One of my favorite ways to make an easy pizza is with lavash flatbread. Most grocery stores carry lavash these days (at least around here) and in no time at all you can have a crispy pizza, hot out of the oven. This one came about when I looked through the fridge and found a small container of gorgonzola, some arugula and in the fruit bowl - two pears.
Flatbread pizza with grilled pears, gorgonzola and arugula
2 pieces lavash bread (I use the one's from Trader Joe's about 14" x 10")
4 ounces crumbled gorgonzola
a handful of arugula
First, I sliced the pears and grilled them on my panini maker - just sprayed the grill with a little oil and then cooked the pears until they had grill marks on each side. Put the lavash on a cookie tray and spray with some olive oil then distribute the pears evenly on the two pieces of bread. Sprinkle the gorgonzola evenly and put the the cookie sheets in a hot oven (450 degrees) for a few minutes until the cheese is melted and the edges are crispy and browned. When they come out of the oven add the fresh arugula to the pizzas.
I love the sweetness of the pears with the peppery arugula. I'll definitely be making this again!