I’m a vegetarian. Or pescatarian if you count my indulgence in seafood every now and then. Frankly, I’d rather not have a label and just live my life. But that’s not why we’re here. We’re gathered because I found this recipe from one of my favorite bloggers, The Novice Chef, while researching vegetarian meals and couldn’t wait to try it out. The only thing I didn’t use was fresh arugula, just because I’m not a fan of adding a whole salad on top of my pizza. I either bake it in or leave it off.
Now, forget the packaged personal pizzas that taste like cardboard. In this recipe, Naan bread is used as the base. Naan bread is an Indian flatbread that is buttery, soft and just provides elevation to any dish.
I’ll admit, I was wary to make the sauce, but it brought the dish together well. The aesthetics didn’t help the cause, but we all know not to judge a book by it’s cover.
Verdict: It was delicious and I think I enjoyed making it more than consuming it. I realize that I’m more of a BYO taco than BYO pizza kinda girl, but the different textures- crunchy walnuts, tangy blue cheese, and sweet pears- made this Pear Walnut & Blue Cheese Pizza at 10/10.
Till Next Time
KB + Co.