Mar 19, 2010

Rosemary Flatbread Pizza with Brie, Grapes & Honey.

Okay...this is a different kind of recipe. really different. i loved it. it's just not...man food.
Although Daniel liked it and ate nearly the entire pizza. But that is different. I've slowly been weaning him off of all canned and frozen foods. So he's starting to like my cooking preeetty well, in other words. Even things like this. If you have meat and potato kind of men -- save this one for a ladies night ;)

Whenever i try a new recipe, i always am asking him how he likes it -- on a scale of one to ten, what would make it better, etc...
The only thing we mutually agreed with this was that we needed to add mooooooore cheeeeese next time.

You can NEVER have too much cheese. Ever. Ever.
(as you can see...MORE CHEESE!!!)


ALSO: i never ever thought to bake grapes. i mean, we don't make grape pies, so theres gotta be a reason...right? Well, it turned out just fine. Similar to cherry if you ask me. Who knew.

You will need:
*1 envelope of yeast
*2 tablespoons sugar
*2 cups flour (plus a little more for rolling)
*3/4 cup warm water
*2 teaspoons rosemary
*1/2 teaspoon salt
*1/4 teaspoon pepper
*1 1/2 cups seedless grapes (i cut them in half. you can do them whole, too)
*3 ounces Brie cheese (i didn't have Brie, we used Gouda. it was yummy still. i think i'll try Brie next time. just for fun. oh, and more than 3 ounces please. i think i rolled out my flatbread too much, thats probably part of my deal too...)
*honey
*sea salt for sprinkling
*Chives (i didn't use these, but they were in the original recipe, so try them if you like!)

no. 1
combine yeast, sugar and 1/4 cup flour in a large bowl

no. 2
stir in 1/4 cup warm water and allow to it for 5 minutes

no. 3
add rosemary, pepper, salt, remaining flour (1 and 3/4 cup) and the remaining warm water (1/2 cup). Mix until dough forms. 

no. 4
now plop your dough onto a floured surface and knead for 5ish minutes. 

no. 5
transfer to an oiled bowl and allow to rise for 1 hour

no. 6
preheat oven (whoops! just saw THIS part) -- with baking pan on the bottom rack to 400 F. 

no. 7
roll your dough to about a 13-inch pizza crust shape --i made it rectangular because i like the mushy pieces in the middle with no crust. yuuuuuummm.

no. 8
transfer your dough to the hot baking sheet

no. 9
press grapes into dough and sprinkle with sea salt

no. 10
bake for 12 minutes, until the grapes begin to bleed just a little.

no. 11
sprinkle on cubed Brie [and chives] and bake for another 2-3 minutes. Remove from oven and drizzle with honey.


Eat. Enjoy. & tell me all about how much you love it. or not.

2 comments:

  1. oh my gosh. that sounds *really* yummy actually! I shall have to try that sometime...

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  2. oh. oh how very much i want this. right now.

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