Lately I have been cooking up lots of flatbreads. I really like that you can throw anything on top of a Naan bread and call it a day. When you go out to eat, these bad boys are usually on the menu and always super tasty, however, they aren’t so great for your wallet. When you make them at home, you can save a ton of money, and get just as great flavor (and even eat in your pajamas if you want!). My go-to place for Naan is Costco. You can get a huge 10 pack for $4, which is the cheapest I have ever seen it. You can also make it, and it’s SUPER simple. Here is the recipe. You can also pick them up at the grocery store, usually more expensive, but equally delicious. I always find them in the bakery department.
For this flatbread, I paired 2 of my favorite foods: goat cheese and mushrooms. I know some of y’all hate goat cheese (craziness!), so feel free to switch this out for feta or even bleu cheese crumbles. I think any cheese would be delicious though. The balsamic reduction really brings this together, and the thyme also gives a great flavor punch. I love this combination so much, I made a grilled cheese with most of the same ingredients and it was equally delicious.
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