What's the best way to store homemade naan?
Amanda is a co-founder of Food52.
Keep it in a plastic bag, then reheat it in the oven, wrapped in foil. Naan doesn't keep well, but this salvages it somewhat.
I usually line my cast iron Dutch oven or porcelain caserole with clean cotton towel and stack the breads in right after making them. I cover them with another cotton towel and heavy lid and they last fine for few days. I really never tried how long because my family always eats them faster than they have a chance to spoil:)
trampledbygeese is a trusted home cook.
Best way: In your tummy!
But if that won't work, I usually fold them in a tightly woven linen or cotton towel, until they are COMPLETELY cool (up to 12 hours). Then put them in a plastic bag, towel and all, if they still haven't been eaten by then.
I re-heat them the same way as Amanda above.
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