The Naan Flatbread (Garlic and Regular) at Aldi are Great for Pizza!

Aldi is selling their Specially Selected brand naan bread in four count pack.  The flatbread, available as either garlic or regular flavor, is thicker than the naan that I get at Indian restaurants which makes it perfect for making flatbread pizzas.

Keep reading and we will cover:

  • Calories and Nutrition
  • How to Heat the Naan
  • How to Make a Naan Flatbread Pizza

Specially Selected Naan Bread at Aldi

Calories and Nutrition

One flatbread has three servings and each serving has the following nutritional information:

  • Calories: 120
  • Fat: 3.5g (4% DV)
  • Cholesterol: 5mg (2% DV)
  • Sodium: 290mg (13% DV)
  • Total Carbs: 20g (7% DV)
  • Protein: 4g

The packaging makes no special claims regarding being organic, non-GMO, etc.

Aldi Naan Bread Nutrition

Heating Instructions

The packaging provides instructions for heating the naan with an oven, grill and microwave.

In general you heat the naan by:

  • Removing it from the packaging.
  • Misting both sides lightly with water or brushing with olive oil.
  • Heating in a 400F oven for 2-3 minutes or wrapping in a paper towel and microwaving for one minute.

Once the naan is heated it becomes soft and tender.  The warmed bread is a great to serve with traditional Indian dishes like Madras Lentils.

How to Make Flatbread Pizza

These large flatbreads are great for making pizzas.

The bread has a “charred and bubbly” side and a plain, flat side. When I make pizza I place the charred side gown and use the flat plain side to hold the toppings.

Large naan bread

My favorite pizza is inspired by the chicken panini recipe on the packaging.  I top the flatbread with:

I place the pizza in my Ninja Foodi air fryer and cook it in “Bake” mode at 425F for 8 minutes.

The pizza is absolutely delicious.  My daughter declared that it looks and tastes like an appetizer you would get at a fancy restaurant.

Naan Bread Pizza with Pesto Chicken

Another aspect that I enjoy about using these flatbreads for pizza is they are small enough that you can personalize the toppings without making a big fuss.  It is no big deal to make four different pizzas so everyone can get exactly what they want!


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