Friday, August 13, 2010

Naan Bread Is Good Eats

Since trying Naan bread awhile back as part of a fellow bloggers recipe, it’s been in the house pretty well full time. And to think, I hadn’t even heard of it before then – it takes awhile for the latest to get out in the country to Greenback.

We’d had it as garlic cheese bread previously and since there was a little bowl of leftover garlic butter, I decided to try it for breakfast. Bev cooked and I just had it as my go to meal of cheese toast (but with the garlic butter this time) topped with a fried egg and sided with cottage cheese and tomatoes. The little muffin was left from her trip to Ruby Tuesday for lunch. Good good.

For lunch, I took two pieces of the Naan bread, topped each with homemade pimento cheese, and popped in the toaster oven until the cheese melted a little. I considered grilled cheese, but was afraid the Naan would get too done. Added a little sliced mater, lettuce, and chopped jalapeno (to go with the chipotle already in it).

This was too good and I may have gone a little heavy on the pimento cheese - but it was too good.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.



  1. Boy, that sandwich looks delicious, Larry. I'd love to have one right noe. I hope you are having a great day. Blessings...Mary

  2. So much that you can do with Naan. Bread of all stripes is welcome in my kitchen. By the way I also loved your mac and cheese for breakfast.

  3. I love the Naan bread too. It's so versatile. It looks sooo good with your homemade pimento cheese.

  4. Sounds good---but I'm not sure where in the boonies around Crossville, TN I can find Naan bread..... I'll come and steal some of yours ---if you'll share some of that homemade minter cheese!!!!!

  5. I was the same way Larry, had it about a year ago and have kept a package in the freezer as a pantry staple. It's such an easy canvas for flatbread pizzas/sandwiches ...and whatever. Very versitile. I like the texture of it too. This looks delicious by the way.

  6. Silly boy, there is no such thing as too heavy on pimento cheese.


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