Take one portion of the dough and keep the rest covered (it's important or else the dough will become dry).
Roll it out a little, place some of the stuffing inside, seal the sides and start rolling very gently.
Don't roll it too thin or too thick.
Sprinkle some sesame seeds and cilantro on top and give one last roll.
Turn it over and brush some water very lightly (do not brush water on both the sides).
Place the wet side down on the hot pan, cover it with a lid and bring the heat to medium. Since I use a electric stove top and it takes time to reduce the heat, I make sure that the heat is at medium all the time.
Once you see some portion of the naan puffing up, sprinkle little bit of oil on the top and flip the naan.
Stuffed Naan takes a little longer time to cook throughly. It took me about 4 minutes on each side at a medium heat.
Once done, transfer it to a plate and keep it covered until you are done with the rest of the naans.
Rub some butter on top and serve it hot.