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Caramelized Onion & White Bean Flatbread

February/March 2006

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (58 votes)

Here we top pizza with herbed mashed beans, sliced plum tomatoes, sweet caramelized onions and some shredded Gouda for a tasty flatbread that will have you rethinking pizza toppings.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Excellent! This was a great change of pace for "pizza". It was easy to assemble and the house smelled wonderful while it was baking. I used a purchased ball of fresh whole wheat dough from my grocery store, it worked great. Like other...
Caramelized Onion & White Bean Flatbread Recipe

12 Reviews for Caramelized Onion & White Bean Flatbread

09/13/2010

This was excellent! I made the pizza dough from scratch and the crust turned out perfect. I can think of a lot of variations for toppings that would also be good. I'm definitely going to try garlic and some different herbs in the bean spread. My omni husband added some chorizo and also loved it.

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09/09/2010
Anonymous

It was good, but the bean spread needed a clove of garlic. We ate it like a tostada--adding lettuce, salsa, and sour cream.

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07/07/2010
Anonymous

This was very tasty but I strongly suggestion you follow the directions for the pizza dough. I spritzed the teflon with oil and pressed and stretched the dough into place. In the end I literally had to chisel it off the pan, what a mess! I think I'm going to duck the whole dough part and use parathas or pitas next round. Or maybe try making this as a bruschetta.

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06/02/2010

Love it, Love it, Love it! This also makes a great "base" for other toppings that you may have lurking in the crisper . . . some shaved bell pepper slices or olives on top - yummy!

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05/15/2010
Anonymous

Despite come kitchen mishaps, this dish is indeed wonderful. The cheese was odd though. Check out my blog to see what I have to say about it: http://superfoodsyear.blogspot.com/2010/05/my-journey-into-land-of-flatb...

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