As far as the “Naan Pad” or “Gadhi” they can be made in about 2 minutes with just 4 cloths, one of which should be square. We will add pictures to this post to make it easier to understand.
Take the square cloth and place it on a flat surface. Place the remainder cloths in the middle of the square one just folded into quarters and placed on top of each other. I didn’t have a square towel on hand, so I folded in a side of the red towel to make it a square.
Bring two opposite corners of the square towel together and tie firmly. Repeat with opposite two corners.
That’s it! Be sure to spray the surface of this Naan Pad with water so that it is slightly moist and won’t stick to the naan.
Also to make sure you use a cloth that is 100% natural material like cotton to prevent any colour or chemical transfer to your food.
Naan takes some practice, so don’t be discouraged when a few fall into the fire. Just be sure to make lots of dough, and keep practicing!
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