Indian Chinese Pizza

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Indian Chinese Pizza
NO oil was used for this preparation!

I call it this after much deliberation as to what the title should be  – Perhaps Shepherd’s Pie or Quiche? Nah – The first makes me think meat and the second makes me think egg – Since this has neither and is as veggie/vegan as can be I thought I’d call it what it resembles the most. Indian because I used the same Cilantro Chappati atta (give link) that’d I had leftovers of for the base – And Chinese because I used unconventional pizza seasoning and toppings like cauliflower mainly, zucchini, green bell pepper and red bell pepper and green chilies – For seasoning all I used was Fab India’s  Szechuan spice mix – And did it ever taste good! My son went on and one about it and I was needless to say pleased as punch as the desired effect it’d had on him and the rest of the family. So easy, yet so satisfying
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Preparation
Grate your veggies as opposed to cutting them/ Add the salt and spices and turn.
Roll out like square/round pizza base. Add the veggies and the cheese (I used Parmesan and Mozzarella. Bake in oven for 15-20 minutes at 425 degrees – Since I did not use yeast, it did not rise very much, but it was a think crust and tasted like soft on the inside and crunchy like breadsticks around the corners.
Enjoy folks J

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March 25, 2011

39 Comments

  1. looks awesome priya! loved the fusion combination :)

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  2. Wow.. That's a very innovative pizza filled with veggies. Looks nutritious and delicious.

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  3. Wow, what a great idea. And you make it look so good…fabulous!

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  4. The version of pizza sounds interesting! Nice idea!

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  5. Delicious and healthy pizza

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  6. Hi,
    first time here…
    Wow that looks super delicious!

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  7. delicious and healthy pizza :)

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  8. ooohhh that looks good and innovative….very nice…too yum
    u have awards and tag waiting for u in my blog!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  9. Interesting pizza, delicious and colorful.

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  10. Wow! such a delicious mouth watering pizza.

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  11. Delicious combination :) Really cant resist.yummmm :)

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  12. yummy pizza. Home made food food is always healthy and awesome.

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  13. Wat a wonderful fusion, sounds absolutely unique and irresistible..

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  14. Sound interesting and delicious…thanks for sharing

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  15. By having a slice of this pizza I guess one could have your share of veggies for the day.Nice innovation.

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  16. This looks wonderful! I like your clever name for it – very original!

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  17. Priya, u rock with all ur no fat recipes.Yumelicious.

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  18. Wow how delicious! Your pizza looks fantastic, Priya!
    Have a wonderful weekend,
    Tammy

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  19. This fusion combo looks and sounds awesome… I'd love to try a slice…:)
    Reva

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  20. what a neat idea. looks great. thanks for sharing

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  21. That indeed a easy recipe to enjoy! looks so colourful!

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  22. Indian chinese pizza..what a sweet name..the pizza looks very colorfull and delicious..I too prefer thin crust pizza..Wud love to have a piece:-(

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  23. Thanks alot dear for your entries:)

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  24. Healthy and delicious too…

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