Thursday, July 3, 2008

Garden Pizza

We both love pizza very much , that too for the weekend dinner.This Garden pizza is a vegetarian pizza , which is not only easy to make but also tastes great.I got my inspiration to do this while we had a similar kind of pizza in a restaurant called Culpeppers in O'Fallon, Missouri. Onion rings or french fries and a soda will make your dinner a complete one.

Happy Independence Day.

Pizza base:
1/4 cup warm water
3 spoon vegetable oil
1 sachet dry yeast (1.5 tablespoon approximately)
1 teaspoon salt.
1 teaspoon sugar
2 small cups of all purpose flour(just enough to make 4 normal chapathi )

mix water oil,yeast,salt,sugar and keep it for 10 minutes.
mix with flour
make a chapathi dough
cover it in a tight vessel and keep it for 1 hour inside oven(not hot).

Ragu sauce(old world style)- 1/2 cup

Pizza topping:
Shredded mozzerella cheese - 1 cup
tomato sauce 1 spoon, chilli sauce 1/2 spoon
1/4 red onion - cut in to small pieces
capsicum - 1/4 cut in to small pieces
mushroom -6 cut into big pieces
black olive fruit -3 cut in to two.

mix every thing except cheese and add salt to taste.
keep it aside for 1 hour or you can prepare it at your leisure time, keep it inside fridge for future use.

Pizza procedure:
Take the dough and roll into a big size chapathi of thickness 1 inch.
place it on the flat baking tray.
put a little oil over the flattened dough.
Spread the ragu sauce.
then spread the topping.
Above the topping spread cheese.

heat oven to 425 F (220 C) . place the pizza in the middle rack and bake it for 15- 18 minutes.
serve hot with tomato sauce , onion rings / french fries and any soda.

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