I admitted once before that pizza is my favorite food, so it makes sense that things like flat-bread come in a close second. The crisp bread, melted mozzarella, and vast array of toppings easily draw me in every time. This past week, I decided to recreate one of my favorite flat-bread recipes with figs and prosciutto. The sweetness of the figs pairs wonderfully with the salty prosciutto, and blue cheese crumbles add a layer of creamy decadence that simply melts in your mouth.
Brush flat-breads with olive oil and spread with a bit of fig jam, if you have it. Then top with mozz, chopped prsciutto, chopped figs, blue cheese crumbles, and a bit of green onion. Bake on 350 for about 8-10 minutes, just until cheese is melted and bread is crispy. If you didn't use fig jam, drizzle the finished flat-bread with just a bit of honey.
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