nan bread


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nan bread

(nɑːn) or

naan

n
(Cookery) (in Indian cookery) a slightly leavened bread in a large flat leaf shape
[from Hindi]
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Next we tucked into a feast of succulent lamb tikka, chicken tikka, tandoori chicken, seekh kebab and hot nan bread served with spicy peanut butter sauce.
All thali choices come with a starter, three curries to try, pilau rice and either a plain or garlic nan bread and are fantastic to share.
For four people we ordered handi silsila (marinaded lamb with mushrooms), chicken rezella, Goan king prawn massalla, onion bhajis, pilau rice, plain nan bread.
The first time I ate here, I didn't order nan bread, thinking I didn't want to fill up on carbs.
75), which although tasted great, perhaps was just a tad too runny - although the nan bread helped mop some of that up.
I don't know if the Camerons dispensed with the cutlery and scooped up their curry, like true professionals, with a chunk of nan bread.
Mr Cameron praised firms exporting goods, pointing out there were UK companies selling nan bread to India, tea to China and canoes to Eskimos.
Just imagine curried white fish on your choice of Nan bread or bagel.
Tsuneoka has told embassy officials that he was not roughly treated and was given mostly nan bread and tea for meals but sometimes meat, according to the embassy.
Such tandoors are used to cook chicken tikka and nan bread, reports The Telegraph.
The rascals were even sighted in Pimlico on Thursday night, drinking champagne and eating curry and rice that looked something grander than the bog-standard chicken madras and nan bread - edible gold was apparently involved - poor Scu