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Keto Garlic Butter Naan Bread (in 40 Minutes)

Keto garlic butter naan

I completely understand the longing for rotis and naans while following a Keto diet. They are such a staple in Indian cuisine and complement the rich curries and butter chicken so perfectly. But fret not, because today I have a recipe that will surely bring a smile to your face.

Introducing my Keto version of Garlic Butter Naan, a delightful and gluten-free alternative to traditional Indian rotis. This recipe is specially crafted to cater to your Keto lifestyle and Indian Keto recipes, while satisfying your cravings for that familiar naan bread texture and flavor.

Creating the perfect Keto naan took a bit of experimentation, but I finally found the winning combination of flours and ingredients. In this recipe, instead of using almond flour for easy naan bread recipe, we will be using coconut flour. Coconut flour is not only low in carbs, but also adds a subtle hint of sweetness and nutty flavor to the naan.

The star of the show is undoubtedly the garlic and butter. Infusing the naan with the aromatic flavors of garlic and the richness of butter takes it to a whole new level. With every bite, you’ll experience the heavenly combination of soft, fluffy naan and the savory essence of garlic and butter.

Whether you’re serving it alongside:

or enjoying it on its own, this Keto Garlic Butter Naan is sure to impress. The best part is, it’s made with Keto-friendly ingredients, so you can indulge without guilt.

It is thick, fluffy, and tastes buttery delicious, without all the carbs! The best thing is that this recipe needs no rest time, no heavy kneading, and no fancy kitchen mixers. Check out the easy recipe below.


Keto Garlic Butter Naan

Here is the recipe for Keto Garlic Butter Naan, a delicious gluten-free alternative of Indian roti that you can pair with most Indian Keto recipes.
Course Dinner
Cuisine Indian
Keyword Keto Butter Naan, Keto Garlic Butter Naan, Recipe for Keto Garlic Butter Naan
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 2 (3Naan/Serving)
Calories 138kcal


  • Bowl
  • Spoon 
  • Skillet 
  • Cup
  • Rolling pin


  • ½ Cup Coconut flour
  • 1.5 tbsp Psyllium Husk Powder
  • 2 tbsp  Melted Butter
  • ¼ tsp Baking Powder
  • 1-1.5  Cups  Hot Water
  • 1 tbsp Finely Minced Garlic
  • ¼ tsp Pink Himalayan Salt

For Garlic Butter Syrup Spread (Optional) 

  • 1 tbso Melted butter
  • 1 tsp  Crushed Garlic
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
  • tsp  Oregano flakes


For Garlic Butter Syrup Spread

  • Melt the butter into a small saucepan. Turn the heat on to medium-low and let the butter melt slowly. Drop the crushed garlic, salt, pepper and oregano flakes as per your taste requirement into the melted butter. Let it cook over medium-low heat for 1-2 minutes. Turn off the heat.

For The Naan

  • Mix the coconut flour, psyllium husk powder, baking powder, salt, and melted butter really well. Later, add the minced garlic to the mixture.
  • Now to make the dough, add 1 cup of hot water. Combine well. Add more hot water if needed. Make sure the consistency is not too wet. Let it rest for 7 to 8 minutes, before adding more water.
  • You can add psyllium husk powder if you feel the consistency of the dough is too wet.
  • Now, knead the dough with your hands for a minute and let it sit in a bowl for 15 minutes.
  • Make 6 medium-sized balls with the dough. Roll them circular like a roti on parchment paper using a rolling pin.
  • Heat a skillet to medium heat and add a naan to the heated skillet. Flip after a couple of minutes. Cook until browned on both sides.
  • When the naan starts to puff up, it’s done!
  • Complete until all naans are cooked.
  • Enjoy with garlic butter syrup on the top!


Nutrition Facts Per Serving  
Calories – 138
Carbohydrates – 12g
Fat – 12 g
Protein – 2g
Fiber – 8g

Naan in parts of the Indian subcontinent usually refers to a specific kind of thick flatbread. Generally, it is usually leavened with yeast or with bread starter (leavened naan dough left over from a previous batch); unleavened dough (similar to that used for roti) is also used. Naan, similar to some other breads of South Asian cuisine, is cooked in a tandoor, from which tandoori cooking takes its name. This distinguishes it from roti, which is usually cooked on a tava, which is a flat (or slightly concaved) pan — Wikipedia.

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