First time experiment with freezing extra dough balls before the final "rising" stage.
The Naan bread recipe in the Chicken Curry recipe a few days ago makes about sixteen little balls. We don't need that much bread for a couple breast halves. We set aside four balls to rise and cook immediately. The remainder we froze in zip lock sandwich bags four to a bag. Since then we have had occasion to use these loaves and they are as good as the fresh. Take them out of the freezer, as they warm up they will rise to about double. Flatten out by hand and cook in the cast iron pan with a little olive oil and sea salt.
Excellent fresh bread with very little effort.