Oh, hello. Did you come here looking for another super fast, ridiculously easy weeknight dinner? Well, twist my arm why don’t you.
I completely forgot to tell you about this Lavash Pizza I made two weeks ago. Lavash is a soft, thin flatbread that is becoming easier to find nowadays at the grocery store. The bread is common in Iran, Armenia, and Georgia—and thankfully at Trader Joes and Whole Foods! Lavash is made simply of flour, water, and salt—it’s fat-free and low in sodium, so what better inspiration for a lunchtime wrap or evening pizza?
Then simply top with your favorite ingredients! The crust is so crunchy and thin, it doesn’t really require sauce. I layered tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, peppers—which I sautéed first—and a sprinkling of shredded cheddar. 10 minutes on 450F until the cheese is nice and melted, and you’re ready for dinner.
No time for weeknight cooking? I know for me it is more often a lack of energy. Lindsey’s Lavash Weeknight Pizza meets all requirements for lickety-quick delicious.