Monday, January 28, 2008

Garlic Parmesan Flatbread With Homemade Salsa!


I was thinking of what to make for the Game night event hosted by Mansi of Fun & Food. For more details on the event check out at: http://funnfud.blogspot.com/2008/01/announcing-event-game-night-party.html
I was shopping at Traders Joe & came across the Garlic & Parmesan crusted flat bread. Sounded interesting & i thought of a very simple & delicious snackfor the event that will be ready in less than 15 minutes.

Ingredients:

Garlic & Parmesan Flat bread - 1 packet (Traders Joe)
Red onion - 1
Tomatoes - 2
Bell pepper - 1/2
Cilantro - 3 tsps (finely chopped)
Salt - to taste
Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp
Lemon juice - 1/2 lemon
Habanero sauce - optional (to make it spicier!!)

Method:

1. Chop all the veggies into small cubes.

2. Mix it well with salt, pepper, lemon juice & cilantro. Add habanero sauce if desired to suit your spice level.
3. Preheat the oven / toaster-oven & cook the flat bread as instructed in the box.

4. Cut the flat bread into wedges & serve with the home made spicy salsa.

A perfect snack to munch on & ready very quick. You can make the salsa before hand itself & just cook the flat bread, once your guests start to arrive.. its will be reasy in minutes all hot & delicious!

Also use the salsa for chips too... add some melted cheese on top of your tortilla chips & you have one more game night food ready!

19 comments:

Red Chillies said...

Lovely idea Seema. I love garlic anytime and along with parmesan that must have tasted superb!

easycrafts said...

That cools cool and yummy

Asha said...

That would be very nice for game night. I am planning to make few dips, chili and cheese Fondue!:)

DEEPA said...

ohh seema ..this is a good one .We could have made this at the potluck y'day .We shall surely have it sometime soon ....

Prema Sundar said...

nice and cool idea seema....quick and easy to make for the game night.

Laavanya said...

Seema, that's a quick and satisfying snack. I see a good influence of your recent trip to Mexico... :)

Mansi Desai said...

Good one Seema!! thanks so much for sending this in:)

remya said...

creative way seema....love garlic flavour...

Seema said...

Red Chillies - Thanks! Yes the flat bread tasted great.

Easycrafts- Thank u :-)

Asha- Nice & easy....Cheese fondue - yum!

Deepa- Thanks, next time.. i never thought of this till at home last night. Made it for S.

Prema- Thanks - easy & tasty too!

Laavanya - Satisfying ofcourse! Influence of mexico - Ha ha !! You got it right.. thats why mentioned Habanero sauce - we bought 5 bottles different kinds :-)

Mansi - Thanks for hosting the event.

Remya - Thank u.

Meera said...

Really cool!! Quick and easy and delicious! Perfect finger food.

Dhivya said...

nice idea seema,,,,

Seema said...

Meera - Yes - superfast & yum too!

Dhivya - Thank u!

Sagari said...

those are just perfect for gamenight seema ,looks yummy

Nupur said...

That looks delicious, Seema!
I saw your comment on my blog asking if I got your mail. I did get it, and replied to it within a couple of hours, so it may have gone to your spam folder or something :) I have sent it again, and hopefully you will get it this time!

Nithu said...

Really a quick and yummy recipe. Thanks for sharing...

Seema said...

Sagari - Thank you.

Nupur - Thanks! Got your mail & sent u a reply too :-)

Nithu - Thank you :-)

Richa said...

yumm!
i too got that flat bread, i think they introduced it recently, it tastes good.

Shweta said...

Great idea for game night!

Kribha said...

Sure is a great crowd pleaser. I'm a garlic lover and this is certainly my kind of dish.