Stuffed Paratha Pizza

Hey guys!! Pizzas are one of the dishes which I and husband equally enjoy eating. We love pizzas but are not easily impressed with every outlet that serves it. I started making pizzas at home and my biggest critic is my husband. He is not very easy to please when it comes to fusion dishes. So when I told him I am going to experiment on something we both love so much he was not ready for it. But I went for it anyways and the look on his face when he had it was priceless. He loved it!!!  Stuffed Paratha pizza is basically the cheese burst version of a regular pizza but instead of cheese bursting out we have stuffed paratha as the base. It appeals to our Indian taste and is a perfect fusion. So lets start cooking this tasty fusion dish…

Ingredients:

For Dough:

Wheat Flour- 200 gms

All purpose flour/Maida- 75 gms

Salt – 1 tsp

Oil- 1 tbsp

Italian Seasoning- 1 tsp

Water for kneading

For Stuffing:

Boiled Potatoes- 4 large

Boiled Green Peas- 1/2 cup

Boiled Corn kernels- 1/4 cup

Processed Cheese (Grated) – 1/2 cup

Salt as per taste

Oregano – 1 tbsp

Chilli Flakes – 1 tbsp

Ginger-Garlic-Green Chilli Paste- 1 tbsp

Pizza Sauce – 1 tbsp

For Topping:

Mozzarella Cheese (grated) – 1 cup

Onions (Chopped as desired)- 2 large

Capsicum (Chopped as desired)- 1 large

Tomato(Chopped as desired) – 1 large

Italian Seasoning to sprinkle

Pizza Sauce for spreading

Method:

For Dough:

In a mixing bowl take all the ingredients for the dough except the water and mix well. Now knead the dough using water little by little. The dough should be of pizza base dough consistency. It should not be too loose or too hard. Once kneaded keep aside for 10 mins.

For Stuffing:

1) In a bowl take the boiled potatoes, boiled green peas and boiled corn kernels and mash them together.

2) Now add the salt, oregano, chilli flakes, ginger garlic green chilli paste and pizza sauce and mix well.

3) Lastly add the cheese and mix it. Make balls out of this stuffing.

Making the Paratha:

1) Make balls out of the dough (Approx 8-10). Roll one of the balls using rolling pin to about 4 inches circle. Add the stuffing prepared in the center of the circle and fold the outer edges of the dough together and seal the stuffing.

2) Now roll the stuffed ball into a circle of around 6-7 inches.

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3) Heat a non-stick tawa (griddle) and cook the paratha using a little oil until golden brown spots appear on one side completely and the other side just half cook it.

4) Cook all the parathas this way and keep aside.

For Topping and final assembly:

1) On a tawa/gridle add some butter/oil/ghee place the paratha with the half cooked side facing down.

2) Add pizza sauce on the side which has been cooked completely. Add cheese and then all the toppings. Add cheese again on top and sprinkle the seasoning. Cover the tawa and let the paratha cook on low flame till cheese melts. It should not take more than 10 mins.

OR

Pre-heat the oven at 180 degree Celsius and bake the parathas at 180 degrees for 10 minutes.

3) The paratha pizza is ready. Serve hot.

 

 

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shail

I am a lawyer by profession but love to cook. Being a foodie myself I keep trying variations with my recipes. My blog is all about my experiments and experience with food. You can follow me on instagram, twitter and facebook all having handles alawyerskitchen. I am also on the food reviewer panel with GoToChef, which is the perfect platform to check out reviews on various food products and also find recipes using the same. You can also find me on blogchatter https://www.theblogchatter.com/user/shailparekhthosani and pinterest https://in.pinterest.com/alawyerskitchen2018/

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