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Vaibhavverma | Nov 21, 201509:22 AM    

Hello everyone and welcome to my page..... Today we are going to make Bread Pizza.. sounds interesting right??yes it is interesting indeed..

Going forward with bread pizza I would like to tell you that bread pizza is very quick to cook and it is a very tasty snack you can eat it as breakfast and as a tea time snack.

It is a very light snack so health conscious people can also enjoy it.

You can cook Bread Pizza by using simple ingredients which are as below

Bread slices (Brown bread preferably)
Semolina
cream(malai)
Milk
Chopped onion
Chopped Capsicum
Chopped carrot
Chopped green chilly
Olive oil
Pepper, red chilly powder and salt to taste.

You need to follow a simple method to cook Bread Pizza which is as below:

Add semolina and cream in equal quantity

Mix it to make a batter.

Add little milk in batter and let it rest for 5 minutes.

Now add salt, red chilly and pepper.

Add chopped onions, capsicum, green chilly and carrot in it.

Apply batter on one side of bread.

Heat 1/2 teaspoon oil in pan.

Then put bread upside down and cook it for 2 minutes on low flame.

Now turn the bread and cook it for 1 minute.

And your Quickie Breakfast is ready to eat.

You can sprinkle Italian seasoning(oregano and chilly flakes) to give it a real pizza feel!!

Serve it with tomato sauce.....

Enjoy..have fun...and share your experience....

Gourmet India: Breakfast Quickie...Bread Pizza

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