Sunday, August 05, 2012

Squash Blossom Flatbread with Tiny Cherry Tomatoes & Goat Cheese

Here's a super easy squash blossom flatbread that is big on summer beauty and taste. I got a couple of bunches of squash blossoms at the Farmers' Market today. Super fragile, squash blossoms need to be used the day they are picked. Usually, stuffed with a cheesy filling, coated with a crust and fried, I wanted a lighter preparation. I created a super thin pizza flatbread with premade pizza dough and rolled it out to a super thin crust. Sauteed the squash blossoms very briefly in olive oil with garlic and salt to impart flavor. Topped the crust with pesto, squash blossoms, and tiny halved cherry tomatoes. Dusted with crumbled goat cheese. Baked at 400 for 9 minutes. A very tasty, light dish with a summer party feeling. Enjoy!


Anonymous Giulianos Specialty Foods said...

Good blog, this dish looks amazing. I love the use of squash blossoms.

3:41 PM  
Anonymous sam said...

i love using squash, thank you for the inspiration

11:01 AM  
Blogger Umbrella Drink said...

I will eat anything with a little goat cheese. Check out this spicy quinoa recipe:

8:08 AM  
Anonymous Tim said...

Squash is wonderful and i adore the way you've used it to make pizza flat bread. This dish is not only appetizing but also packed with useful nutrients. This is perfect for me any day!

6:40 AM  
Blogger Callie Wooten said...

First time commenter! Just wanted to say that this looks fantastic! I hope I can try this out. The picture you took just looks scrumptious and makes me hungry for the food!

6:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Came across your blog and i love it! Already want to try this recipe out.

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Paramaount Pakistan Trust said...

Adorable i like this very much...Great combination of everything.....just yummmyyyyy.

12:46 PM  
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