Pizza, Pizza, Pizza

A pizza craving hit me tonight but instead of ordering takeout from our local pizza place, I decided to make the lazy man’s version using naan bread. Naan is great as pizza crust and it saves time and cleanup. I made two kinds: 1) smoked mozzarella with red onion, olive oil and fresh basil and 2) feta, kalamata olives, sundried tomato and truffle oil. My favorite was the first version because I had one too many strong flavors in the second. If I were to do it again (which I will since these pizzas came out amazing), I’ll probably omit the sundried tomatoes.

Smoked Mozzarella, Red Onion, Basil Pizza

– One slice of Fabulous Flats Garlic Naan Bread (there are two slices in one package)

– 4 oz of smoked mozzarella, cut into medium slices

– a few VERY THIN slices of red onion

– a few pieces of fresh basil (more if you like the taste)

– salt and pepper

– olive oil

Place the smoked mozzarella slices on top of the garlic naan, layer the basil and onion on top, and drizzle some olive oil over all the ingredients. Crack some freshly ground pepper and lightly sprinkle a tiny bit of sea salt. Bake for 10 minutes in a 450 degree oven.

Greek Pizza

– one slice of Fabulous Flats Garlic Naan

– 3 oz of greek feta cheese

– a few THIN slices of red onion

– 4 sundried tomatoes, minced into tiny pieces

– a small handful of kalamata olives, cut into halves

– truffle oil

– salt and pepper

Layer the feta cheese, olives, sundried tomato, and onion over the naan. Drizzle with truffle oil, then with freshly ground black pepper, and finally a small dash of sea salt. Bake for 10 minutes in a 450 degree oven.

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1 comment
  1. Jacqui said:

    Hubby and I did the same thing this weekend with naan! We loved it and want to do it again already, so easy!

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