Grilled Vegetable Flatbread Pizza

When you’re craving a pizza packed with summer’s most delectable produce but can’t imagine blasting the oven at high temps in summer’s heat, consider grilling up some naan outdoors and topping the bread with your favorite veggies!

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  • Any combination of fresh vegetables (peppers, onions, eggplant, zucchini, summer squash, mushrooms, etc) cut into slices
  • olive oil
  • salt and pepper
  • Leafy green vegetables (spinach, arugula or other greens), cut into thin slices (chiffonade)
  • canned chopped tomatoes or pesto
  • 1-2 slices naan bread
  • shredded mozzarella or parmesan cheese, optional

Heat grill to high heat.

Toss sliced vegetables, except for leafy greens, in olive oil and season with salt and pepper.

Grill vegetables until lightly charred on both sides.

Brush both sides of naan bread with oil, and sprinkle lightly with salt.

Grill both sides of bread until lightly toasted.

Reduce grill heat to low.

Spread tomatoes or pesto over bread, and top with grilled vegetables and cheese, if using.

Place pizza back on grill and heat for an additional 2-3 minutes, to warm vegetables and melt any cheese.


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Nutrition Information

Grilled Vegetable Flatbread Pizza

Servings per Recipe: 2

Amount per Serving

Calories:  409

Calories from Fat:  114

Total Fat:  13g

Saturated Fat:  3g

Cholesterol:  8mg

Sodium:  512mg

Potassium:  378mg

Carbohydrates:  59g

Dietary Fiber:  5g

Protein:  14g

Sugars:  4g

Vitamin A:  34%

Vitamin C:  21%

Calcium:  14%

Iron:  13%

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