This Roasted Vegetable Flatbread is perfect for entertaining, and has a delicious variety of vegetables such as portobello mushrooms.
Mmm this Roasted Vegetable Flatbread will have you craving all kinds of veggies!! Did you know I’m a huge fan of vegetables but not of fruits? So many of my friends love their fruit, whether it’s for snacking or dessert, but I’ll take veggies any day. I don’t understand this obsession with fruit, seriously. If I want sweet stuff, I’m reachin’ for chocolate. But anyway, that’s just me…
When I went to make this flatbread, I had trouble choosing which vegetables I wanted, and knew that at some point I had to limit myself. But veggies are just so delicious!
I chose portobello mushrooms, yellow peppers, zucchini, sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives, plenty of garlic, red onions, basil and rosemary, and used a blend of three cheeses – ricotta, parmesan and mozzarella – to make this delicious flatbread.
I also meant to throw on some arugula in the end. By that time I figured toppings would start falling off if I added any more. Life isn’t always easy, sometimes you have to make some tough decisions!
Many of the recipes that I’ve found online for this kind of roasted vegetable flatbread rely on the BBQ to make an excellent creation, but I’m recommending pizza dough be used in this recipe and that make it very hard to put onto the grill. I’ve made oven pizza before, and all you need is a 500 degree oven and the right kind of perseverance to make pizza and flatbread at home. The hard part is not eating everything at once!
Fresh herbs and garlic make for the perfect finishing touches to this flatbread. Both of the fresh herbs are from the small herb garden on my balcony – rosemary and basil. I added some red pepper flakes for a bit of spice. Will you be trying my recipe for this Roasted Vegetable Flatbread?