Indian/Pakistani naan is leavened flatbread traditionally made in a tandoor oven by sticking it to the sides of the tandoor's wall. Tandoor ovens aren't common in the US (outside of Indian/Pakistani restaurants), so most home cooks make it in the kitchen oven. Alternatively, naan can be cooked on a outdoor grill. Kamado style cookers (e.g. … Continue reading Kamado-cooked Naan from India/Pakistan
When I bought the XL Big Green Egg (BGE) - a grill made from made from ceramic just like a tandoor - from BBQ Galore, my first question was "can I make naan by slapping the dough on the inner wall?" The sales guy looked at me funny and said "probably not." I later understood that the … Continue reading Can Naan Be Cooked on the Inner Wall of a Big Green Egg (like a tandoor)?