I always try to keep a package of whole wheat lavash bread in the freezer because it has so many uses and thaws out at room temperature in about two minutes.
I often make this pizza when we have some leftover "Kale and White Bean Soup" and then pair them together for a perfect dinner. (I also usually make 2 lavash pizzas and one goes in the fridge for tomorrow's lunch - I told you I love leftovers!). Also, I like to make mine with just some onion, garlic & yellow pepper but feel free to use whatever veggies and other toppings you please. Just remember that the lavash bread is pretty delicate so if you pile on TOO many it might break when you try to eat it - but hey, there's always a fork.
Here's what you'll need:
- Whole Wheat Lavash Bread (I buy mine at Trader Joe's)
- Pizza Sauce (I've also used leftover spaghetti sauce & it was great)
- An onion
- A yellow pepper
- Whatever veggies you please!
- Olive Oil
- Cheese *Use Daiya cheese (SO good) for vegan option!
(Haha. This section is making me laugh because clearly building a pizza is pretty straightforward, but I took a bunch of pictures so you're getting a play-by-play.)
1. Preheat your oven to 400 F.
2. Take lavash bread out of freezer and place on baking sheet to thaw.
3. Chop up your onion and sautée in a pan with a little olive oil (1-2 tsp.) over medium heat. While this is cooking spread a thin layer of pizza sauce on your lavash bread (it doesn't matter if it's still frozen).
4. Now thinly slice your garlic & yellow pepper (and whatever other veggies you're using). Once your onion starts to become translucent, add these veggies to the pan & keep sautéeing. Continue cooking until the vegetables start to soften (I like my peppers to still have a bit of crunch).