You know those piles of delicious naan bread you get at your favorite Indian restaurant? You can make something similar in your own kitchen, with basically no effort whatsoever! Biscuit Naan uses classic buttery biscuits as the base and then pan-fries them until golden and crisp on the outside, creating that distinct and delicious naan texture. Brush them with melted garlic butter and marvel at what Biscuit Naan can do! Dip them in sauces, scoop up chicken tikka masala, or just snack on them. It’s like the best new way to make garlic bread!


  • 6 ounces canned biscuits
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 2 tablespoons salted butter, melted
  • fresh herbs, optional, such as parsley, to taste, chopped, for garnish


Step 1 –Separate the dough into individual biscuits.

Step 2 –Flatten each of the biscuits into 6-inch-diameter circles.

Step 3 –In a small bowl, add the garlic and the melted butter and mix to combine.

Step 4 –Heat a skillet over low heat.

Step 5 –Add the biscuits to the hot skillet in batches, making sure there is enough room to flip them, and cook until golden, about 2 minutes per side.

Step 6 –Transfer the biscuits from the skillet and brush them with the melted butter.

Step 7 –Repeat with the remaining dough circles and the remaining butter mixture.

Step 8 –Serve garnished with the fresh herbs.