Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza

With Valentine’s day around the corner, this Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza might be a nice choice for your celebration.

Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza

Hey, friends! How’re you doing? Can you believe the first month of 2018 is almost over? I have not fully got used to the idea of living in the year of 2018 yet, and now the calendar is saying it is time to move to February? Well, with the time going so fast, we will face another Christmas season soon. Certainly, I am exaggerating a bit. Being the food bloggers, we will celebrate some of amazing holidays and days with seriously delicious food.

I believe this Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza would be a nice choice for upcoming Valentine’s day. It is delicious, sophisticated, and impressively looking. It doesn’t have any garlic or onions which ain’t the most romantic ingredients – well you can say the same about blue cheese :) Importantly, it doesn’t require much time to make (If you bake the beetroots in advance).

As you know, I am currently posting recipes which were developed and photographed in November and December, and this pizza is from that time frames. Definitely, I am working on a few new ideas as well, so I might interrupt this list to post some new recipes. Also, you can find some other festive ideas from the blog’s archives. They are pretty delicious and pretty pink :)

Red Velvet Cake Donuts

Roasted Beetroot Goat Cheese Risotto

Red Velvet Crêpe Cake

Red Velvet Baked Oatmeal (my favorite!)

Rose Water Glazed Donuts 

Pomegranate Cake Donuts 

Rose Water Marshmallows 

You see, there are plenty of ideas on this blog, and you’re welcome to try some of them while waiting for new recipes. Or you can just make this Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza.

Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza

Ingredients

  • 2 whole wheat naan breads
  • 2 medium beetroots, baked, peeled, and sliced
  • 4 tbsp. cream cheese, divided
  • 100 gr brie (or Camembert), broken into pieces
  • 1/3 cup blue cheese, crumbled
  • 1/4 cup pine nuts

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees C (400 degrees F).
  2. Arrange the naan bread onto a baking sheet.
  3. Spread the cream cheese over the flatbread. Arrange the beets. Top with the brie and blue cheese. Sprinkle with the pine nuts.
  4. Bake in the preheated oven for about 7-9 minutes or until the edges are crispy and browned and the cheese is melted.
  5. Enjoy!

Notes

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http://www.havocinthekitchen.com/beetroot-brie-blue-cheese-naan-pizza/

 

 

5 Thoughts on “Beetroot Brie Blue Cheese Naan Pizza

  1. I love all your naan pizza ideas! You come up with some really creative combos Ben! I love those baked beets and cheese together..Lovely!

  2. This has Valentine’s Day written all over it! (And I can’t believe we’re actually talking about February right now. . .) Blue cheese might not be the most romantic ingredient that ever there was but it’s delicious so really who cares? Hope you’re having a great week, my friend!

  3. Those beetroots are BEAUTIFUL. I love the shade. I will feast on this pizza while waiting for the rest of your recipes to come, Ben!! PS – I can’t believe it’s going to be February, either. Time goes soooo fast!

  4. Interesting! I’ve had sliced potatoes on pizza before (they’re amazing!), but I’ve never done beets. And then to use them on naan like this? Love it! I’m thinking I might need to give this a try, but do I have to wait all the way until Valentine’s Day??
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  5. I love ‘cheat’ pizzas! I really like tortillas or pitas as a base, but I’ve never tried using naan for a pizza. Definitely going to try it though, that shape is my favorite pizza shape ;)
    PS. beet is such a great topping! ❤️
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