Crispy flatbread with a bold red onion balsamic sauce adorned with goat cheese and arugula
I love flatbread. Really, I love all bread and that’s why I struggle to embrace counting my macros. Because it’s so much easier to stay blissfully naive about how many carbs I can consume without even noticing. Fresh-baked warm bread is one of the finer things in life and you must partake every once in a while. Especially when it’s covered in veggies and balsamic vinegar. Enter: Red Onion Balsamic Flatbread.
This flatbread has a thin crust (keeping the carbs to a minimum) with a robust red onion and balsamic vinegar sauce. The flavors in the sauce pair amazingly well with the goat cheese and arugula. If you haven’t tried goat cheese don’t be afraid to go out on a limb here. I use a chevre type cheese in this recipe so the texture is similar to feta cheese. The goat cheese has a fairly strong flavor that reminds me a little of sour cream. If you’re hesitant about it you could certainly substitute any of your favorite cheeses.
I’ve received a little bit feedback that some of my recipes seem overwhelming or like they would take to long. So I’m trying to simplify a bit! I’m trying to incorporate more recipes that are quick and easy and use as few dishes as possible. In this recipe I used a store-bought flatbread (I like the Stone Fire brand) and made the sauce super fast and simple. You should be able to throw get this flatbread into the oven in about 15 minutes with easy clean up! Great food doesn’t have to be complicated. Am I right?
So- I want to hear from you. Do you want to see more quick and simple recipes or are you wanting something a little more involved?