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Unemployed Cooking: Flat Bread Pesto Veggie Pizzas

Posted by kathleenerindavis on March 23, 2010

Yes, I’ve been out of a job for about a month and a half and I haven’t been posting weekly “unemployed cooking” posts. Partly I’ve been cooking the same things and partly life has gotten in the way. But I got inspired yesterday by Serious Eats, and decided to make my own version of a flat bread pesto veggie pizza I saw on the site. I was too lazy to make my own bread, so I used premade Nann Bread brushed with olive oil, which worked well.

After brushing with oil, I covered each in pesto and put the following fresh veggies on top:

  • Asparagus
  • Red and Yellow Bell Peppers
  • Red Onions
  • Baby Portabella Mushrooms
  • Grated Parmesan Cheese

Bake at 350 for 15 min. Makes 2 personal sized pizzas (I also had a lot of veggies left over). Was very very yummy!

I also made the artichoke dip that I made for the Where’s the Love Party last month. This time I served it my new obsession: Pretzel Crisps. They are part pretzel part cracker part chip and all delicious, and great with any dip (hummus, peanut butter, etc).  And no they aren’t paying me (I wish!) but, if they want to send me some free samples, I’ll take it!



One Response to “Unemployed Cooking: Flat Bread Pesto Veggie Pizzas”

  1. Shawna said

    There’s that yummy artichoke dip! Mmmmmm!

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