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Flat Bread Pizza with BBQ Sauce

Discussion in 'Geek Recipes' started by RETARD, May 1, 2013.

  1. RETARD

    RETARD Member

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    Serves: 4
    Prep: 15 min
    Cooking Time: 15 mins

    I love flat bread. Its quick & easy to make (no yeast required) and most of all delicious.
    Naturally i made my own for this recipe, but there's no reason not to buy your own favourite brand have a pizza ready in no time flat.
    Some of the pizza purists will probably cringe at the thought of it, but its hard to deny it still tastes great.

    INGREDIENTS

    BBQ Sauce:

    • 4 tbsp Bulla Thickened Cream
    • 1/8 cup ketchup
    • 1/8 cup BBQ sauce & a splash of worcestershire
    • 3 tbsp cider or white malt vinegar
    • 2-3 tsp packed brown sugar
    • 1 clove fresh minced garlic
    • 1/8 tsp dried thyme
    • few dashes tabasco sauce
    • 1/4 tsp ground black pepper

    Pizza Condiments:

    • Flat bread of your choice
    • 1 tin of Australian crushed tomatoes
    • 1 onion, diced
    • 1 handful of shredded BBQ chicken,
    • 8 slices of pepperoni
    • 2 rashers middle bacon
    • 1 handful of black olives
    • 1 large handful of rocket (dressed in balsamic and olive oil, pinch of salt & freshly cracked pepper)
    • Australian baby capers
    • 1/2 cup cherry tomatoes, cut in half
    • Fresh grated parmesan

    METHOD

    1. Add all the Sauce ingredients to a small saucepan then simmer for 10 mins over a low flame until thickened.

    2.Season to taste, and adjust as needed. Set aside to cool.

    3. Pre-heat a fry pan over a medium – medium high heat.

    4. Lightly oil your flat bread and fry for a 2 – 3 mins each side until lightly crisp on both sides. (set aside to cool)

    5. Build your pizza :)

    6. Start with some crushed tomatoes, BBQ sauce. Then add onion, meats & black olives.

    7. Place each pizza under a low grill for 10 mins until warmed thorough

    8. Toss some Rocket in a small amount of balsamic vinegar, olive oil & season with salt & cracked black pepper.

    9. Garnish over the warm pizza along with the capers, cherry tomatoes & parmesan

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  2. STINGA

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    Wow that looks great!

    I'm working on a Mexican tortilla pizza atm and this has given me a couple of ideas, nice one RETARD :thumbup:
     
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    Keen to see that recipe STINGA :)
    Would you believe that i have never eaten a tortilla in my life :eek:

     
  4. lawrencep93

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    Looks nice I will try it once my new pizza oven is ready to be fired up, can't wait :)
     
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    It's still a work in progress, but it's getting there.

    The Mission tortilla chips you used in your nacho recipe is just fried tortillas afaik so you have sort of eaten them :)
     
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  7. sickbunny

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    I'll have to try the BBQ sauce recipe!

    Do you have a recipe for flat bread I have never made it before.
     
  8. mmBax

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    Why are you doing this to me?

    :( I've been craving pizza ALL week. Pizza capers sent me a new menu in the email today, more cravings. I've wanted to go to the local pizzeria for dine in for the past few days. Now I see this!

    Dammit. I'll give it a go though, always keen on pizza recipes.
     
  9. 1shot1kill

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    I love flat bread pizzas, I call them cheater pizzas.

    What do you want for tea tonight, kids?
    Cheatapizza! :lol:
     
  10. broccoli

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    I used to always make pizza on lebanese bread. It makes the best thin crispy crust. Now I do thicker crust but for thin crust it's so easy.

    I've got some pepperoni and salami in the fridge I got to do pizza, I'm going to do it with your sauce and.... I can't wait. :tongue:
     
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    RETARD

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    Why wait?
    Make them today :D
    Can't say i've seen it before.
    I'll have a go for my next webber cook up thanks :)
    I don't mind a bit of tartness to my sauces either :thumbup:

    ha!
    well less work and more progress :p
    I love those chips ... actually i love all chips.
    They are a part of my strict vegetarian diet :D
    sickbunny, i am pretty sure i have a recipe with step by step pictures floating around my Tikka Masala thread.

    Its only 4 ingredients.
    1. Plain Flour
    2. warm water
    3. salt
    4. Olive Oil

    Mix the Flour Salt & Olive OIl well, then add in the water bit by bit til.
    Just knead for a couple mins to form a dough, rest for a few more and roll out. (occasionally i will add some dry herbs to the dough)
    Fry in a pan then don your toppings ready for the oven ;)
    Also awesome with dips.

    You'll love the easy sauce its great, but i still add a small amount of crushed tin tomatoes to break through the sweetness ;)

    mmBax, the universe is calling you.
    Go to your destiny young Giuseppe!

    Thats a great name. Hopefully not derived from its African animal ingredients :lol:
    I figure if you put on the things you like, you just can't go wrong.
    I'm sure the kids would have a blast making their own too :)
     
  12. broccoli

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    I asked in the other thread about the level of sweetness. I don't really like sweetness, but I like bbq sauce when it's spicy rather than predominantly sugary, and when things aren't smothered (I ordered it on a bought pizza once and there was way too much sauce for topping). Making it yourself seems just the ticket for making it nice.:thumbup:
     
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    i think its got a balance of sweet and tartness from the vinegar & ketchup, but feel free to reduce the sweeter elements, taste as you go & you'll be on a winner :D

     
  14. ShaneHm2

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    Do you have a recipe for the flat bread :)
     
  15. frogaus

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    It's in the contract...

    Besides fat is flavour.



     
  16. romanx

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    4 tablespoons of cream in all that and it's a Bulla Recipe? :p
     
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    All these replies ... there must be a post on the news page again :thumbup:

    ShaneHm2, if you have a look in my original post it will have a link to my tikka masala recipe where i show you how to make it with pictures :)
    Hello my resident stalker :)
    hope Perth is looking after you.
    Don't knock it til you try it ;)
    i don't have to share these recipes here as part of any contract or obligation, but i choose to cos you guys have been so awesome to me over the years :D
    You are correct, fat is flavour. It also rounds out many of the sharper notes in this sauce like the vinegar, whilst still keeping the original flavours.
    Hi romanx,
    I know you're just having some fun ;)
    I'll explain anyway though.
    The way i understand Bulla's philosophy via their site is... to help consumers discover creativity with their daily/weekly meals.
    Adding a dollop or 2 of their Cream products delivers value for money and helps people think differently about the way they use Cream in the kitchen.
    So not every recipe will have an entire tub of Cream thrown in, some will be like this one. I thought it was unique and tasted great too :thumbup:


     

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