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What to do with lavash: Sardine and Onion Cracker Thin Pizza

Weekend cooking is the best. I made a batch of garbanzo beans! And experimented with some lavash pizza, which is wonderful. It became a cracker, a pizza cracker.

So good!


I just bought some whole wheat lavash so I have something to wrap myself for lunch for the week. I made wraps for lunch tomorrow already and wanted to try something else, preferably with sardines since I had half a can left.

The internet never lets you down.


The onions were sweet and lucious. The crust was crispy and light.


Paired with a cucumber/tomato salad, it was a great lunch.

Sardine, Onion, and Gorgonzola Lavash Cracker Pizza
Serves 1

1/2 whole wheat laash
1 whole small onion, sliced
1/2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
2-3 fillets of sardines, crumbled
1 ounce gorgonzola, crumbled
pinch of fennel seeds

  1. Pre-heat oven for 450 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Saute the sliced onion over medium heat with the olive oil. Continue to saute over low until the onions are soft and caramelized.
  3. Spread caramelized onion on the lavash. Scatter the crumbled gorgonzola, sardines, and fennel seeds over the lavash. Bake for 10-15 minutes.


The other half of the lavash I sprinkled with gorgonzola cheese.

Crispy cracker with salty, creamy cheese – om nom nom nom!


3 thoughts on “What to do with lavash: Sardine and Onion Cracker Thin Pizza

  1. What a wonderful idea! Someone recently recommended trying to make lavash wraps, but I had no idea what to do with the extra few lavash left in the package. A thin crust pizza would be amazing, especially with gorgonzola — or maybe goat cheese!

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