Back to the flatbread. It would be just as tasty (and maybe a little easier) to use the pre-made dough ball they sell at Publix or any bakery, but we used a breadmaker to create the dough from scratch. A pretty simple mixture of ingredients - flour, egg, salt, sugar, oil -all thrown into the bread machine. It does the rest. It's quite simple. And you can avoid some of those hard-to-read ingredients that are often found in the frozen or pre-made pizza crusts.
After the dough was rolled out, it was put on a nice hot grill for just a couple of minutes on each side. It's cool to watch how fast the dough cooks this way; it gives it a nice crispy exterior.
Next, crumbled goat cheese, figs and a light layer of mozzarella was added to seal everything on, and then it was placed back on the grill for about 5-7 minutes. Lastly, it was topped off with arugula and drizzled with honey. Yum.
In addition, we made another flatbread to give some variety to our guests. This one was layered with sun dried tomato paste, mozzarella, deli sliced pepperoni and turkey, red onion, kalamata olives and tomatoes. Lookin good over here...