Originally Posted by realspaazz
I use Raichlen's recipe for Naan and cook it right on the cooking grate. have done it on both the gasser and the weber kettle. I'm sure that you could cook them on the bge grate too. Just don't walk away... they are easy to burn.
Cooking them on a pizza stone might be closest to the traditional way of making naans, but that's a good tip and I might try it. Thanks.
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