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Treasures From the Tandoor

No taste of india is complete (forget the flight!) without a basketful of hot and doughy nan.

Chopped cashews and golden raisins make this nan the best bite around.
By Janice O'Leary
May 18, 2008

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SHAHI NAN $3.50, Tamarind Bay (The best!) Nan, or naan, is served at nearly every meal in some parts of India, but chef Wali Ahmad makes one you don't find often in Boston. His Shahi nan, named after a royal dynasty, has chopped cashews and golden raisins rolled into the dough. The subtly sweet and nutty flavors make this bread ... (Full article: 331 words)

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