A flat, leavened bread of northwest India, made of white flour and baked in a tandoor. (noun)
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Use "naan" in a sentence
"That garlic in this naan is in the dough, so there is a nice light flavor of it throughout the bread."
"The ultimate temptation was this olive-onion naan from the Cooker, using this recipe from Evil Jungle Prince."
"I believe traditional naan is simply kneaded with yeast and allowed to rise naturally, but here, some baker's yeast is added to speed the process along."