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Naan bread is a true classic in India. For centuries you eat it there to all kinds of dishes. Instead of simply serving it pure and natural, Naan bread is now experiencing a genuine taste revolution. The thin flat bread is now used instead of classic pizza dough and abundant and we celebrate our naan pizza recipe with caramelized onions, figs and goat cheese.
Living in Germany during summer it is the hardest period for me. I am missing Croatia and coast especially all the food. Well you know how is it, you don´t appreciate something until you loose it. Having fig trees on every 2nd step on my way to the beach was so normal.
Just grab some directly from the tree and eating them on the beach after swim.
That sweet warm taste from the sun. NOT GONNA FIND THAT IN GERMANY. You will find only 1 fig for 1€ (no, I am not joking).
Finally, one day I went to supermarket and saw figs on discounted price, as it is end of season. YAAAAAY! I bought bunch and just ate them with everything. This naan pizza recipe combines cheese and figs, can’t get better, I know. Everything placed on our warm BeastFeast Naan.
Soulfood Naan Pizza: Limitless variety in toppings
When covering you can let off steam to your heart’s content! Let your culinary imagination run wild and draw on the full. Whether spicy, spicy, spicy, creamy or light. For all sweet-toothed cats, there are even great sweet varieties with grapes, cranberries and co. This ingenious dish is extremely diverse. Also awesome for using your leftovers.
Great for an appetizer or weekend hangouts with friends.
Naan Pizza with Caramelized Onions, Figs and Goat Cheese
- BeastFeast Naan
- 4 pcs Fresh Figs
- 100 g Goat Cheese
- Handful Rucola Salad
- Olive Oil
- 2 pcs Purple Onions
- 1 tbsp Aceto Balsamico
- 1 tbsp Brown Sugar
- Peel and cut the onions on thin rings
- Place the pan one the medium heat and drizzle in some olive oil, add onions and lower the heat. Cook the onions 10-15 minutes on low heat, be careful not to burn them
- Once onions get soft and slightly golden, add brown sugar then stir for 2-3 minutes still on low heat. At the end add aceto balsamico and cook until liquid disappear. It is crucial to have low heat, otherwise it will burn
- With your hands spread each fig on 4 pieces. Crumble goat cheese on small pieces
- Place caramelized onions, spread rucola, figs and goat cheese on the warm BeastFeast naan bread
- Enjoy your BeastFeast!