Bread is called ‘ Naan’ in Fasi language. In Iran we have different types of breads Like Nan Lavash, Nan Sangak such as this one:
Nan Taftun like this one:
and last but not least, Naan Barbari ( I love this one ). Naan Barbari is a type of flat and giant bread with about 80 cm long and 20 cm wide. But nowadays bakeries bake giant round shape Barbari bread as well.
Here you can see original naan Barbari:
All bakeries are baking bread 3 times a day for breakfast, lunch and dinner time, so you can get very fresh and beautiful bread from bakeries.
But when you are living abroad sometimes miss those breads and it makes you think about baking bread at home. So I baked my Barbary bread at home , however it is smaller that original ones but taste was amazing.
500 g strong flour ( bread flour)
325 ml tapped water
7 g yeast
2 Tsp salt
40 g butter
2 Tbsp extra olive oil
Mix dried yeast into the water. In a big bowl with flour add salt and mix together. Pour extra olive oil and yeast mixture into the flour. Get your hand into the flour and blend it until turns into the dough. Then left the bowl and put the dough on the working surface and knead the dough: push the dough out, then fold it over and turn it, repeat for 2-3 minutes..
Get the dough back into the bowl. Cover the bowl and let and let to rise for 1 hour in a warm kitchen.
Now dough is double in size. Slid the dough out of the bowl, and cut it into 6 smaller pieces. Take one portion of dough, put it in the baking tray and pull it out to get bigger. Brush melted butter top of the dough. This melted butter soaks into the dough. Then with a fork make small holes all over the dough. Dust over the dough with sesame seeds. Now let it to rest for another hour in order to get puffy.
Bake it in the oven at 220 C for 15 minutes.
This beautiful bread is ready now with good texture and amazing taste.