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December 19, 2017

Avarekalu Mixture Recipe – Hyacinth/Field Beans Snacks - Avarekalu Recipes

Avarekalu mixture
Avarekalu season is started in Bangalore. Every year I never forget to try some interesting avarekalu recipes during this season. My School moms friends are the biggest inspiration & source for my Karnataka recipes. This year they suggested me to try Avarekalu uppittu & avarekalu mixture recipe. Avarekalu mixture is an yummy South Indian mixture recipe prepared with the combination of deep fried avarekalu(Hyacinth beans / Flat beans/ Indian lilva beans in English, Mochakottai in Tamil, Surti papdi in Hindi), poha, peanuts, nuts and raisins. One can find it easily in most of the snacks and savory shops in Bangalore at this time. In many places, people make this mixture only with avarekalu. But I like to add all the other ingredients to yield more quantity and taste. Hitikida avarekalu (Skinless beans) works well for this mixture recipe. It was so good and crunchy to taste. I am sure kids and adults would love to munch it during tea time. It would be ideal for their snacks box as well. Even though its high in calories, its a very tasty indulgence. You can also make this mixture with dry avarekalu/ dried beans by soaking overnight in water. Do try this yummy mixture recipe in this avarekalu season. You will love it. Ok, lets see how to make Avarekalu mixture recipe with step by step pictures.
Check out my other Avarekalu Recipes below
  1. Avarekalu Saaru
  2. Avarekalu pulao
  3. Avarekalu sagu for poori, roti 
  4. Avarekalu huli
Avarekalu mixture

Avarekalu mixture recipe

Avarekalu mixture recipe How to make South Indian style mixture recipe with avarekalu / Mochai / Hyacinth beans
Cuisine: South Indian
Category: Snacks
Serves: Serves 4
Prep time: 5 Minutes
Cook time: 15 Minutes
Total time: 20 Minutes

1 cup - 250ml
  • Hitikida Avarekalu / Skin less Field beans / Hyacinth beans / Pachai mochai kottai - 1 cup
  • Thick poha - 1/2 cup ( Use 1/4 cup for less poha)
  • Peanuts – 2.5 tbsp
  • Fried gram dal - 1 tbsp
  • Cashew nuts - 5 nos (Break into two)
  • Dry grapes/ Raisins - Few (Optional)
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp
  • Curry leaves – few
  • Cooking oil – to deep fry
  • Salt - as needed
  • Sugar – 1/4 tsp (optional)
  • Dry coconut pieces – Few (Optional, I din’t use it)
  • Hing / asafetida – A big pinch
  1. Wash and soak avarekalu in water overnight or for 6 hours.
  2. Peel the skin and keep it ready.
  3. Spread them in a cloth. Pat it dry.
  4. Heat oil and deep fry avarekalu in batches. Cook till bubbles cease.
  5. Remove them in a paper towel. Deep fry poha, peanuts, cashews, dry grapes and fried gram dal one by one and add to fried avarekalu.
  6. Add salt, red chilli powder and hing. Mix well.

  • Wash and soak avarekalu in water overnight or for 4 to 6 hours. Peel the skin by pressing the avarekalu between your thumb finger and pointer finger. Skin comes off easily. Collect them in a bowl. You can also split them into two halves if you like. Refer the picture below.
    Avarekalu mixture
  • Spread the peeled avarekalu in a cotton cloth and pat it dry to remove its moisture completely. Make sure its dry. Do not rest the avarekalu in the cloth for long time. It will become hard to eat after frying. So its enough if you just pat it dry nicely.
  • Heat oil in a kadai to deep fry. Fry avarekalu in 3 batches. When you put the avarekalu in oil, it settles down in the bottom of oil with lots of bubbles. Once its cooked and becomes crispy, it will float on the top of oil without bubbles. You can remove them at this stage. Cook in medium high flame and keep tossing gently till its crispy else the entire mixture will become soggy the next day. So please be patient while frying avarekalu. Each batch takes nearly 5 minutes but its color won’t change.
    Avarekalu mixture
  • Drain the oil and Remove the avarekalu in a tissue paper. Now deep fry poha till crispy and add to fried avarekalu. Then deep fry peanuts, cashews till golden and remove them.
    Avarekalu mixture
    Avarekalu mixture
  • Collect them in the avarekalu bowl.Deep fry dry grapes till puffy. Remove and add to the mixture. Lastly fry the fried gram dal just for a minute and remove it. Fry curry leaves and add it.
    Avarekalu mixture
  • Avarekalu mixture
  • Mix all the fried items in a wide bowl. Add salt, red chilli powder, sugar and a pinch of hing. Toss it to coat well. Serve with hot coffee/tea. Enjoy !
    Avarekalu mixture
    Avarekalu mixture
  • Store in an air tight box after it comes to room temperature. Enjoy up to a week!


  • For variations, you can roast Kellogg's corn flakes in 2tsp oil and add to the mixture instead of poha.
  • Frying the avarekalu properly is the key to make perfect crispy mixture.
  • If you rest the avarekalu in the cloth for long time, it loses all the moisture and becomes very dry. So it will taste hard once you deep fry. So it is enough if you just pat it dry.
  • Adjust the quantity of chilli powder as per taste.
  • For variations, you can also add 2 pinches of chat masala powder and black salt.
Try this easy, yummy, crispy Avarekalu Mixture and enjoy with tea/coffee !
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October 17, 2017

Cornflakes Mixture Without Oil – Kellogg's Corn Flakes Mixture / Chivda

Cornflakes mixture using Kellogg’s corn flakes. It is made without deep frying in oil. Recently my daughter Raksha tasted this cornflakes chivda in her friend’s house. She told me to try it for Diwali. I asked her friend’s mom for the recipe and tried it today. Its a very easy, quick and healthy snack as it has very less oil. Kids & adults would love this for sure.Its quiet additive !
Kellogg's cornflakes mixture
Many of us buy corn flakes cereals (Kelloggs or Kwality brand) for breakfast. If you have it in hand, you can make this corn flakes mixture in the next 10 minutes. You can pack this for your kids snack box or for their teatime after coming back from school. It can be stored for 2 to 3 days without losing its crispness. Friends, diwali is incomplete without mixture recipe. If you have not done any mixture recipe, you can try it now. Try this easy, low calorie Kellog’s corn flakes mixture at home and surprise your family.Check out the video recipe below.

Cornflakes mixture recipe without oil

Cornflakes mixture

Cornflakes mixture Low calorie cornflakes mixture recipe using Kellogg's Cornflakes with less oil!
Cuisine: Indian
Category: Snacks
Serves: 4.5 cups
Prep time: 5 Minutes
Cook time: 5 Minutes
Total time: 10 Minutes


  • Kellogg's corn flakes - 2 cups (Original, plain flavor)
  • Roasted peanuts – 2 tbsp
  • Curry leaves - few
  • Cashew nuts - 2 tbsp (broken, optional)

To temper
  • Cooking oil - 1 tbsp
  • Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
  • Cumin seeds - 1 /2 tsp
  • Urad dal - 1/2 tsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1 tsp ( add 1.5 tsp for more spiciness)
  • Turmeric powder - 1/8 tsp
  • Salt - as needed
  • Chat masala – 1/4 tsp(optional)
  • Sugar – 1/4 tsp
  • Dry grapes/Raisins – 1 tbsp (optional, add if your kids like it)

  • In a kadai, heat oil and splutter mustard seeds, urad dal and cumin seeds. Add roasted peanuts, curry leaves and mix well.
corn flakes mixture step1
  • Lower the flame completely and add turmeric powder, red chilli powder, salt and sugar. Mix well.
Corn flakes mixture
  • Lastly add the cornflakes and mix well in low flame till its coated with chilli ppowder. Check for taste and add 1/2 tsp more chilli powder at this stage, mix well and switch off the flame.
corn flakes mixture step2
  • Store in a box after the mixture cools down. Stays crispy and good for 2-3 days when stored in an air tight box.

    • Do not use raw corn flakes for this recipe. You should deep fry it or microwave before making mixture.
    • I used Kellogg’s brand corn flakes cereals,original flavor. 
    • Adjust the quantity of chilli powder as per taste. But keep the flame low while adding chilli powder else it will burn.
    • For variations, you can add raisins and cashews. Saute raisins till it bulges. I din’t use as my daughter doesn’t like it.
    • You can also add little chaat masala for more flavor.
    Try this easy, yummy, low calorie corn flakes mixture for this Diwali & kids lunch box. !
    Kellogg's corn flakes mixture
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    September 7, 2017

    Birthday Party Recipes Menu Ideas – Indian Party Food Items List

    List of Indian food ideas for kids birthday party recipes menu at home / vegetarian food items list for birthday party dinner & Lunch – Organizing Children’s birthday party is really a challenging task for parents. Some people love to conduct an elaborate dinner or lunch party and some prefer to make a simple tea party by just providing cake and snacks based on their budget. Most of the people wish to keep the party in the evening or in the afternoon if its a weekend. Since its a kids party, many people stick to vegetarian menu if they have a mix of vegetarian and non-vegetarian guests. Be it a simple snacks party or an elaborate dinner/lunch party, choosing the cake, planning the menu, decoration of home/ party hall and arrangements would be tough for many especially beginners.

    Indian Birthday party menu list 
    So I have tried my best to help you choose the party menu. Birthday party food items should be attractive, kids friendly and healthy at least to some extentHappy . Not just for kids, menu should be appealing to adults as well. Long back I had shared a simple kids birthday party menu idea after getting inspired from one of my friend’s party. After I made that post, I too got the confidence and started conducting simple birthday party at home for Raksha’s birthday. I got many mails from my readers to post more related to this topic. So today I have come up with the list of kids friendly, birthday party menu items list for Indian kids to help parents like me. I have also linked the recipes for reference. Its purely a vegetarian menu but you can find both South Indian & North Indian recipes.

    Non-vegetarians, please excuse me. You can get some ideas from this list and make fries, gravies, biryani with chicken, mutton and egg. I took the help of my friend Shalini to frame this list. As we live in apartments, we have the chance of attending many parties. Shalini is in US now. Being in abroad, her friends conduct some potluck, get together and parties during weekends to meet people and build relationships. So she could help me well with her own ideas. I have also got some menu ideas from my school moms friends. With the help of this list, you can decide the party menu based on your budget. You can cook the food on your own or buy from outside/ restaurants.You can also opt to make Jain food without using onion and garlic.
    All these pictures shared in this post are the ones I collected for yearsHappy. The picture given below is the simple decoration I made at home for Raksha’s birthday party.

    Birthday party decoration ideas

    I have categorized this list as Starters/Appetizers, Main course, Dessert, Drinks & Beverages that are suitable and loved by kids from 3 to 10 years. Basically kids love to have foods based on tomato, paneer, sweet corn, cauliflower, baby corn, bread, cheese and fruits. So I have given most of the dishes using these ingredients. These recipes would be surely a winner among the kids. Friends, do make your own permutations and combinations according to your kids preferences and frame the party menu. Hope you all find this list useful. Do leave a few words in the comment section and help me with your suggestions for more recipes and a few words of appreciation to motivate me if you find this post helpful Happy. Ok, lets move on to the list of birthday party menu ideas ! Friends, do help me by sharing your thoughts and more recipes to include in this list.

    Birthday party menu

    In the above picture, you can find a sample of simple snacks party and the lunch party menu. If you are inviting kids without parents, you can give a simple party by giving a drink, starter/snacks, cake and a dessert. Finger foods is the best option for kids below 10 years. Skip the main course. To make it even more simple, you can just finish it with cake & samosa or veg puffs.  If you are inviting adults/parents, then you can go for wider options. Birthday party should be more of fun, hassle free and memorable. So you can arrange for small games, magic shows, music, dance to make the party more interesting Happy.

    Do refer my Simple birthday menu post to get some ideas on how to conduct the party & gifting for kids. I have also shared a sample menu at the end of this post to get some idea.

    Drinks/ Beverages/Welcome Drinks

    Starter/Appetizer/ Snacks

    Main course


    • Sweet corn salad
    • Mixed Fruit salad
    • Kosambari
    • Vegetables with dip/ hummus
    • Fruits on skewers


    Sample menu for simple birthday party

    • Orange juice
    • A slice of Birthday cake
    • Mini samosa with ketchup or Veg puffs or cashew pakoda
    • Gulab Jamun

    Sample menu for Dinner or Lunch party buffet

    • Any aerated drink or Fruit punch for welcome drink
    • Tomato soup/Sweet corn soup
    • French fries or aloo tikki or kabab with tomato sauce/green chutney
    • Gobi manchurian
    • Roti / Naan / Kulcha
    • Paneer butter masala or Mixed veg gravy
    • Dal tadka
    • Dum aloo or baby potato gravy
    • Veg Dum Biryani with raita
    • Plain rice, rasam, fryums
    • Curd and pickle
    • Gulab jamun
    • Carrot halwa
    • Ice cream
    • Fruit salad
    • Paan/ Beeda


    • Pastries are better than the cream cakes. So choose the cake accordingly.
    • Make less spicy food as you are cooking for kids. Parents will adjust/ compensate about the taste.
    • Kids prefer deep fried foods for starters. Gobi 65 or manchurian is the best choice.
    • They love the food more if its cheese, paneer and potato based.
    • Kids love to have poori more than roti.
    • Most of the kids love paneer butter masala and potato, peas kurma more than mixed vegetable kurma.
    • Always keep some plain rice, dal and rasam to tackle fussy kids.
    • If you arrange for dinner party, make some idli too.
    • Its always better to avoid aerated drinks like pepsi, 7up etc. You can give some fruit juices instead. No problem even if its store bought.
    • Gulab jamun would be the best dessert for Kids. No kid would say NO.
    • Ice cream is also a must for kids Happy.
    • Keep some hot water ready. Many kids are allergic to cold stuffs like ice cream , chocolate and cakes. So you can tell the parents to give them hot water immediately after they eat ice cream/chocolates to prevent from cold, fever. I am sure this tip works.
    • Finally, do not force your kids to eat everything in the plate. Most of the kids love to eat the cake, starter and dessert. Do not worry about it. Parents can feed them later at their house if needed.
    Hope this list helps you to decide the menu quickly. Thanks for visiting this page !

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    August 7, 2017

    Cheese Garlic Bread Recipe Without Oven – Garlic Cheese Toast On Tawa

    Easy cheese garlic bread recipe on tawa with step by step photo and video. This instant garlic bread recipe without oven was in my try list for years. Sendhil is a big fan of Pizza hut and Dominos style garlic bread. So I wanted to try garlic bread from scratch at home. But before that, I thought of trying this easy, homemade garlic bread recipe using regular white bread. I watched few YouTube video recipes and tried this easy and instant cheese garlic toast for our Sunday breakfast. I tried on dosa tawa as it would be quick to make. It can be served as breakfast, dinner or for evening snacks after the kids come back from school.
    Cheese garlic bread recipe without oven

    Actually I tried a toast in microwave as well. But it was slightly chewy in taste. But the ones I made in the pan was really great. The corners were crispy and middle portion was soft with a nice flavor of garlic, butter and cheese. If you are calorie conscious, you can skip the cheese and make it as plain garlic bread. If you wish, you can bake this in convection oven. As you all know, garlic bread tastes the best only when served hot. So it doesn’t suit for lunch box. You can make this for kids breakfast, dinner or evening snacks. Ok, lets see how to make homemade cheese garlic bread without oven with step by step photos and video.

    Garlic cheese toast on tawa

    Instant cheese garlic bread recipe without oven

    Cheese garlic bread without oven

    How to make easy, instant cheese garlic bread recipe

    6 nos

    Ingredients (1 cup - 250ml)

    • White Bread Or Wheat Bread - 6 slices
    • Butter - 1/4 cup (At room temperature)
    • Garlic cloves - 5 to 6 nos
    • Red Chilli Flakes - 1 tsp
    • Salt - 1/8 tsp
    • Grated cheese - 1 cup (I used Amul Mozarella cheese)
    • Oregano + Basil seasoning - to sprinkle
    • Butter or olive oil - to grease

    How to make garlic bread without oven

    1. Melt 1/4 cup soft butter in a bowl.
    2. Add crushed or grated garlic, salt and chilli flakes to it.
    3. Mix well and apply on one side of bread.
    4. Heat a dosa pan with butter.Cook the garlic spreaded side till golden brown.
    5. Flip the bread and grate cheese on top.
    6. Cover and cook till cheese melts.
    7. Remove, sprinkle seasoning and serve hot!

    Cheese Garlic bread recipe on Tawa - Step by step photo

    • In a wide bowl, take 1/4 cup of soft butter. Melt in microwave or stove top.
    • To the melted butter, add crushed or grated garlic cloves. I used my garlic press and crushed it nicely.
    • Add salt, red chilli flakes and mix well. Apply this garlic spread on one side of the bread slice.
      Easy Cheese garlic bread on tawa
    • Heat a dosa pan and drop the garlic spread side facing down. Cook till golden in low to medium flame. Apply melted butter or olive oil on the other side.
      Easy Cheese garlic bread on tawa
    • Flip the bread slice. Keep the flame very low. Grate cheese on the top.Cover and cook in low to medium flame till cheese melts and sides become crispy. Remove, sprinkle oregano,basil seasoning and serve hot.
      Easy cheese garlic bread recipe


    • For low calorie version, you can skip cheese and use olive oil instead of butter.
    • Add more cheese if making for kids.
    • You can bake in convection oven at 180c for 12 to 15 minutes.
    • You can also add pepper powder in addition to chilli flakes.

    Try this easy, instant cheese garlic bread recipe at home and enjoy !

    Easy garlic bread on tawa
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    July 17, 2017

    Masala Idli Recipe – How To Make Masala Idli Fry – Leftover Idli Recipes

    Masala idli fry is an easy, kids friendly recipe that can be made using leftover idli.We can prepare this idli fry with fresh mini idli too. It can be served as breakfast, dinner or as an evening snack for kids. Usually I make South Indian, Tamilnadu style masala idli fry. This time I prepared it in North Indian style adding Pav bhaji masala powder.Actually speaking, recipe of masala idli varies from place to place.It can also be prepared in a simple way adding garam masala powder or fennel powder.
    masala idli recipe
    As this is my first attempt in North Indian style, I followed this recipe from Spice up the curry & Red Chilly and tried for our breakfast. I adjusted the spice level as per my family’s taste. It came out really well.  Sendhil & myself loved it a lot. I hope Raksha will like it too. If making for kids, you can try the same with deep fried idli pieces. This recipe is a great way to use the leftover idli. You can also add vegetables like finely chopped carrot, cooked peas along with capsicum  to make this dish more healthy and colorful ! Now lets see how to make Indian style masala idli at home using leftover idli with step by step photos & video.
    Do check out my other leftover idli recipes like Chilli Idi, Idli manchurian, South Indian style masala idli, Pepper idli and Idli upma recipe.

    How to make masala idli

    Masala idli - How to make masala idli - Leftover Idli recipes

    Masala idli / how to make masala idli

    How to make masala idli recipe using leftover idli




    Ingredients  (1 cup = 250ml)

    • Idli – 5 nos
    • Big onion - 1 no (Finely chopped)
    • Capsicum - 1/4 no (Finely chopped)
    • Ginger - 1/2 tsp (-do-)
    • Garlic - 1/2 tsp (-do-)
    • Ripe tomato - 2 nos
    • Salt & water - as needed
    • Cooking oil – 2 tbsp
    • Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
    • Turmeric powder - 1/4 tsp
    • Red Chilli Powder - 1/2 tsp
    • Pav bhaji masala powder - 3/4 tsp to 1 tsp
    • Coriander leaves - to garnish
    • Lemon juice - If needed
    • Sugar - a pinch (optional)
    • Ghee - 2 tsp

    How to make the recipe

    1. Chop the leftover idli into big cubes.
    2. Heat oil in a kadai. Temper cumin seeds. Saute onion, ginger, garlic and tomato.
    3. Add all the spice powders, salt and mix well.
    4. Add 1/4 cup of water to the masala and boil for a minute.
    5. Lastly add the idli cubes, mix gently to coat the masala.
    6. Garnish with coriander leaves. Sprinkle ghee & lemon juice if needed.Serve hot !

    Masala idli recipe - How to make masala idli fry - Step by step pictures

    • Take the leftover idli and chop into big cubes. You can chop each idli into 8 or 9 pieces.Set aside.
      Masala idli recipe
    • Heat oil in a kadai. Splutter cumin seeds. Saute onion, capsicum, garlic and ginger pieces. After onion becomes transparent,add tomato and saute for a minute.
      Masala idli recipe
    • Add turmeric powder, red chilli powder, pav bhaji masala powder, sugar and mix well. Saute till tomato becomes mushy. Add 1/4 cup of water and boil for 2 minutes till masala becomes semi dry.
      masala idli recipe
    • Lastly add the idli cubes, mix gently without breaking.Coat the idli with masala. If masala has more water content, idli will break. So make sure masala is almost dry. Mix idli & cook for a minute.Switch off the flame. Garnish with chopped coriander leaves, few tsp of ghee and sprinkle some lemon juice. Mix well and serve hot!
      Masala idli recipe
    • Mash few banana pieces and cook for 2 minutes in low flame. Switch off the flame, sprinkle lemon juice and garnish with coriander leaves if desired.I did not add it.Remove and serve with rice.


    • Adjust the quantity of pav bhaji masala powder as per your spice level.
    • Make sure the tomato masala mixture is semi dry before adding idli pieces.

    Try this easy, kids friendly recipe at home and enjoy :)
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    June 15, 2017

    Bread Pizza Recipe On Tawa,Oven, Microwave With Video

    Bread pizza recipe on tawa, oven, microwave(with video)
    Vegetable Bread Pizza is an easy and quick breakfast and snack recipes for kids.It tastes good with or without cheese.Actually Bread pizza can be made in 3 ways.It can be made without oven ie. in dosa tawa ( Stove top) or it can be baked in convection oven or microwave if you have at home. All are easy to make and tastes good in its own way.Its a great idea to use the leftover bread slices. I feel tawa and microwave options are easier as it takes less time to cook than baking in convection oven. But we should do it carefully as the chances of burning is more.This morning I prepared bread pizza recipe on stove top, oven and microwave just to make this post. I have shared all of the 3 methods below with a short video. Choose & try whichever is convenient to youHappy. I have used store bought pizza sauce and pizza seasoning/ spice mix. You can make it  just by using tomato ketchup & pepper powder. To make a pucca Indian version, sprinkle some garam masala powder or tandoori masala powder, marinated paneer cubes if you have in hand. You can top with lots of cheese for kids & without cheese if making for you & your husband ( If you are calorie conscious)Winking.Adding grated mozzarella cheese is just for attracting kids because taste of this pizza comes from the sauce, mixed vegetables and spice mix.Just play around with your favorite veg and non-veg toppings and enjoy it. Now lets see how to make this easy and simple recipe for vegetable bread pizza without oven( on tawa), microwave and convection methods with step by step photos and video.

    Bread pizza on tawa

    How to make bread pizza on tawa, oven and microwave

    How to make bread pizza on tawa, oven and microwave Easy, yummy, kids friendly bread pizza recipe on tawa/stove top, convection oven and microwave methods
    Cuisine: Indian
    Category: Kids Recipes Indian
    Serves: 5
    Prep time: 10 Minutes
    Cook time: 10 Minutes
    Total time: 20 Minutes


    1 cup - 250ml
    • Bread slices - 5 nos
    • Grated Cheese - 1/2 cup to 1 cup ( I used Amul Mozzarella cheese)
    • Capsicum - 1 no ( finely chopped)
    • Big onion - 1 no ( finely chopped)
    • Ripe tomato - 1 no ( finely chopped)
    • Black Olives - 5 nos ( sliced)
    • Boiled Sweet corn - 1/4 cup ( optional)
    • Pizza sauce or paste sauce or schezwan chutney - as needed ( I used pizza sauce around 3-4 tbsp)
    • Pepper powder - 1/2 tsp
    • Salt - a pinch
    • Chilli flakes - 1 tsp ( optional)
    • Oregano mix or pizza seasoning mix - 1 tsp

    • Butter - to grease the tawa & bread


    1. To make bread pizza, wash and chop all the vegetables finely. Grate the cheese and keep aside.Take a bread slice and apply butter on both the sides.Keep in a plate.
      Bread pizza recipe without oven
    2. In a wide bowl, mix all the finely chopped vegetables, pepper powder, salt and pizza seasoning mix.Keep it ready.
      Take the bread slice and apply the pizza sauce on one side.Spread the mixed vegetables. Top with grated cheese. You can either cook them on tawa/pan, microwave or bake in convection oven.
      Bread pizza recipe without oven
    3. Bread pizza in tawa : Heat a dosa tawa and apply some butter. Keep the loaded bread slice.Cover cook in very low flame for 3-4 minutes or until the cheese melts.Remove in a plate and serve hot. Cover cook is very important. If you don’t cover cook, cheese won’t melt and bottom of bread slice may burn.
      Bread pizza on tawa / Bread pizza without oven
    4. Bread pizza in microwave : Place the bread slice in microwave and cook in high power( mine is 800w) for 1 minute or until cheese melts.If the power is less, it may take 1.5 to 2 minutes. If power is more, it can be done under 1 minute.So keep an eye.
      Bread pizza in microwave
      Bread pizza without oven
    5. Bread pizza in convection oven : Preheat convection oven in 180c. Keep the bread pizza in a baking tray. Bake it for 5 minutes at 180c. Cheese melts and the sides of bread slice turns slightly crispy. Remove and enjoy !
      Bread pizza baked in oven


    • The quantity of chilli flakes, pizza mix and pepper powder depends on our taste.
    • You can add any number of toppings like paneer, mushroom, jalapeno, sweet corn etc..
    • Do not cook the pizza on open tawa, it takes long time for the cheese to melt.
    • Microwave bread pizza takes very less time to cook.If you keep for more time, pizza would burn.
    Enjoy this easy, yummy bread pizza at home ! Kids would love it for sure !!
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