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Simple Pizza base Recipe made on Tawa (অভেন ব্যৱহাৰ নকৰাকৈ বনোৱা পিজ্জা বেচ)

Pizza base

Pizza base is a flat shaped bread. You can buy pizza base from the store but making pizza base at home is not that tough one. I made simple pizza base today on tawa. I'm thinking of making pizza in the evening using these pizza bases, the recipe of which I'll share later.  Today I'm going to share simple pizza base recipe made without using oven.

Simple Pizza base Recipe made on Tawa ( অসমীয়াত ৰেচিপি তলত পাব)

Pizza base


📎Course : Main Course 
📎Cuisine : World 
🔪Preparation Time : 15 minutes
♨Cooking Time : 20 minutes 
🕞Total : 35 minutes
🍴Servings : 4

INGREDIENTS:


  • 2 cups maida (all purpose flour) ( 2 কাপ মইদা)
  • 1 teaspoon yeast ( 1 চাহ চামুচ ইষ্ট)
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt (1/2 চাহ চামুচ নিমখ)
  • 1 teaspoon sugar (1 চাহ চামুচ চেনি)
  • 2 tablespoons semolina (2 চামুচ চেমলিনা)
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil / vegetable oil (1 চামুচ তেল)
  • 1 cup lukewarm water (or as required) (1 কাপ কুহুমীয়া গৰম পানী)

METHOD:

  1. In a bowl take maida, yeast, salt, sugar, semolina and oil. Mix well. 
  2. Add lukewarm water and make a soft dough. 
  3. Cover the bowl and keep aside for half an hour. 
  4. After half an hour you'll find double the size of the dough. 
  5. Again knead the dough properly and with the help of a knife make four parts. 
  6. From each part make flat circle shaped pizza base  by rolling.  Don't make it too thin and prick each pizza base evenly using a fork. 
  7. Now heat a pan. Now lower the heat and heat each pizza base for five minutes each on the pan. Don't forget to turn it up the pizza base while heating. 
  8. Now your pizza base is ready to make pizza. 
( এটা বাতিত সকলোখিনি উপকৰণ ভালদৰে সানি মাৰি লৱ| 

বাতিটো এটিয়া ঢ়াকোন মাৰি আধা ঘণ্টা থৈ দিব|

দেখিব যে ময়দাখিনি ফুলি গৈছে| এটিয়া ইয়াক চাৰি ভাগ কৰি ৰুটি বেলাৰ দৰে ডাঠ কৈ বেলি কাটা চামুচেৰে খুচি দিব|

এটিয়া তাৱা গৰম কৰি জুই কমাই লব|
এখন এখনকৈ ৰুটি সেকি লব |

পিজ্জা বেচ পিজ্জা বনাবৰ বাবে তৈয়াৰ হৈ গল|)



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