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*Celebrating my 50th post with Bread Pizza

Yeeeeee!!!!!! My 50th post

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Hi friends, sorry I couldn't post any recipes since last week.There was some problem with my laptop. I am so happy and excited,this is my 50th post. This is just a beginning for me , hope to get your love and support in the future also. I want to share many more recipes and food tips with you all.

Celebrating my 50th post with a wonderful, yummy recipe my mom makes. It is a favorite at my place. This recipe is a different version of a pizza,you can say a low fat version as it does not have any cheese.Weight conscious people,you can eat this dish without any guilt. You will love this sweet and spicy combination.

Bread Pizza

I have seen and heard about many bread pizza recipes, this is a bit different from those.So lets give this recipe a try.


Ingredients:
  • Bread (of your choice) - 4 slices
  • Onion- 1 medium ,finely chopped
  • Capsicum- 1 medium, finely chopped
  • Tomato (optional) - 1 medium, finely chopped
  • Tomato Ketchup
  • Butter ( low-fat)/Ghee (for toasting bread)
For Chutney:
  • Cilantro(Coriander) - 1 bunch (use the stems also)
  • Mint leaves - 8-10 no.
  • Ginger - 1 small piece
  • Green chillies - 2, small
  • Lime juice- 2 tsp
  • Salt to taste
To garnish:
  • Fine sev
Method:

For chutney:
  • Clean the coriander.Peel ginger and remove stems from green chillies .Wash all these ingredients thoroughly.

  • Grind these along with the remaining ingredients into a smooth paste in a food processor.

  • Store in a bowl.
For pizza:
  • Apply a tbsp. of chutney,then a tbsp. of ketchup on a slice of bread. (The amount of chutney and ketchup can vary as per your taste.)

  • Heat a girdle or tawa and toast the bread slice,chutney side up with little butter till the downside becomes brownish and little crispy.

  • Top the toasted bread slice with little chopped onion,capsicum and tomato.

  • Garnish it with sev and serve hot.
Serves 2

Note: Start making the pizza when you are about to serve or else it will become soft and soggy.

I am sending this recipe to the WYF: Party Food event hosted by easycrafts of Simple Indian food blog.

17 comments:

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

looks yummy and quite diff from the usual pizza. congrats on ur 50th post!

Uma said...

wow, this sure looks different from regular bread pizza. Sev on pizza is a great idea! looks fabulous Hetal! Congrats on the half-century. Wish you many more in future.

DEESHA said...

looks very nice N innovative .. congrats on the 50th post

Archy said...

Wow, Ur version of bread pizza is wonderful Isha, I liked the idea of adding sev on top :)!!
Congrats on ur 50 post.. many more to go...

Cham said...

Congrats Isha :) Great snack idea very different twist

srikars kitchen said...

Looks Awesome & delicious dear... really tempting & Mouth watering...

Sireesha said...

Looks yummy and quite different from bread pizza...Congrats on ur 50 th post Hetal:) Wish u many more centuries in future...

Radhika said...

your version looks great. The sev on top reminds me of bhel.

Yasmeen said...

Beautiful blog Hetal:)
Bread Pizza with Indian Twist looks like a great party food.

Sia said...

congrats on completeing 50 posts isha :)

Arundhuti said...

wonderful blog hetal....congrats on ur 50th post...the bread pizza looks delicious! must have tasted so too...:-)

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Usha said...

Congrats on completing 50 posts...the bread pizza looks yum..great fusion recipe...

meeso said...

Congratulations on your 50th! My mom use to make these for me using buns when I was a kid... Brings back memories, looks yummy!

Ramya Bala said...

Wow,I make the same kind of bread pizza and urs is lovely..hanks for sharing :)

Ivy said...

Congrats for your 50th post. Your bread pizza looks delicious.

I have an Award for you.

Ramya Vijaykumar said...

Congrats on your 50th post and the Bread Piza with Sev was inspiring and delectable too...

I have something waiting for you at
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Pavithra said...

Wooooooooooooow looks yummy like a chaat...