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Welcome summer early this year with this roasted flatbread recipe. Roasted garlic highlights the flavors of the tomato, mozzarella, and basil for a light dinner that will be ready in no time. Marleena, Recipe Hunter

Marleena Eyre


Roasted Garlic Caprese Flatbread

Redefining the classic Italian salad

The mention of sweet and caramelly roasted garlic always grabs our attention. A full head of it is roasted in the oven so that it permeates every nook and cranny when spread over the bread. Paired with flavors inspired by the traditional Caprese salad made of tomatoes, mozzarella, and fresh basil leaves, the flatbread is assembled on a slab of ciabatta bread for a more substantial dish. Placed under the broiler for just enough time to toast the bread and turn the mozzarella into gooey deliciousness, it’s a recipe that doesn’t require you to stand over a stove top for hours. The dish is finished with a drizzle of sweet balsamic vinegar making the flatbread complete, and with such simple flavors, it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser. After a long winter, Megan’s recipe is a welcome reminder that warm summer days lie in the near future. Make this for a Memorial Day appetizer or serve with a side salad as a light dinner.


Megan Link

Recipe Developer, Writer, Photographer

Megan Link - The Housewife in Training Files

Just a girl living on the edge of boredom and chaos with a salty wit and a healthy sweet tooth. Although I crave nutrient dense foods, I love to deliver indulgent recipes to ensure that sugary and sinful treats do still exist while inspiring everyone to create healthy meals that satisfy the flavors your taste buds are looking for!

The cheery personality behind The Housewife in Training Files, Megan Link posts mouthwatering recipes that are approachable and ideal for cooks who are short on time. After struggling with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Megan swore off medication and instead treated her diagnosis with exercise and healthy eating. Using nutrient-dense recipes, she proves that food really can be medicine–as Hippocrates used to say. To showcase the cooking knowledge she picked up in culinary school, Megan incorporated The Cooking Class Files section on her blog to help her readers better navigate the kitchen. She makes sure to indulge in her sweet side from time to time, and she isn’t shy about sharing those recipes with her readers. You’ll find everything from tapas-inspired fare to breakfast dishes like overnight oats on The Housewife in Training Files. When she’s not in the kitchen, Megan works in the corporate world as a project manager for a digital advertising firm in Kansas City, Missouri, where she lives with her fiancé.


How to Make Roasted Garlic

Roasting garlic brings out its natural sweetness and deep flavor. Here's how to make roasted garlic by wrapping the heads individually and baking them.

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