Naan is a type of Indian or Pakistani flatbread that is leavened and somewhat similar to the pita bread. The first documented traces of naan are found in the 1300 AD notes of Amir Kushrau, an Indo-Persian poet. Its name comes from the Persian word for bread. Typically naan’s are shaped and clung to the walls of a hot clay oven, called a tandoor. The tandoor quickly cooks and puffs up the naan leaving you with a tender bread that is served with seasoned sautéed vegetables, curries, and stews of all kinds. Naan is a unique and popular flatbread with a chewy texture that has its roots in India.

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