Caramelized Onion & Tomato Tart

Tomato Tart Slices Recipe - ADOS

Pizza in all forms is one of my absolute favorite foods.

The pizza emoji? Yeah, it’s almost always in my “recently used” category on my phone.

N and I even indulge in a weekly tradition each Friday after a long week – Pizza Party Friday Night. He usually whips up some semi-homemade creation while I’m still battling the Tampa traffic on my way home.

This week though… I had just the ticket.

TITLE Tomato Tart - ADOS

Every working lady’s savior – a fast and easy throw-together type recipe that seems like it could have taken hours, but is a snap to whip up and impress.

It masquerades as a fancied up tart, but is really more of a down-to earth, just dressed up pizza.

Pizza dough is replaced with flaky, buttery pastry dough (from the freezer mind you).

Puff Pastry - ADOS

Shredded mozzarella is omitted to let the creamy, herbed deliciousness of Boursin in on the party.

Boursin Cheese - ADOS

Boursin Cheese Topping - ADOS

Caramelized onions (which always sound fancy, but really only require a skillet on med-high heat and some butter) boot out greasy pepperoni for the night.

Sliced Onions - ADOS

Cook the onions - ADOS

Caramelized Onions - ADOS

(Is there anything that caramelized onions aren’t good on?)

Caramelized Onions on Top - ADOS

The spotlight is truly the tomatoes.

Tomatoes - ADOS

Not the sauced up version, but the fresh plump (and ideally multicolored) ones.

Tomato on Top - ADOS

Top it all with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar…

Fresh Toppings on Tomato Tart - ADOS

Drizzle of Tomatoes - ADOS

Then just pop in a 425 degree oven for about 15 mins, or until the crust turns a perfect golden color and puffs up.

Super simple and amazingly flavorful, this is a party you won’t want to miss!

Tomato Tart - ADOS

Y’all wanna pizza this? Just a bite?

 

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