One of the best memories many daughters have with their moms is cooking. It’s a valuable life skill that we should have all been taught and is often passed down by mothers to their daughters, as well aі fathers to sons, grandparents to grandkids and more. Teaching your daughter to cook will not only teach them to feed themselves and their future families, but it will create beautiful bonding moments for both you and fond memories to look back on. If your daughter is 10 or under, you might want to avoid going for super complicated recipes or dishes that require a lot of hazardous cooking utensils. Here is a recipe that is easy enough for younger kids to participate in and that will be as fun to make as they are tasty and enjoyable to eat.
- Preheat your oven to 200C/400F/Gas 7.
- Place the naan on a baking tray.
- Spread the pesto all over the naan.
- Scatter the tomatoes, olives and cheese over the top.
- Sprinkle with oregano on black pepper.
- Place in the oven and bake for 7-9 minutes until the cheese is bubbling.
Using Naan bread as your pizza base is a way to get around the lengthier process of making the dough yourself or relying on frozen pizzas. It’s also a way to introduce new, worldly foods to your kids - if this isn’t already part of your personal culture’s cuisine. You can also sub out the Naan bread for traditional pizza crust if you wish or you can sub it out with cauliflower crust for a gluten free alternative. Toppings can also be easily modified depending on what type of pizza you both like.