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Grilled Veggie Flatbread

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Here in Chicago, the air conditioning has been on for a while…and will continue to be on as it will be in the 90s all week. I don’t know about you, but turning the oven on in this kind of heat is more unbearable than Jim Gaffigan not being in the cast of My Boys anymore.  This will be a short and savory post,  so your computer doesn’t output any more unnecessary heat.

If I were to make a list (don’t tempt me) of my favorite recipes, this recipe for Grilled Veggie Flatbread would definitely make the cut.  I like it because, like a pizza, you can throw anything on it and it tastes awesome.  It’s perfect for this time of year when the garden and farmers markets are overflowing with superb produce like eggplant, zucchini, tomatoes and anything else you can find.

You can follow the recipe and just use tomatoes, but when I made this the other day, before I grilled the flatbread I sliced and grilled some:
Red Onion
Japanese eggplant (the long and skinny kind)grilled veggie flatbread
Summer squash
Cherry Tomatoes

After the bread came off the grill, I topped it with some olive oil, shredded parmesan cheese and then added the toppings.

Another idea: If you can get your hands on a mushroom mix,  saute those bad boys up with some garlic and when the bread comes off the grill, top it with shredded parmesan cheese and then the mushrooms…SO good!  This makes a nice light dinner and also a killer appetizer.  Stay cool my friends!

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