Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Naan-Bread Pizza

I live in a house with four other girls. There are five weekdays and, rather strategically, each one of us picked one day of the week to cook for the whole house. 

My day of cooking is Magic Monday and yesterday I made the girl's all-time favorite recipe of mine: Naan-Bread Pizza. 

It is super easy to make. From start to finish it takes less than 20 minutes, no chopping, no frying, no mess - total piece of cake.

For making one Naan-Bread Pizza you'll need:
  • 1 naan bread (I usually use coriander and garlic seasoned naan bread but unseasoned will do as well)
  • 1 slice of parma ham
  • 20g of Feta cheese
  • 2-3 table spoons of green pesto
  • 1 handfull of rucola salad
  • Some olive oil

Before you start preparing the naan, preheat the oven to about 180 degrees celsius.

Next thing to do is to spread the pesto across the surface of the naan using a knife - similar to buttering a roll. Then crumble small pieces of the Feta cheese on top of the pesto layer. Make sure the Feta is somewhat evenly distributed so you don't miss out on the cheese in any of your bites.

Following the preparation, put the naan in the preheated oven for about 5-8 minutes. Remove the naan from the oven once the desired level of "crustiness" is reached. You roughly want to aim for a golden crust. 

Top up the warm naan with a handful of rucola salad and some parma ham. For the parma ham, rather than cutting it into small pieces I find it easiest to just tear the slice. Lastly, sprinkle some olive oil all over the Naan-Bread Pizza - and then, enjoy!

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