I will possibly never use regular pizza crust again. We are Naan freaks up in here anyway, and it is hands down the best way for your family to make pizzas and not squabble over toppings. We can most definitely never ever agree on this subject. My daughter and I lean toward the veggie, green pizza mentality, my husband is kindof a wild card - sometimes he wants the pineapple and such, and my son is more basic pepperoni and cheese kinda guy. The Naan way is for everyone. I'll just tell you what we had to choose from and you can take it from there - and you'll see how it can be super easier than it looks in the pretty picture:
# Naan breads
A jar of Alessi pesto, a jar of marinara, and PEANUT SAUCE (y'know because of the Naan).
Harvestland pre-sliced frozen chicken strips, sautéed with some Italian herbs.
shredded mozzarella and garlic-herb feta cheese
uncured bacon bits
a jar of marinated artichoke hearts
a can of sliced black olives
green hot peppers
can of sliced pineapple
We experimented with the peanut sauce on half a pizza. Just did chicken and feta with that and it was good, but no one was willing do commit a whole pizza to it! My son did marina, both cheeses, chicken and bacon bits and I have to say, sometimes simpler is better! Although mine was best of course.
SO - Top the Naan with what you want and bake about 15 minutes at 400. In hindsight, it might have been a good idea to brush the naan with olive oil and bake a few minutes before topping, for a crispier crust. There's enough to share too - no one could eat their entire pizza. Daaaanng they were good.