead

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  • Yum. I used to make something like that.

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  • Great recipe. I always buy flat bread but these look easy to make.

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  • I used to make a non egg version flat bread with our butter chicken but this different recipe I’d like to try.

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  • Oh yum, we make similar but haven’t ever added garlic, delicious.

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  • Can’t believe how easy this is can’t wait to make it

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  • I’m glad I saw this recipe, how easy! And the perfect to go with our meal.

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  • Thanks for a great recipe we tried it with butter chicken and they were a hit

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  • I’ve always wanted to try make these, goes so well with a nice curry or dip.

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  • I have made this type of naan bread in the past and it is delicious. Thanks for your recipe.

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  • These sound great and so easy! Thanks for sharing

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  • Just wondering if I can make these with Greek style yoghurt? Or does it have to be real Greek yoghurt?

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  • making these todday

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  • these would also be great to snack on…

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  • This is perfect for gluten free too!

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  • Oh wow so easy to make will give this one a try

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  • These sound delicious! What a great recipe!

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  • Made these the other night, divine! I made extra and filled with grated cheese before cooking, a hit in the lunchboxes

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