Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Rach Eats Lunch: Naan Bread Pizza

Naan bread pizza recipe

I still don't feel well today, I don't think I have for just over a week now. I am still dizzy, everything's swaying, and bending down is a pain. I feel so goddamn irritated by everything, I think it's because I'm used to being in the thick of everything, but when it comes to being ill... well... I guess we've just thrown that one out the window for now. I have to chill and get better, but staying still is hard. In other news, I've taken up the manifesting in the mornings thing again and I do love it - I'm hoping that asking for good stuff to happen, that good stuff will happen. I guess you've just got to be open and willing to receive it. I might just write about it at some point. That is, of course, if I'm not already on my yacht in the Med having a cocktail, darling. Okay, maybe my dreams aren't that lofty (yet), but they're certainly big.

This is so easy, it's actually a non-recipe, but I absolutely love naan breads, okay? But to be fair, naan breads are delicious - they taste like eating a bread-flavoured pillow, and when you're fancying a proper(ish) pizza but can't be arsed to make the dough, or you're having a day low on spoons... make this. It does not take long at all, and it tastes great too. I decided to make mine super hot by adding piri piri sauce as the base rather than tomato puree. If you're not so hot on hot sauce, reach for the Heinz...


(Cheeky naan bread.)

Makes 1

You'll need:
1 naan bread, part-baked
30g grated cheese
1 tablespoon piri piri, or hot sauce... or tomato puree
1 small handful cherry tomatoes, sliced
1/2 piece ham, roughly torn

1. This is simple pimple, really - line a baking tray and wet the naan bread both sides with a tiny bit of cold water. Pop it straight on the baking tray and under the grill both sides for 2 minutes each until a bit puffy and hot.

2. Take the naan bread out and turn the grill off. Spread over the hot sauce, sprinkle over the cheese, and add the ham and tomatoes.

3. Put the naan bread straight back in the oven and turn the grill back on. Grill it up until the cheese is all bubbly, then take it out of the oven and... serve. Done.

Oooh, that was so good - all spongy and doughy and perfection - I fully recommend a naan bread as an alternative for your next quick lunch! Give it a go and let me know what you think.

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