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charcuterie_flatbreads Cheeseboards are my favorite thing to snack on, along with everyone else. Sometimes instead of making a whole cheeseboard you want to just stand in front of the fridge and eat charcuterie with cheese folded into it. Sometimes you want to be a decent human and like sit and eat at a table. During those times I feel like making a cheese board is like waayy too much trouble. What I do have time for are basically big crackers that have everything I want to eat all on it. Here was my thinking, basically when you have a cheese board you construct “best bites” which are essentially a little bit of everything in one bite on a cracker. Well because crackers in larger forms are just not that stable I choose flatbread, and then basically made a huge “best bite.” My best bite includes honey, prosciutto, and burrata. Maybe yours does too, but maybe it doesn’t. Get crazy! Make your own “best bite” flatbread and then tell me all about it in the comments cause I want to know!
♥ Teri

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Simple Charcuterie Flatbreads

Makes 2

1/4 cup store bought tapenade (or homemade), divided
2 pieces flatbread (or naan), lightly toasted
6 ounces thinly sliced prosciutto (or another cured meat of choice), divided
4 ounces burrata, divided
2 tablespoons crushed pistachios

crushed red pepper flakes, optional
raw honey

1. Spread 2 tablespoons tapenade onto each piece of flatbread and top with prosciutto. Top each with a dollop of burrata. And a sprinkle of pistachios.
2. Sprinkle each flatbread with crushed pepper flakes, if using and drizzle each with honey.

  1. Kasey Kushion Not Specified Not Specified

    This is such a cool idea! Classic charcuterie gone flatbreads. I love it!!

  2. BucktownChi Not Specified Not Specified

    This sounds delicious and I can’t wait to try it. Question…when you say tapenade, do you mean an olive tapenade?

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