This Thing With the Naan

If you’ve ever had naan at an Indian restaurant, you know that the things they sell in cellophane packages at the grocery store are bogus. But they’re bread, so I got some.

I made some pizza-ish things, topping the naan with tomato sauce, thinly sliced mushrooms, sweet onions, Italian herbs, and cheese, baked at 350F in the toaster oven until the cheese melted (no pictures — mesa eatsa quicksa).

And I made this.

Which is the same thing, without the olives and tomato sauce and herbs. Really quick and pretty good.

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One thought on “This Thing With the Naan

  1. Joey

    March 22, 2017 at 1:15pm

    I make curry and naan once or twice a year. The last few years, Moo mostly makes the naan πŸ™‚
    I haven’t bought the naan in baggies, but I must say, after seeing this post, I SHALL! Not for curry, but for that! That looks scrumptious!
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  2. India's Tandoori Halal Restaurant

    March 30, 2017 at 3:16am

    Nice to see you’re making use of naan slightly differently πŸ™‚ We have something similar on our menu, we call it ‘cheese naan’, it’s stuffed with cheese, herbs and has some spices.

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