Posts Tagged “flatbread”
You can do an awful lot with very few ingredients, Fellow FoodBeest. This recipe is basically flour and water with a little olive oil, cheese and seasoning. It is a two-step cooking process. First you bake the flatbread – it’s a cracker, really. Then you top it and bake it a second time.
Here’s what I learned: Make the crust really thin, Fellow FoodBeest. The old saw that you can’t be too thin is true here. You want a cracker consistency; nothing chewy.
Cook ‘em until they are seared black but not burnt. It’s a fine line.
Top ‘em with whatever you like. And then be creative.
The FoodBeest wants you to have a festive holiday season with yummy foods. Here are two good new party foods for you. The first is a seasonal Pear and Cheese Flatbread. The second is a Siracha Mary Shrimp: a cross between a Siracha blood mary and a 21st Century shrimp cocktail. Both are fast and easy. Both are forgiving if you do something “wrong.” Both are finger foods. Both are yummy.