I hadn't baked in years ...
When I was in graduate school, I baked regularly. A couple of loaves of sourdough whole-wheat bread every week, a big pot of lentil soup, and I had regular but boring meals every night of the week.
Insert extended detour for marriage, child, divorce. I didn't bake bread.
I saw the New York Times no-knead bread recipe and thought, "I can do that!", and indeed, I can. I have been making it with sourdough. I recently branched out to sourdough English muffins and naan.
I'm here because I've scoured the net for a recipe for sourdough naan and I can't find one. My Afghan cookbook says that naan is made daily, and leavened with a blob of dough from yesterday's batch, but gives a recipe made with the usual dry yeast. ALL the naan recipes I've found online use dry yeast.
I don't imagine that many Afghans/Pakistanis/Indians spend money on dry yeast when they can use free starter. Sourdough naan has to be the norm, not the exception. But I can't find any #$%#@$% recipes!
Does anyone here have one?