It is a mildly sweet Naan made out of Maida (All-purpose flour), leavened with yeast, baked in tandoor or oven. In the olden days, it was made just like roti. The warm water in the recipe for roti was replaced with warm milk sweetened with sugar and flavored with saffron. Nowadays, the restaurants make it like a Naan and the final product resembles Danish pastry. It is best served with Lucknow Kababs and can even be relished stand alone. It is sometimes also combined along with Nihari.