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4 Naan breads: 99p @ Sainsburys

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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
Naan Bread BOGOF

Sainsbury's Plain Naan 2x 160g

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#2
Breed?? ;-)
#3
are there gonna be mini nans runnin about in 9 months?
#4


They are mini naans.
The deal in question is for fully grown up naans ;-)
#5
Morrisons regularly have 4 naans for 75p (bogof).
#6
camcorderkid
Morrisons regularly have 4 naans for 75p (bogof).


:thumbsup:

Will not be long though until we say BOGOF to BOGOF's :-(
#7
Got the garlic and corriander ones for 20p.

And froze them! Brilliant! 10 Nans for a £1.

(BTW nan is not bread)
#8
Being Indian I dont actually know any Indians who eat naan bread......when i go to India i dont see anyone eating naan bread either....lol

Its all about the ROTI ;-) or ROTLI as they say in my region of gujerat :-)
#9
They're fairly good in lidl....not sure on the price but they're nice. It's fairly easy to make them as well....just look on videojug.
#10
Neiliboy
Being Indian I dont actually know any Indians who eat naan bread......when i go to India i dont see anyone eating naan bread either....lol

Its all about the ROTI ;-) or ROTLI as they say in my region of gujerat :-)


Roti/nan almost same thing. I eat nan/roti all the time. But I'm not inidan.
#11
rash
Roti/nan almost same thing. I eat nan/roti all the time. But I'm not inidan.


They're *completely* different dude.......
#12
Neiliboy
They're *completely* different dude.......


Depends indian people call buns nan, where as if you goto a takeaway and ask for nan you will get a proper nan.

Nan is basically roti but with white flour, thicker and more softer.

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