Most recipes for nan call for yogurt and milk, but this version is similar to ones I have enjoyed in Indian restaurants. This recipe is adapted from the one generously provided by Montreal's landmark Bombay Palace Restaurant. If you want really authentic nan, leave out the yeast. Make these on a cast iron skillet, turning once.
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