(From Our Glossary Feature)
Naan is a round leavened white bread (though sometimes made with whole wheat) that is usually served in Indian restaurants as an appetizer. It is typically cooked in a tandoor oven (a clay oven used to cook many types of Indian food) and it has a soft and chewy texture to it. Naan can be topped a number of different items, including cheese, garlic, onions, and butter.
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