5 Delicious Dishes That Go Really Well With Butter Naan

5 Delicious Dishes That Go Really Well With Butter Naan

Butter naan is one of the most popular breads in India. It’s made from white flour and has a soft texture that makes it easy to eat with your hands. The best part about butter naan is that it can be paired with almost anything! Here are some delicious dishes that go really well with this dish:

Dal Makhani

Dal Makhani is just one of many rich dishes that go perfectly with butter naan. It’s a combination of dried lentils and spices cooked in a creamy tomato sauce, then served over butter naan or with rice. The dish has its origins in the northern Indian city of Amritsar and is now popular throughout South Asia.

While you’re preparing your Dal Makhani recipe, we recommend serving it with our delicious Butter Naan recipe! This deliciously flakey flatbread will soak up all the flavours from your curry without getting soggy like regular bread would do so quickly—and no one wants soggy bread when they’re having such a good time eating their favourite meal!

Butter Chicken

  • Butter chicken: You can make this dish coating pieces of chicken in a sauce made from tomatoes, Butter, and cream. It’s a popular dish in the UK and US, but it originates in India.
  • Chicken Tikka Masala: Chicken tikka masala is another Indian dish that uses chicken and tomato sauce as its base ingredients. It’s similar to butter chicken but has less cream than its counterpart—just enough to give it a creamy texture without overwhelming the other flavours in this rich meal.

Paneer Tikka Masala

Paneer Tikka Masala is a creamy curry dish that’s made with paneer, tomatoes and spices. It can be eaten with naan, roti or rice. You can make this in the slow cooker (a low-temperature cooking method that uses indirect heat) or pressure cooker (a vessel in which food is cooked under pressure).

Paneer Pasanda

Paneer Pasanda is a famous dish from the Punjab region of India. It is a rich and creamy dish made with paneer (cheese), cashews, and cream. It can be served with any bread or rice.

Paneer Pasanda is often served with Butter Naan because of its deliciousness and butteriness; it goes well with naan because it’s a rich, creamy dish that goes well with cheese and nuts—two things that naan has plenty of! You can serve this dish as an appetizer for dinner parties or just for yourself when you want something delicious but not too filling.

Pindi Chhole

Pindi Chhole is a delicious chickpea curry with spicy tomato gravy. It’s a popular dish in the northern Indian state of Punjab and is made using white chickpeas—smaller than their brown counterparts and also known as Kabuli chana or Bengal gram. When cooked, they take on more of an almond paste-like texture with a subtle crunchiness that makes them perfect for munching on while you’re waiting for your butter naan to arrive.

It’s no wonder why Pindi chole goes so well with butter naan: both dishes have similar ingredients but different flavours—one being sweet, one being sour. The heat from the mustard seeds adds depth to the flavour profiles while adding texture through its crunchy seeds. The consistency also works well because it lends itself well to dipping into various sauces (which can be found here).


These are just a few of the delicious dishes that go well with butter naan. We are sure you have definitely tried Butter naan. But pairing it with these recipes will tantalize your taste buds. If you haven’t tried these combinations before, make sure you do it today.

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