If there’s one Italian delicacy that none of us can’t resist – it has to be a pizza. This beloved delicacy has evolved beyond just being an Italian staple to becoming one of the most popular fast-food items all across the globe. If you look around and explore, you will come across a wide range of tiny eateries and high-end restaurants selling their own unique variations of the pizza, especially when it comes to pizza toppings. Some like to have it with paneer, some like to have it with chicken, veggies and more. In this article, we bring you a recipe for pizza made with sooji instead of maida. For all the health-conscious people out there, this recipe is sure to tug at your heartstrings. Wondering how to go about it? Take a look below.
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Chef Sanjeev Kapoor shared this recipe on his Instagram page. In the caption, he wrote, ”Have you ever thought pizza can be healthy? Here’s a slightly healthier avatar of pizza prepared with sooji (semolina). Trust me you won’t be able to spot the difference!’ So, without further ado, let’s learn how to make it at home.
Sooji Pan Pizza Recipe: How To Make Sooji Pan Pizza
To begin with the pizza recipe, you first need to prepare the pizza base. For that, take a large bowl, add semolina, chopped green chillies, curd, salt to taste, and water. Mix it well.
Now add baking soda, and mix until well combined.
Heat the oil in a pan, add the sooji mixture and spread it evenly. Cover the pan and let it cook.
Spread pizza sauce on top of the base, add grated cheese, some veggies, salt, and pepper.
For the complete step-by-step detailed recipe, watch the video below.
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Try this recipe at home and let us know how it turns out in the comments below.
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