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Bitches Be Brunching: Balsamic Glazed Prosciutto Flatbread.

Hey loves!

So, I made brunch for my gal pals this past Sunday & I wanted to try something a little different. No tea, no shade but I’m kinda sick of the same eggs & pancakes for brunch.

I made this prosciutto & arugula flatbread with a balsamic glaze.

finished-flatbread

Want to learn how to make this ten minute meal? Check the recipe below.

For the flatbread:

flatbread

Two pieces of naan

Fresh mozzarella

Prosciutto

Fresh Burrata

Arugula

Olive Oil

Chopped Garlic

Balsamic glaze

For the balsamic glaze:

1/2 cup of balsamic vinegar

1/4 cup of sugar

1 tablespoon of salt

I advise you start off by making the glaze, since that takes the longest. Take a 1/2 cup of balsamic vinegar & bring it to medium-high heat in a pot. Once that is bubbling slightly, add the salt & sugar and reduce the heat to low-medium, stirring to combine the ingredients. Keep stirring every 3 minutes or so until the mix thickens. Once it’s thick, take it off the heat.

For the flatbread, I placed two pieces of naan on a cookie sheet & drizzled the olive oil & chopped garlic on it. This is a white pizza & the garlic oil adds the perfect amount of flavor without overpowering the other ingredients.

Then i placed the mozzarella & Burrata on the flatbread. Burrata is like a mozzarella cheese that’s really soft & squishy cheese that’s quite yummy.

flatbread-1

Then, I added the prosciutto & arugula

flatbread-2 flatbread-3

& baked it in the oven on 400° for about 8 minutes, or until the cheese melts.

Once the cheese is melted, I drizzled the balsamic glaze on top & there you have it!

flatbread-finished

A simple, delicious flatbread that is perfect for brunch or a great appetizer.

Happy brunching!

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