Socca pizza made with chickpea flour. This no-yeast pizza needs just a few ingredients and is protein rich. Toppings can be customized to ones likes and dislikes.
Indian style pizza with creamy curried spinach on an instant pizza crust — take about 15~20 minutes to put everything together. If you don’t want to be bothered with making the crust, just use store bought naans instead — they would work beautifully here.
Easy to make Pizza Dough with Italian Vegetarian toppings.
A delicious fusion of kids favorite dishes — Pizza and Mac & Cheese. This is definitely going to be a crowd pleaser.
Pizza crust made with Whole grains — cornmeal, barley flour and wholewheat flour along with a little bit of bread flour. Per serving there are 43gms of whole grains in this recipe.
ide is essentially a boat shaped bread that is used as a pizza base and can be filled with grilled veggies, cheese, eggs. Even sweet fillings like fruit and custard can be used as fillings and served as cake.
Cheesy & delicious Pizza Muffins — kid friendly recipe.
Blogging Marathon# 47: Week 2/ Day 3 Theme: Kid’s Delight Event — Pizza & Pasta Dish: Taco Pizza Today’s dish is a Mexican – Italian fusion dish, Taco pizza. My son loves tacos and pizzas and this seemed to be a great dish which combines both of his favorites. I saw the recipe being made on TV by the Pioneer Woman and I knew I will be making it for my kids real soon.
Bake-a-thon 2014: Day 5 Bake of the day: Pizza Dough with Semolina I have tried quite a few pizza crust recipes in the past and I think I found couple of recipes that I really like and work very well — like this whole wheat crust and this regular pizza dough. But when I saw this pizza dough with semolina recipe in one of the King Arthur catalogs, I really wanted to try it out. I have never used semolina in baking before and I remember one of my friend telling me that fine sooji is a good substitute. I…
I have missed the last edition of International Food Challenge because of summer vacation and possibly poor planning on my side. Even this post is late, but I didn’t want to miss the 1st Anniversary of IFC. Hearty congratulations to Saras and Shobana for coming up with the event idea and completing 1 successful year. For this month’s challenge, Saras picked 2 dishes from each of the previous years challenges. It was quite tough picking just one and I ended up making California Veggie Pizza that Joanne T Ferguson suggested. My son has been asking for a pizza and I…