Stuffed Mediterranean Naan

This recipe is second to Naan! We’ve taken this traditional flatbread delight and filled it with leafy spinach, tangy onion, juicy tomato, gooey mozzarella, and Lifeway Farmer Cheese. It’s a delectable combination of flavors with a warm savory taste underlined by a hint of sweetness. This Stuffed Mediterranean Naan is also rich in nutrients. Spinach is an excellent source of magnesium, potassium, and vitamins A, C, and K1; tomatoes are full of antioxidants; and Lifeway Farmer Cheese is loaded with calcium, protein, and probiotics.

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Prep Time: 25 mins Servings: 8-10


  1. Dough:
  2. Take a ¾ cup warm water in a mixing bowl, add sugar and yeast; mix well, cover it for 7-8 minutes or till bubbly foamy texture.
  3. Add two cups of flour, oil, and salt to the prepared yeast mixture mix well, knead for about 3-4 minutes. If needed then use water and make a smooth dough like elastic.
  4. Apply few drops of oil on dough, cover it and keep a side for 30 minutes or until it doubles in size.
  5. Filling:
  6. Heat oil in a pan, add chopped spinach and red onion and cook down until spinach is soft.
  7. Transfer to a bowl, add in chopped tomato, farmer cheese, mozzarella cheese, and seasonings.
  8. Process:
  9. Take the prepared dough, punch it down, and knead it again for 2 minutes and divide the dough into the medium sized balls.
  10. Take one ball, dust in flour, roll it and make thick circle disk, place the filling on the disk and close the edges and form into a ball.
  11. Dust the ball into the flour again and roll back out into flat surface.
  12. Melt butter and add in salt and garlic powder.
  13. Heat a griddle, apply little water on rolled naan, place it on the griddle when hot and cook for a minute or till bubbles will come out.on the Naan surface
  14. Roast all side of the Naan directly on high flame till golden brown spotted on each side and cool on rack.
  15. On the rack, top with melted butter (save some for later), transfer over to oven sheet, and bake on the highest temperature for 5 minutes. top with the remaining butter mixture and add chopped cilantro .