This is a super simple, easy way to make delicious gluten-free Naan. Start with a package of Bob's Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix. Follow package directions on how to prepare dough using water, yeast packages, eggs and olive oil. Note: I had to add some additional GF flour to my mix to get dough to right consistency.
You will also need 1 stick – ½ cup of butter and some additional gluten-free flour for rolling out the dough.
While dough is rising, set oven to 500 degrees. Place stick of butter in a Pyrex bowl and melt in the oven. Keep a close eye on the butter. You just want butter to melt, not burn.
Once dough has risen, spread GF flour on a Silpat liner (or on your counter if you do not have a liner). Keep a bowl with GF flour within reach. Take a small handful of dough, place it on the Silpat and sprinkle with GF flour. Use a rolling pin to roll the dough to apprx 1/4” thickness. Use a rubber spatula or basting brush and coat cookie sheet with butter. Place dough on buttered cookie sheet and brush the top with another coat of melted butter. Repeat the process with all the dough remembering to add GF flour to the Silpat as needed to keep dough from sticking.
Place cookie sheet with bread on the top rack of the oven. Keep a close eye on your bread while it cooks. You want for it to brown and slightly burn, but not for it to become hard like a hockey puck. Bread will bake for approx 7 minutes but be sure to check and make sure you are not over or under cooking the bread.
Serve your gluten-free Naan with your favorite Indian dish. Naan also freezes well for future use.