I realize this is the equivalent of me showing you how to make toast, but roll with it.
My friend served this at book club and I lost track of all conversation. I think I said something along the lines of, "I only want to sit and eat this bread for the rest of all time."
And some days it feels like I've done just that, since I've made this many (many) times since then.
I've used the garlic naan from both Whole Foods and Trader Joes and I prefer the Whole Foods version (the same that I use for the Make Your Own Pizza Party). But since I'm not big on Whole Foods, I usually end up with the naan from Trader Joes, which is fine.
I've also use the plain naan instead of the garlic flavored and it's also yum, just not as flavorful.
Toss the naan into a pan heated with olive oil. Add a little sea salt (I use regular sea salt, not the extra coarse kind), and turn over until both sides are toasted.
Serve warm and oily and salty and try your darndest not to eat the whole batch.
This is the easiest appetizer or works alongside the entree. Try it! Pretend you had no idea that warm bread cooked in olive oil and salt would taste so good.