British pronunciation/nˈɑːn/
American pronunciation/nˈɑːn/

a round flat yeast bread that is baked in a clay oven, originally from South Asia

What is "naan"?


Naan is a type of flatbread that is popular in Indian, Pakistani, and Middle Eastern cuisines. It is typically made from a mixture of flour, water, yeast, and salt, which is then kneaded and rolled out into thin disks. Naan is traditionally cooked in a tandoor oven, which gives it a distinctive charred and slightly chewy texture. It can be plain or flavored with ingredients such as garlic, herbs, or cheese, and is often brushed with butter or ghee before serving. Naan is a versatile bread that is often served with a variety of dishes, such as curries, kebabs, or biryanis, and can also be used as a wrap for sandwiches or as a base for pizzas. It is a beloved staple of Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine and can be found in many restaurants and cafes in those regions. Naan can also be made at home using a variety of recipes and techniques, making it a fun and rewarding bread to bake.

Copyright © 2024 Langeek Inc. | All Rights Reserved | Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2024 Langeek Inc.
All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy
langeek application

Download Mobile App


app store