Goan Sausage Naan

Naan is a very popular Indian flatbread. There are different types of naans. But this Goan sausage naan is a fusion. Our all-time favorite naan found at a few restaurants in South Goa and some shacks along the beach. Tried making them at home and turned out great. Do try this simple and easy naan recipe at home without making use of a tandoor. Enjoy these naan as a starter / appetizer or along with a simple masoor dal.
  • Passive
    2 Hours
  • Prep
    25 minutes
  • Cook
    20 minutes
  • Servings
    10 Pc.


For the Naan Dough:-
  • 4 cups All-Purpose Flour
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 1/2 tsp Granulated white sugar
  • 2 1/2 tsp Instant Yeast (see notes below)
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1/2 tsp Baking Soda
  • 3/4 cup Yoghurt / curds (at room temperature)
  • 1 1/4 cup Warm Milk (not hot milk, it will kill the yeast)
Other Ingredients:-
  • 6 Big sized Goan Sausages
  • Coriander (chopped, as required)
  • Melted Butter (as required to brush on top of naan)


  • 1 Remove sausages from casing, cook them and keep aside to cool.
  • 2 Mix all ingredients mentioned under 'For the Naan Dough' till a soft dough is formed. (Add more warm milk if required). Put dough in an oiled bowl , cover and keep aside for about 1 -1 1/2 hours till the dough is doubled in sized.
  • 3 Once dough is doubled in size, lightly punch out the air from dough.
  • 4 Divide dough into 10 parts and shape into smooth dough balls,
  • 5 Apply some oil to palms of your hands and press the dough to form an oval shaped thick chapati. (Or use a rolling pin to roll out).
  • 6 Heat a skillet. Prick top of this chapati with a fork (so that they don't puff up like puris while cooking). Press in lightly, sufficient amount of sausages over the naan.
  • 7 Now, place this naan over a hot skillet, check to see if bottom turns brown (will take about 2 minutes).
  • 8 Once bottom turns brown, transfer on baking tray, turn top heat ON (broil ON) and bake naan for about 2 minutes till you get a nice golden color on top. Remove from oven, brush top with melted butter, sprinkle coriander.
  • 9 Serve hot ! Enjoy these naan as a starter / appetizer or along with a simple masoor dal. (See recipe notes below for masoor dal recipe).

Recipe Notes

  • If your using dry yeast, mix dry yeast with sugar and 1/4 cup warm milk(use sugar and milk from recipe specified, not additional quantities) and keep aside for yeast to activate for about 10-15 minutes. (you will see bubbles formed, if not the yeast isn't good to be used). Proceed with the remaining steps as mentioned.
  • Click here for Simple Masoor Dal Recipe.

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