But it's a hard one to pin down. After all there are nearly unlimited ways to build a pizza. In our kitchen, on any particular day what's in the fridge is often the deciding factor. The range of options is huge! It makes this recipe among the most flexible in the collection.
Besides the flatbread itself “layers” of ingredients customarily include a some kind of sauce, fresh vegetables, meats, seafood, topped with cheeses. Sounds good already!
This recipe is just one example of the possibilities.
- Flatbread, ~7½\" diameter 1 whole
- Easy tomato sauce 1/2 cup
- cooked shrimp † ~1/2 cup
- vegetable slices ‡ ~1/2 cup
- cheese, Emmentaler § 2 oz
- cheese, Parmesan, fresh 1/4 oz
- Preheat oven to 400°F.
- Spread tomato sauce across flatbread in medium-thick layer.
- Distribute shrimp and vegetable pieces evenly.
- With a Microplane-type grater, grate Emmentaler cheese evenly over surface.
- Grate Parmesan with Microplane over other ingredients.
- Put assembled pizza on a baking sheet (with parchment paper).
- Bake for 15 minutes or until cheese melted and just starting to brown.
- Transfer pizza to cutting board, cut into quarters and serve immediately.
About Thinair Recipes
Recipes developed with low-sodium diets in mind—so easy to use!
Here's a quick guide:
Recipes have one or more “boxed” ingredient lists grouped with step-by-step instructions, for example:
- garlic, chopped 3 cloves
- chicken stock 2 cups
- ...other ingredients...
- Saute garlic in oil until soft.
- Add chicken stock to pan...
- ...next step...
Ingredient boxes show what you'll need for the numbered steps. Not too complicated!
BTW “salt” in our recipes refers to salt substitute, i.e., potassium chloride, KCl. (Since KCl may not be healthy for some people, ask your doctor if it's OK for you to use it.)