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a naan pizza recipe


I usually have all of 15 minutes to eat a real meal these days. When I’m grocery shopping, I buy instant oatmeal instead of old-fashioned oats, frozen waffles instead of classic waffle mix, ready-made and pre-washed salad packs instead of plain lettuce and an assortment of toppings, pre-packaged chicken salad from Costco, et. cetera.

At this point, I can make a bacon (bits), egg and cheese scramble in all of five minutes and have the kitchen cleaned up in less than 10 - you know, in case my child decides he must eat then and there... no matter what I’m doing. And I have to stay nourished and hydrated to maintain my breastmilk supply, so skipping meals is out of the question. I can tell the difference when I haven’t eaten enough over the course of a day.

It has honestly taken me all day to write these last two paragraphs on the notes app in my phone, which further proves my point. I NEED QUICK MEALS FAST. Crockpot meals are easy, yes, but even those take too long to prep at this point. I can confidently say I’ve mastered a few simple recipes over these past few weeks, which brings me to the point of this post: a naan pizza recipe.

I’m not even sure you can call it a recipe because it’s so easy. It cooks up in 5 minutes and pairs well with some of that ready-made salad I mentioned earlier. It also pairs well with a crisp rosé... in case anyone’s wondering.

Ingredients
Naan (Kroger and Aldi both have delicious naan)
Pizza sauce (plain, roasted tomato sauce will suffice in a pinch)
Mozzarella cheese (whole milk preferred for a creamier texture)
Seasonings (garlic powder, parsley, and crushed red pepper are my favorites)

Directions
  1. Turn the oven on BROIL
  2. I usually cut the naan in half, since I might not have time to eat the whole thing before it gets cold, and the “pizza” tastes best fresh. Pop it on a pizza pan or piece of foil. I use foil for quicker/easier cleanup.
  3. Spread the sauce on the naan
  4. Top with cheese
  5. Sprinkle on the seasonings
  6. Put the “pizza” in the oven for 3-5 minutes, depending on how crisp you like the edges. I like mine slightly charred.
  7. Enjoy!

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P.S. My old faithful super easy homemade iced latte recipe — from almost five (!!!) years ago — has also come in handy.
P.P.S. As soon as I have time to gather the ingredients, I’ll also be making some ginger peach sangria.  

Comments

  1. this looks so yummy with all that cheese and chili flakes! and it's so easy to make! *drools*

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  2. This sounds so appealing right now!!! I love naan, I love pizza, and I love a quick meal ^-^ -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey's

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    1. so i'm a month late with this reply, but i can confirm: i have still been eating this multiple times per week. it's just so quick and easy!

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