Traditional naan bread with garlic and herb.
These naan breads are really good and are probably the closest thing you will find to traditional indian naan breads in your supermarket. They come in a pack of two which is $4 so quite expensive but you would pay about $3 each for a naan bread at an indian takeaway so probably a fair price to pay. They look just like the real thing and the taste is really similar.
You place these in the microwave when frozen and heat for 60 seconds in the microwave. They come out nice and warm and you can really smell the garlic. The only thing that makes them less like the indian takeaway naans is they are not as soft and fresh but I suppose you would get that with a frozen and re heated product anyway.
We don't get these often but when I make a home made curry I will get them sometimes and they are a big hit. Because they are so big we only need a 2 pack for the whole family as I can cut them in half to divide between the four of us and we still get a huge portion.
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