There’s a double dose of pure maple syrup in this hearty flatbread. It flavors the butternut squash and sweetens a vinaigrette that dresses an unusual topping: finely shredded raw chard leaves. The fresh-tasting chard in combination with the savory, salty sausage and creamy ricotta on the flatbread is heavenly.
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This seems like such an odd combination of flavors. But it is so good! My veggie-avoidant kids actually ask for this, THAT'S how good it is. I agree with a previous reviewer - as long as I don't call it pizza, everyone eats it happily. Yummy.
This was stellar! I used less onion and thyme th what was called for. The second time around, I substituted goat cheese for ricotta and pancetta for sausage, using slightly less of each. My husband is a pizza traditionalist but -- as long as I called it flatbread ??-- he very much enjoyed it.
Excellent!! I used trader joes fresh pizza crust to make two flatbreads. Served as appetizer for holiday party. Used cream cheese instead of ricotta since I had that on hand. Sweetness of the maple syrup coated squash complemented by saltiness of the sausage and then contrast with the slight bite of the vinegar on the chard. Just explosion of yumminess!! Great texture. Excellent.
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