Skip to main content

Indian style Veg Pizza on Tawa

Veg pizza
Veg pizza 

Pizza without using oven is possible.  We can make pizza on tawa or pan. It's very simple and need not much afford.

In my previous post I shared the recipe of how to make pizza base at home without using oven. From two cups of flour I made four medium sized pizza base.  Using those pizza base I made one veg pizza for me and my husband,  one simple chicken pizza for my son and one sweet corn pizza for my daughter. But if you don't want to make your own pizza base at home you can  buy pizza base from the store.

Sweet corn pizza
Sweet corn pizza 
Chicken pizza
Chicken pizza 


The procedure of making these pizzas are the same.  So today I'm going to share the recipe of veg pizza which I made without using oven.

Indian style Veg Pizza on Tawa :



📎Course : Main Course 
📎Cuisine : World 
🔪Preparation Time : 15 minutes
♨Cooking Time : 20 minutes 
🕞Total : 35 minutes
🍴Servings : 1

INGREDIENTS:

  • 1 medium sized pizza base 
  • 1 medium onion, chopped in small squares 
  • 1 small tomato, chopped in small squares 
  • 1  or 2 garlic cloves, finely chopped 
  • 1/4 cup of sweet corn 
  • 2 tbsp pizza sauce or as required 
  • 4-5 basil leaves 
  • Pizza cheese as you required or 1/8 cup of grated cheese 
  • Pinch of salt 
  • Pinch of black pepper
  • Red chilli flakes as required. 
METHOD:

  1. Heat the tawa on high heat. 
  2. In the meantime spread the pizza sauce on the upper side of the pizza base. 
  3. Top up with chopped onion, garlic, tomato, sweet corn and basil leaves. 
  4. Sprinkle grated pizza cheese above the veggies. 
  5. Sprinkle salt and pepper. 
  6. Now above the hot tawa, place a nonstick frying pan. 
  7. Once the frying pan becomes hot, lower the heat. 
  8. Now place the pizza on the frying pan and cover with a lid. 
  9. Let the pizza cook in low heat till cheese melts and the pizza base becomes golden. 
  10. Once done,  remove from heat.
  11. Sprinkle some red chilli flakes and serve hot. 

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

List of Vegetables used in Assamese Cuisine with their English name.

Here is a list of 50 leafy and non-leafy vegetables used in Assamese cuisine with their English name.         Assamese name = English name  Lai xaak(লাই শাক)= Mustard green  Paleng xaak(পালেং শাক)= Spinach  Horiyoh xaak(সৰিয়হ শাক)= Mustard plant  Dhekia(ঢেকিয়া)= Fiddlehead ferns  Meethi xaak(মিথি শাক)= Fenugreek greens Mati kaduri(মাটি কাডুৰি)= Sessile joyweed  Lofa xaak(লফা শাক)= Chinese mellow   Bor-manimuni(বৰ-মানিমুনি)= Asiatic pennywort  Sofguti(চফগুটি)= Fennel  Dangbodi(ডাংবদি)= Yard long been  Kolmou(কলমৌ)= Water spinach  Titamora(তিতামৰা)= Jute plant  Tengamora(টেঙামৰা)= Roselle  Bhekuri(ভেকুৰী)= Indian nightshade  Squash(স্কচ্)= Chayote squash  Bahgaj(বাহঁগাজ)= Bamboo shoots  Betgaj(বেতগাজ)= Rattan shoots  Sojina(চজিনা)= Drumstick  Maan-dhania(মান ধনিয়া)= Long coriander  Mosondori(মচন্দৰি)= Heart leaf  Bhedai lota(ভেদাইলতা)= Skunk vine  Zilmil(জিলমিল)= White goosefoot  Moricha(মৰিচা)= Amaranth  Khutura(খুতুৰা)= Green amaranth  Oolkobi(ওলকব

List of Fruits found in Assam with their English Names

Here is a list of fruits found in Assam with their English names.  Assamese Name = English Name  Kordoi (কৰদৈ) = Starfruit (Scientific name : Averrhoa carambola) Lichu (লিচু) = Litchi (Scientific name : Litchi chinensis) Matikothal (মাটিকঠাল) = Pineapple (Scientific name : Ananas comosus) Komola (কমলা) = Orange  Noga Tenga (নগা টেঙা) = Rhus srmialata Ahom Bogori = Peach (Scientific name : Prunus persica) Kothal (কঠাল) = Jackfruit (Scientific name : Artocarpus heterophyllus) Siral (চিৰাল) = Mouse Melon (Scientific name : Melothria scabra) Torbuj (তৰবুজ) = Watermelon (Scientific name : Citrullus lanatus) Bogori (বগৰী) = Jujube ( Scientific name :  Zizyphus jujuba) Modhuri (মধুৰী) = Guava  Jamuk (জামুক) = Malabar Plum, Java Plum or Black Plum (Scientific name : Syzygium cumini) Aam (আম) = Mango   Mouchumi (মৌচুমি) = Sweet Lime (Scientific name : Citrus limetta) Lataku (লেতেকু) = Baccurea (Scientific name : Baccurea sapida) Dalim (ডালিম) = Pomegranate (Scientific

Water Hyacinth : The Most Amazing Vegetable I Found During My Visit To Tipam

 Food and travel go hand in hand. I always like to try new food, specially the local food whenever I travel. My recent visit to Tipam was not an amazing one in terms of testing food, as we didn't  find a good  eatery. But the most amazing thing happened was that we found a vegetable vendor who was selling water hyacinth (meteka) in his bicycle. I once tasted a water hyacinth dish in my mom's place but haven't cooked it myself. So I bought two bunches of water hyacinth's leaves with stems from him. As he was also selling water hyacinth's blossoms, I bought it too which was a new vegetable for me.  Water hyacinth  Water hyacinth's blossoms  Tipam is located in the Naharkatia Tehsil of Dibrugarh district of Assam. Tipam was the first capital of Ahom dynasty. The first Ahom king Swargadeo Chaolung Sukapha is said to have set his first foot hear after he entered Assam.  The main attraction of Tipam is the Deosali hill which is a beautiful hill surrounded by beautifu