Sweet juicy nectarines paired with salty prosciutto and creamy goat cheese turns an ordinary pizza into something phenomenal.
It's summer and I've been enjoying this season's stone fruits. This month the #Foodiemamas are creating with nectarines. Be sure to scroll down for lots of delicious recipes from my food blogging friends.
I'm not particular when it comes to selecting peaches over nectarines. I like them both. The fuzzy skin of a peach doesn't bother me. But for those who prefer smooth and fuzzless, nectarines are just as delicious.
Stone fruits go so well with goat cheese and honey and this recipe is no exception. There's something about the creamy texture of the cheese and the sweet nectar from the fruit when you put them together. Be sure to check out a few of my favorite stone fruit desserts.
My husband and I enjoy creating pizzas with unique ingredients that have contrasting flavors. I love a spicy sausage and sweet corn combo as well as a barbecue chicken pizza. Sometimes you just have to step away from traditional pepperoni.
For this gourmet pizza, I picked up a couple prepackaged flatbreads, or naan, from the bakery section of the grocery store. Next, I draped nectarine slices over salad greens and creamy goat cheese and added bits of salty prosciutto. A drizzle of summer honey and aged balsamic vinegar and this pizza goes from grill to plate in about 10 minutes.
Don't be afraid to experiment when it comes to creating unique and flavorful pizzas.
How do you like your nectarines?
Grilled Nectarine Prosciutto Pizza
Serves 2. Total time: 20 minutes
- 2 naan flatbreads
- One nectarine, sliced
- 2 ounces prosciutto
- 2-4 ounces crumbled goat cheese
- 1/2 cup mixed greens
- Cracked black pepper
- Aged balsamic vinegar
Preheat the grill to medium low, around 300°F. Prepare each naan on a baking sheet adding crumbled goat cheese to each flatbread. Add a 1/4 cup of mixed greens on top. Top with pieces of chopped prosciutto. Arrange half the nectarines slices on each pizza. Add cracked black pepper and drizzled honey to taste.
Place the baking sheet on the grill and allow the pizzas to "bake" until the goat cheese has melted and the greens have slightly wilted, about 10 minutes. Transfer the pizzas from the baking sheet to a cutting board. Drizzle each pizza with aged balsamic vinegar, slice and serve.