Savoir Faire: Flatbread Pizza with Figs and Gorgonzola

domingo, 28 de agosto de 2016

Flatbread Pizza with Figs and Gorgonzola



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Flatbread Pizza with fig and Gorgonzola. Today’s recipe was supposed to be a recipe to for the "last" great barbecue of the year. I mean Labor Day’s BBQ, with which we "formally" say goodbye to the summer.

Of course here in Miami things are different.  With this subtropical climate, we arguably enjoy summer weather all year around. That must be why I miss the change of seasons and suddenly I catch myself missing the crispy cold autumn breeze.

So when I recently bought dried figs, I thought of a pizza bianca with fresh goat cheese and contrasting Gorgonzola, and for more taste, to be sprinkled with a few drops of my balsamic vinegar reduction: more of an appetizer for an autumn dinner, than for Labor Day.

That’s what happens when you have cravings. So here is my pizza made with Artisan Thin Crust PizzaRustic White, which is my favorite among all the varieties that make up the Flatout line of flatbreads.

If something I like about this bread is its thickness: in five minutes I can have my pizza ready and what is best: enjoy the "feeling" of eating the best pizza ever without the calories. Bingo!

In Florida you can buy Flatout at Publix, Winn Dixie, Walmart and I've seen them on Amazon. You can see here where to buy them across the country.
I hope you like my recipe!

Flatbread pizza with figs and Gorgonzola | Ingredients for 1 Pizza
1 unit of Artisan Pizza Crust Rustic Thin White
3 tablespoons fresh goat cheese at room temperature
2 dried figs cut into slabs
3 tablespoons Gorgonzola cheese (diced or crumbled)
3 tablespoons bacon, cut into julienne strips and cooked until golden-brown
Extra virgin olive oil
Balsamic vinegar reduction
2 leaves of basil julienne

Preparation
1. Preheat the oven to 400˚F and cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
2. Put the bread on the tray and spread the goat cheese over.
3. Arrange the slices of figs and the Gorgonzola cheese.
4. Sprinkle the bacon.
5. Bake for 5-6 minutes, until bread is toasted and the Gorgonzola has melted.
6. Sprinkle with a few drops of olive oil and balsamic vinegar reduction.
7. Sprinkle the basil.
8. Serve immediately.
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