The pros: Trader Joe's Garlic Naan is a very tasty bread that has just the right amount of garlic and cilantro.
The cons: Heating up an oven to 400F for a cook time of 2 minutes. Cilantro might not be for everyone. Should possibly have way to heat this up in the microwave. (I found 30-40 seconds on high made it just warm without giving up too much from heating it in the toaster oven)
The verdict: For $1.99, I highly recommend keeping a few of these on hand. If you've never had Naan, it shares certain similarities with pita bread, without being and dense. It's a very light bread. This had garlic and cilantro on it. Like the description says, it would be good with butter, but you are not limited to just that. I've had it with Italian and it was a lovely compliment to the dish.
The bag of Trader Joe's Garlic Naan:
The nutritional information:
How to prepare:
Out of the package you get a stack of naans that look like this:
After being cooked you get:
Would I buy this again? For me this a yes. It's fresh flatbread taste that is ready in no time. You couldn't ask for much more fresh bread taste in less time. Don't just eat this with Indian food either. It will compliment almost anything that has a sauce to it. Even if it doesn't, it would be good plain with just butter or even olive oil.
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Happens For A Riesling says
I really like the Naan! It's so easy to heat up and eat with the paneer masala 🙂
I think it's pretty good with just about everything. 🙂
I love making mini pizzas with these for a quick meal. Just add a side Caprese salad and you're good to go!