A Provencal specialty, pissaladiere is an onion-topped flatbread. You can use store-bought pizza dough or use our Long-Rise Pizza Dough recipe. Makes 1 large flatbread, serving 6 to 8 as a starter.Read More
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Call it a nifty shortcut or a sneaky cheat, but using a tortilla as a pizza crust makes this little homemade pie a snap. Whip it up for lunch or a light dinner, or cut it into squares and serve it as an afterschool snack or cocktail nibble. I use sautéed greens and goat cheese as the toppings here, but you can riff on the recipe with any combos that you like: traditional tomato/mozzarella, Swiss/mushroom, fig/blue cheese and on and on.Read More
These flatbreads are a great way to start a party and delicious enough to be the main course. If you don’t eat meat, leave the bacon off and add some slices of roasted eggplant. We precook the bacon in this recipe as the short time spent in the oven is not long enough to cook it. If you prefer, bake these on a baking sheet in a very hot oven (500℉) for about 10 minutes.Read More
Don’t fear if you don’t have a pizza stone and peel in your kitchen. Shape and bake the pizza on a cornmeal-dusted baking sheet instead. You’ll make enough sauce for two pizzas; any extra can be refrigerated for a week or frozen for up to three months.Read More