Since I started this week off with a blueberry recipe, I thought I’d make them my theme. That and I had some leftover blueberries. Anyway, this Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza recipe caught my eye. Now I normally go into a recipe expecting it to taste good (don’t we all?), but I’m not too sure about this one. It has a mix of ingredients I never expected to use together in one dish like blueberries and feta cheese. But I do like all of the ingredients, so I’m going to trust in the recipe and find out if this is a Pinterest success or a Pinterest fail. Wish me luck!
A little bit of sweet and a whole lot of savory — this Blueberry, Feta and Honey-Caramelized Onion Naan Pizza is irresistible (and goes well with a glass of wine!). Enjoy it for lunch or as an appetizer! This recipe will surely surprise your tastebuds!
I had two ingredients for this recipe on hand: olive oil and salt. That left me with a little bit of shopping to do, but it was no big deal. There isn’t a tone of ingredients, and their prices ranged from $2 to $6.
I found everything I needed at my local grocery store–no special trips or online orders needed. I do love convenience! Speaking of convenience, I bought crumbled feta cheese. It’s usually available in smaller quantities than feta by the block, so none goes to waste.
This blueberry naan pizza was quick and easy to make. The instructions walked me through everything I needed to do with no WTH moments. In fact, it was easy enough that I can see trying it for breakfast, and I’m a zombie in the mornings!
Cooking the onions was the most work, and they were very easy. Half a medium red onion was all I needed, and I fried them for 5 minutes in my 10-inch skillet. While they cooked up, I prepped the baking sheet by lining it with parchment paper. Then I mixed the cheeses and spread them on the naan.
Topping the cheese layer with the onions and blueberries just took a few seconds, then it was into the oven for 10 minutes. The blueberries plumped up but didn’t burst, and the cheese melted a bit. I didn’t realize it until I ate it, but the naan crisped up nicely–it wasn’t chewy or soggy.