Are you looking for a shamefully easy dinner that tastes like something you would get in a restaurant? Then look no further – this Fig, Brie, Walnut and Prosciutto Pizza is it! Seriously, this was crazy easy and served with a salad and a glass of wine makes an elegant and light dinner. I found this recipe because I am forever buying jars of this and that and that for a particular recipe and then leaving half filled jars in the door of my fridge. They live in the door of my fridge until on one of those “I really have to clean this fridge” days and you find jars that expired three years ago. Certainly that’s not just me.
I am determined to not throw stuff out any more, so I do regular scans of the shelves of my fridge. During one such scan, I found a jar of fig and almond preserves. I don’t even know if I bought it for something, or if I was just overcome with delight at finding it at Marshalls. Either one of those options is feasible. I also found a half wheel of brie in the cheese box. Yes, I have a cheese box. I love cheese and it has it’s own special box in my fridge. So, not thinking anything would pop up, I put in fig jam and brie in Eat Your Books, and what should pop up, but Fig, Brie and Walnut Pizza at Three Many Cooks. I just needed a quick trip to the grocery store to get some naan bread and I was good to go.
This was so good and so easy. Since it’s made with naan bread, you don’t even have to worry about making dough. You can have this on the table in about 20 minutes, really. The sweetness of the jam with the brie and the walnuts is fantastic. Then the prosciutto adds salty richness to it all. The only thing I want to change about the recipe is that they say the prosciutto is optional and I guess it is, except unless you don’t like it, I think it really is an important part of the pizza.
I’m not going to bother retyping in the recipe, because I didn’t change it in any way. So follow the link and check it out. You will love it!
I’m linking up with:
Full Plate Thursday @ Miz Helen’s Country Cottage
Home Matters @ Life with Lorelai
Friday Favorites @ Simply Sweet Home
Foodie Friday @ Rattlebridge Farms
Foodie Friends Friday @ Walking on Sunshine
The Country Cook Weekend Potluck @ The Country Cook
Snickerdoodle Sunday @ Meatloaf and Melodrama
Sunday Features @ Tabler Party of Two