Roasted Butternut, Caramelized Onion and Goats Cheese Rye Flatbread is comfort food at its best.
For the rye flatbread I used this recipe. They call it squares and slice it into a thin “sandwich”, I prefer keeping it thick and topping it. If you want it to be more portable, you can follow the recipe and cut it in half, filling it with the butternut, onions and goats cheese.
Making your own bread can seem too hard or time consuming, but this is one of the easiest bread recipes I’ve ever made. It’s takes an hour from start to finish and doesn’t involve complicated rise times or special kneading. The dough is sticky, almost like a thick and sticky cake batter – you simply spread it in a pan, let it rise and bake it. Bear in mind when you spread it, it will rise, so go for a thinner layer.
To save time, I roasted the butternut while the bread was rising and caramelized the onions when it was baking.
If you don’t want the hassle of making your own bread, you can use store bought flatbread or naan.
This tastes good both hot and cold, so you can save leftovers for a few days.
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