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  • n. Plural form of naan.


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  • Margherita Stancati/The Wall Street Journal Mini naans stuffed with Stilton cheese and topped with a cashew and coconut dip, complementary.

    Indian Accent's Summer Menu

  • Tote's restaurant reincarnated as Neel, featuring nuanced Nawabi festival food, platters of kakori kebabs, baskets of buttery naans and lesser-known recipes like chilgoza pine nut shorba and a tangy Kashmiri subzi made with apples.

    Perry Garfinkel: A Chef Searches For The Soul Of Indian Cuisine

  • There were smoky brown curries of lamb and goat, still bubbling in their rich gravies, and piles of warm naans, creamy and perfectly baked, peeled from the walls of the underground ovens, their undersides crisp.

    Shadow Princess

  • For those who find it hard to eat Rotis/naans, this is a good option. btw Anjali, you've managed to use the pictures well, even though they are not so clear.

    Silver Metro

  • The one I have described here of garlic naans, made extra crisp, stuffed tomato curry and dal makhani with jeera rice.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • So how about you cook a potato and cauliflower curry tonight, with naans and rice.

    Meatfree Monday « Me, Myself and Other Things

  • Olive oil - for brushing the naans finely chopped garlic cloves - according to taste finely chopped cilantro - to garnish

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • We enjoy naans and home-mde naans are the best, always.

    Garlic Naan Recipe

  • I found that the baked naans could be lifted off the pizza stone quite easily with tongs, even without sprinkling the pizza stone with any flour or cornmeal beforehand.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • I also liked the Cooker's idea of using white whole wheat flour to make the naans.

    Archive 2007-07-01


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