pot roast naan pizza with caramelized onions and fontina cheese
“Elevate your pizza experience with our culinary delight—Pot Roast Naan Pizza with Caramelized Onions and Fontina Cheese. A gourmet fusion that transforms comfort into culinary elegance.”
When someone says “pot roast,” what comes to mind?
A warm, one-pot meal served during the frigid winter months? A weeknight go-to that could feed an army? A big piece of meat that, if over-cooked, looks like the toasted turkey from Christmas Vacation? Yikes.
Well, what if I told you that Mr. Pot Roast’s allegiance is no longer to Old Man Winter? Yep, yep. Mr.Pot Roast is making a break for the warm, sunny months. I realize this may sound like foodie sacrilege to some of you. I can hear Julia Child now: “Do…wha?” But sometimes it’s good to go beyond culinary expectation – and that’s how pot roast naan pizza was born.
With summer in full swing, I wanted to take a one-pot “winter meal” and turn it into something that’s fun to eat even on a day in the 90’s. Of course, there’s nothing worse than standing over a hot stove for hours on end while it’s sizzling outside. Es no bueno. So, you can imagine my excitement when I was contacted by Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads a few weeks ago, who offered to send me a couple samples of their naan tandoori bread.
Do you fancy the naan? The first time I tried it was a couple years ago at an Indian restaurant. I instantly fell in love with the buttery, spiced, tear-drop shaped bread. As a self proclaimed foodie, I knew I needed to try and make naan at home. Let’s just say I tried that a few times, and the results were…uninspiring. So what did I do? I went to Whole Foods and found naan in a beautiful package made by Stonefire Authentic Flatbreads. From that moment on, my naan-making days changed forever. What’s more, the package reminded me of those ready-made pizza crusts you can also find at the store…now I had an idea!
Check out how easy it is to build a naan pizza! Lay naan slices on baking sheet, check. Top with favorite sauces and toppings, check. Bake until all the cheese is melted and eat it even though it burns the top of your mouth, check and check!
The best part about Stonefire Authetnic Flatbreads naan is you can use it in a zillion different combinations – wraps, sammies, or, keep it original and slather on your favorite spread. Is this where I mention HUGE JAZZ HANDS?!
If you’re looking for a fun way to spice up a weeknight meal or backyard summer party, this pot roast naan pizza with caramelized onions and (mmmmmm…) fontina cheese will knock your apron off!
Disclaimer: I was given Whole Grain Tandoori Naan from Stonefire Flatbreads to review. I was not compensated for this post. All opinions expressed are 100% my own.
“Conclude your flavor journey with the delectable Pot Roast Naan Pizza. Caramelized onions and Fontina cheese elevate this classic, leaving your taste buds longing for more.”