This is a small amount of dough that makes 6-8 little naans.
I've started using some wholemeal flour in my naan to make it a bit more substantial. Put flours, yeast, salt and a little sugar in a large bowl. In a jug mix together warm water, yogurt and oil.
My kitchen clock showing the time I was making the dough - nearly 11 pm. Yes I suppose I am a bit mad.
Stir the wet ingredients into the dry with a spoon, then when it's looking shaggy start mixing by hand. It helps if you rub a little oil onto your hands to stop it sticking too much.
Bring it all together into a ball, adding a couple more drops of water if necessary, and knead for a few minutes (I do this in the bowl).
Break it into the number of pieces you need, roll each piece into a ball, then roll them flat with an oiled rolling pin.
Heat a heavy-based pan to a medium heat and then lay some of the dough ovals in (don't add any oil to the pan).
Cook for a few minutes until golden underneath, then turn over. Turn the heat down if they are browning too quickly, or they will burn before they are cooked through.
150 g plain white flour or bread flour
100 g wholemeal flour
1 level tsp instant yeast
1/2 tsp fine salt
1/2 tsp sugar
150 ml warm water
1 tbsp plain yogurt
1 tsp vegetable oil (I use olive oil)
My original naan recipe is here