Mar 16, 2012

Whole Wheat Vegetable Pizza made on Stove Top ( No Yeast / No Oven ) – Kids Special Recipes / Pizza under 30 mins


If you ask any kids what is their favorite, their first answer will be PIZZA…Pizza are a great hit with kids and they love it anytime of the week..But the pizza which you get from shops are not that much healthy, So make pizza at home because homemade are so much healthier and guilt free since you know what is in that..Are you so much worried that you can’t make homemade pizza because you don’t own a oven..Who told you that pizza can be only made in oven..Here I am giving you a healthy pizza that is made on stove top well under 30 mins..I got my oven just a year back, During the initial stage I was making pizza on stove top just on a frying pan or griddle pan..Then I made it in microwave, I will post that recipe soon..After I bought my very own OTG oven I started making pizza in that..I get so many request to show me pizza without a oven, so I thought to share this kids friendly recipe which can be made in less than 30 mins..
 

The cool thing about this recipe is you can whip up anytime of the day..Since there is no yeast in it, it can be made pretty instant. And also these pizzas are made with wheat flour which is a lot more healthier than regular all purpose flour. If you are making this for kids you can add plenty of vegetables and cover those up with plenty of cheese which makes it so healthy and kids are never going to find out what is inside that when they are covered with cheese..I used regular tomato ketchup as a sauce for this pizza, but you could use any pizza sauce of your choice..So try this healthy pizza right now and have fun with your kids..


I hope you will love it for sure and let me know what you think..I am sending this recipe to Blogging Marathan Day 1 under the theme Kid's Delight - Easy to make Snacks under 30 mins..

Ingrediants:

For Dough:
Whole Wheat Flour / Atta – 1 cup
Salt to taste
Baking powder – 1 tsp
Water as needed

For Toppings:
Onion – 1 sliced into thin rounds
Tomato- 1 sliced into thin rounds
Capsicum / Bell pepper – 4-5 slices
Tomato Ketchup – 2 tblspn or as needed
Olives – 4 chopped(optional)
Mozarella Cheese – as needed
Oregano – 1 tsp (optional)
Chat Masala – 1 tsp( optional)
Salt a pinch
Pepper a pinch
Oil- 1 tblspn

Method:

Start by making the dough. Mix wheat flour, salt and baking powder in a mixing bowl. Add water and make into a soft dough.

Now roll it out into thick roti. Place it over a nonstick tawa. Cover and cook for 3 mins. Open the lid and flip over.

Spread some sauce on top. Place onions, tomatoes, capsicum, olives on top.

Sprinkle with some oregano, salt, pepper and chat masala. Add lots of cheese on top.

Place back on the tawa and cover with a lid. Let it cook for 5 mins on a medium flame.

Now the cheese must have melted. Slice and serve.

Pictorial:
Take all your ingrediants
Prepare your veggies and cheese
Take wheat flour in a bowl
add salt and baking powder
add water
and make a dough
roll it out
put it in a non stick tawa
cover and cook
untill the bottom is cooked
flip over
apply some ketchup
place onions over it
now capsicum
Tomatoes
olives
oregano
and sprinkle very little salt and pepper
and some chat masala to make it a little naughty
and sprinkle lots and lots of cheese
and put it back on heat
drizzle some oil
cover again
till the cheese melts and bottom crisp up

Slice and serve

Check out all the pizza recipes in my blog..Click on the image to go to the recipes..



70 comments:

  1. Reminds me of my aunt who used to make pizzas on the tawa with readymade pizza bases.Whole wheat version sounds healthy...

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  2. That's really one delicious looking pizza, had I not read that it's made with wheat flour, one would surely not know..:)

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  3. WOW Pizza on stove top ..and No yeast , No eggs , No Oven ...Perfect recipe for me ...will try for sure and sure it will be a surprise for my son ...Thanks a lot for sharing this dear

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  4. wow!!No yeast and no oven!!!Looks great and very nice pictorial

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  5. awesome yaar


    i had tried on my pan but somehow i cudnt get it right at all.

    wd love to try the way you showed

    one of my bhabi told me to heat a tawa and put it upside down on the pan

    btw i wud be buying microwave soon so can anyone tell me which microwave wud be better.

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  6. Wooow that's just fantastic pan fried piza looks great...

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  7. Thats truely a unique idea Aarthi, from where did you get it gal ?

    It will enable those to make Pizza who dont have an Oven at home yet.. I am highly impressed :)

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  8. nice stove top pizza recipe. thank you

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  9. Aarti I have seen pizza but never one made in the fry pan. Thanks.

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  10. Wow! yummmmm and its healthy too:-).

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  11. Wow! pizza looks so yummmm...and it's healthy too.

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  12. Awesome. I only knew the microwave process. Thanks for sharing this.
    http://lavanyasrecipes.blogspot.com/

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  13. Looks fantastic. Great way of making kids eat their roti and subji!!

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  14. Home made wheat pizza looks fabulous. Well made. Thanks for sharing.

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  15. Very delicious and nutritious pizza. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. new wayto try to pizza.awesome....
    Maha

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  17. I should first commend your patience in taking step by step pictures. Love the pizza and its the healthy version too. Love it!!!

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  18. You actually made a wheat flour base! wow... i remember my dad would make pizza on stove with store bought pizza base.. i was crazy about them..till i tasted cheese burst of dominoes :D..Homemade is always special & tasty !

    Ongoing Event: I'm a STAR

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  19. Never thought of a quick bread recipe for the base - really innovative!

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  20. Wow super cool idea,looks awesome..healthy one

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  21. recipe looks very easy ...............today I was thinking to make pizza in night ...............sure will try this & give u the result ................great work

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  22. Wow..so nice idea...healthy pizza. love it dear.

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  23. Hello Arthi
    How very smart.
    I love the idea of making a pizza without an oven.
    You are certainly innovative.
    Great going.

    Anisha Kuruvilla

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  24. wonderful recipe u make it so easy that make any time

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  25. wow, you truely rock !!! What an innovative idea. I never thought we could pizza like this. I got to try it out :)

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  26. very easy one....u made it perfectly!...Kids will surely be happy!

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  27. This is a healthy and quick version of pizza. I liked your idea of making it in a pan.

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  28. Aarthi you make things so so simple.u know i hate the smell of yeast in pizzas...and u have the answer

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  29. lovely idea, Arathi.., looks yummy.., nice twist...

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  30. Very interesting. I am sure pizza fans without the oven would be really glad to get this recipe!

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  31. Very innovative!
    Happy to follow u!follow me at http://followfoodie.blogspot.com/

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  32. Superb and healthy Aarthi...You can't ask for more from a Pizza.

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  33. I am really enjoying your kids' food theme. Mine are older now, and these recipes would be perfect for them to try cooking themselves! Thanks :)

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  34. Pizza on tava-top, never tried them this way!!!looks filling n yum!!!

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  35. this is how my mom used to make pizzas when i was younger. I made a similar one recently to relive that taste, lovely step by step captures as always

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  36. nice step by step recipe. yep its new to me on stove top method, bookmarked.

    Hema's Adugemane

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  37. I made this last night & it was yummy! Though the base did not turn up soft like yours, was worth all the effort. This is surely a part of our weekly dinner menu!

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  38. reallly very very nice ,,,,,na koi microwave/tandoor/ over ka jhanjhat ! really nice i will try this in breakfast for sure ! awsme !

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  39. really very very nice ! awsem method !

    na koi oven.microwave ka jhanjhat !! nd moreover the most important thing its healthy made from wheat flour nt frm refined flour !!!! :-)

    surely gonna try this in brkfast :-)

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  40. Wow...I was searchin for tis receipe for long time....perfect for me..
    cheers
    suganya

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  41. Awesome idea to get kids eat healthy! Kudos to you Arthi!

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  42. wow awesome idea.great and thnx

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  43. Thank you very much ma 'am for ur wonderful and delicious recipes. U hav made cooking a lot easier for me.

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  44. will definitely give this a try! thank u again, Aarthi!

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  45. Hi aarthi...I have used this recipe twice for my daughter's pizza party at school. She loved it so much. Thank for sharing such a easy n wonderful recipe. Keep up the best work :) as u r doing.

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  46. Nice recipe. But what is the purpose of using baking powder?

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  47. Hi aarthy you mentioned u used to cook on tawa and also in microwave and then in oven. Can you give me link of microwave

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  48. Hi Arthi, love your yummy recipes. I tried this pizza by following your receipe...it tastes well but the base became so hard to cut even with the knife. What was the reason in your view?

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  49. @AnonymousI think u have crisped it too much..cook on low heat till the cheese melts

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  50. @AnonymousI din share that yet..will do it soon.

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  51. I tried ur pizza last night...i used homemade tomato sauce instead of tomato ketchup...it was very tasty...and super cool easy to make...thanks aarthi...

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  52. I tried this yesterday. My daughters loved it and said it is better than shop one. Thanks Aarthi. Also please post different type of Pizzas on Tawa. It will be really useful.

    Vasantha

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  53. Hello Aarthi , I love all ur recipes . I have a question . will the base cook inside as well , ? The base will not get black if we cook for 5 min .. On tawa . I jus asking my doubts . no hard feelings . I love all ur recipes.

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  54. @Senoritayes it will be cooked, u have to cook this on low heat

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  55. Can I use maida as substitute of wheat flour... Will it work good on tawa ???

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  56. Hi, can't wait to try this. Can I use milk instead of water to make the dough ? Also, as soon as you flip the base, we must take it off the stove, right? Then put the toppings ?
    Thanks

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  57. @Anonymouswater is traditionally used. And topping can be done over stove as well. but heat has to be low

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  58. So nice Arti.thanks a lot for such beautiful recipes.

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  59. Hi.. how many days can I store the floor in fridge... ??

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  60. @Anonymous you can keep it for 3 days or so

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