Mix together all dry ingredients first, then add the yogurt and the milk. Need the dough for 5 to 10 minutes until it’s smooth. Then roll into a ball and place in a bowl with a towel over the top and let the dough rise for at least 2 hours. Once the dough has risen, flatten out the dough to knock out the air and roll into a cylinder shape. Cut into equal portions starting with the center, cutting in half and in half again until all portions are equal. Now roll the dough flat into oblong shapes approximately 1/8 of an inch thick. Heat each one in a pan or on a grill set on Med high for 1 minute then turn, if you want to keep it simple. Otherwise cook only one side and put garlic and Coriander on the other side and place under a broiler for a minute to a minute and half. Remove the Naan from the heat and rub with butter and serve warm.
Chili Oil is made about once a month, in a large Chinese Restaurant I use to work for, and this literally is the way it’s done. It’s very straight forward and easy to make. Of course the Restaurant required more volume so I’ve Dumbed this recipe down quite a bit just to give you what you need for your kitchen. You can use this oil to spice up many of you’re favorite recipes and it can be added through out the cooking process or served as condiment for individuals to add to their specific tastes.
Chili Oil Ingredients:
1 cup Red Chili’s
2 cups Canola Oil
To make Chili Oil, combine Oil add Red Chili’s in a pan and Heat Oil to 180 degrees Fahrenheit for approximately 5 minutes, then kill the heat and let it rest 2 to 3 hours before straining. Other ingredients can be added, if you want more flavor than just the heat. Garlic and Ginger are great examples but the possibilities are endless.
Poor the oil into your favorite receptacle or mason jar for safe storage. On a side Note, this can irritate your eyes when it’s cooking, so it’s not a bad idea to cook this outside if you have an outside burner on a barbecue or something. And if you want more potency, crush the red chili’s up and cook with the lid off until there is a Red hue to the Chili Oil.