3 Savory Naan Sandwiches

Stonefire Mini Naan Bread (#1686) is hand-stretched sandwich size flatbread made with buttermilk and ghee (clarified butter). It can be used for personal pizzas, tacos, dipping in hummus or oil blends, etc., but also makes exceptionally great sandwiches. Because of how thin the bread is, Naan is perfect for crispy paninis, grilled cheese, or just a good old ham and cheese club. Keep reading for some deliciously easy sandwich recipes:

Italian Ham Naan Panini

This simple Panini is packed full of flavor and is perfect for an easy lunch on a busy afternoon.

Italian Ham Naan Panini

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. First, stir together the goat cheese and tapenade and set aside.
  2. Then, spread the flat side (bubble side down) of two pieces of naan with the goat cheese mixture, placing the slices of meat and cheese on top. Set a second piece of naan on top.
  3. Then, carefully set in a warmed Panini press and cook until the cheese has melted and the bread on the outside has a crispy exterior.

Adapted from: https://www.stonefire.com/recipes/italian-ham-naan-panini/

naan ham and cheese

This Naan Ham & Cheese Sandwich steps up the game for a traditional (easy) lunch. The caramelized onions really seal the deal!

Naan Ham & Cheese Sandwich

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. First, place the naan in the toaster to heat up. Crispness is dependant on personal preference.
  2. Next, place sliced ham, sliced tomato and 1 tsp of the caramelized onion jam on 4 pieces of naan, then adding the other piece of naan on top.

Adapted from: https://www.stonefire.com/recipes/naan-rounds-ham-and-cheese-sandwich/

roasted chicken and arugula panini

This Roasted Chicken and Arugula Panini is a sure way to impress your guests with your Chicken Sandwich making skills. Plus, it’s so easy to do- but they don’t have to know that!

Roasted Chicken and Arugula Panini

Ingredients:

Instructions:

  1. First, combine the two pesto’s together and spread over the bottom side of the Naan (bubbly side down). Now, add the chicken strips, parmesan, pine nuts, and arugula.
  2. Place the second naan, bottom side down, on top, pressing the two naan firmly together. (The “bubbly” side of each naan should be on the outside of the sandwich.)
  3. Then, carefully set in a warmed Panini press and cook until the cheese has melted and the bread on the outside has a crispy exterior.

Adapted from: https://www.stonefire.com/recipes/roasted-chicken-arugula-panini/

If you like Naan, give these recipes a try!

Naan Grilled Cheese with Bacon
Strawberry Naan Crepes
Grilled Chicken Naan Wrap

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