7.3.11

Last Minute Flatbread

I am dying to try my new gas range with steam assist.  But I do not have a clue what its potential is.  Yesterday I made a simple flatbread.

I like Mario Batali's pizza dough recipe for a flatbread.  I make a whole batch and roll them into personal size flatbreads.  The other 3 rolled crusts are in my freezer for 'fast food' some day soon.

In my pantry I had basil pesto, artichoke hearts, goat cheese and sundried tomatoes.  I wish I had thought to add some toasted pinenuts.  This is a perfect Mediterranean flatbread.

The oven created a wonderfully toasted and cooked pizza crust.  I used my pizza stone.  Perfect Sunday nosh.

8 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for the follow, I appreciate that so much. Thanks also for the visit. I will be visiting here again soon.The flat bread looks so good! Blessings jane

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  2. I am so happy to see you cooking up a storm once again in your new kitchen!!

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  3. OMG Sarah! I'm drooling! Your new kitchen has got you so inspired!

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  4. Did you use the steam assist???/ I would love to know how it works for a loaf of bread?!?!?!

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  5. This looks amazing!! WOW what flavors! Of course anything with goat cheese gets a big thumbs up in my book but the artichokes? Holy cow Sarah, you've started a craving in me and now I must satisfy it :) So far I love what you're doing in the new kitchen!!

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  6. I've heard that the steam makes crisper bread crust, but I can't attest to that. Glad you're finally getting to play in your new kitchen.

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  7. This looks like a real winner. I recently tried to make foccacia, which surprised me by turning out well. Your flat bread looks delish and the idea of freezing it is wonderful. Then you can pull it out mid-week when you need cheering.

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