I am counting calories and only eating complex carbs and limiting those to an extent. I used to love Naan bread, but it is naughty. I have a curry chicken recipe and I want to try and find a healthy Naan. Does it exist? I like the whole wheat Mediterranean flat bread that Trader Joe's has.
I enjoy the Flatout breads, which you can check out at flatoutbread dot com. There's lots of different varieties (wraps for sandwiches, crisps, and so forth) and I bet you could find a suitable stand-in for naan (which, you're right -- is so delicious!).
It's not as yummy, but I use whole wheat pita as a replacement for naan. It's whole grain, a piece (or half peice) of the whole wheat is only 90 calories, and it goes well with curry. I warm it up and eat it with dal.
Last edited by Wildflower; 10-19-2010 at 02:33 PM.
Thanks for the ideas, guys. I've been using the trader joe flatbread and while it is good, it is not Naan. I guess there is no low-cal/low-fat/low carb Naan. If somebody devised one, I'm sure it would sell