Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Vegetable Flat Bread Pizza

Here is something quick and easy if you have some pasta or pizza sauce in your pantry. In my case, I used homemade left over pasta sauce. The toppings can be improvised, but below are what I used. Served with a salad, this pizza is the perfect size for 2 people. As for the crust, lavash makes is great if you like a pizza that is thin and crispy along the edges...and not much bread.

Let us get started:

Vegetable Flat Bread Pizza
  • Lavash (about 12"x16" bought from Trader Joe's)
  • Pizza sauce (left over creamy pasta sauce)
  • Sun dried tomato
  • Fresh basil
  • Yellow squash
  • Fresh garlic
  • Mozzarella cheese
  • Parmesan cheese
First, gather all your ingredients. Wash and slice your vegetables.





Soak the sun dried tomatoes for about 25 minutes in warm water before julienning and cut fresh garlic into slivers. Spread pizza sauce onto lavash...



...and sprinkle on sun dried tomatoes and garlic.



Add fresh basil...



...as well as small slices/shreds of Parmesan and Mozzarella.



Finally, place slices of yellow squash on top of everything. I like to place a vegetable on the very top to prevent the cheese from burning.



Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 8-10 minutes. Slice and devour:-D


5 comments:

jd said...

That pizza looks lovely!

I love really thin crust, so I bet flat bread makes for an almost perfect pizza :)

Thanks for the great idea!

alec said...

awesome look. I typically use flour tortillas for mine and toss them on a skillet, but I'm def going to try this version. Looks great!

Hillary said...

Wow - tons of yummy veggies on that! Nicely done.

diva@theSugarBar said...

that's just beautiful! and it must be so light seeing that it's flat bread. lovely.

Tarah said...

Yum! Such a lovely pizza. Looks awesome!