Ideal for lunch or with a summer barbecue, these gluten-free pizza-like little flatbreads include fava bean flour, which is now being produced in the UK. Made from broad beans, it adds a mild earthy flavour to your baking and can improve the quality of gluten-free bread.
This is a dough that behaves unlike any standard pizza base – it’s more like a thick batter, which you spoon onto the baking sheet and spread as best you can. Expect irregularity and savour the cragginess.
Creamy goat's cheese bubbles away to create a golden crust on the thyme-scented bread. Look out for a jar or tub of marinated chargrilled artichokes – any antipasti-type vegetables would work but their smoky greenness complements the other flavours and a few walnuts contribute crunch. It’s a very easy-going bread – simple to make, relaxed in consistency and it reheats perfectly.