Wednesday, May 26, 2010

PANEER CHICKEN SATAY PIZZA
























































































































































INGREDIENTS

Sugar : 2 tsp
Dry yeast : 1 packet
Salt : 1/2 tsp (as per taste)
Pepper powder : 1 tsp
Olive oil : 4 tsp
Flour (wheat or bread) : 4 cups
Cheese (mozzarella) : 1 packet
Capsicum : 1 piece (medium size)
Tomato : 1-2 pieces
Onion : 1 piece (big size-finely chopped)
Garlic : 4-5 pieces (finely chopped)
Paneer : 1 small packet (cut into small pieces)
Chicken : 1 small bowl (shredded)


PREPARATION

• Mix water, sugar and yeast in a big vessel
• After 10 minutes, add salt, olive oil, and one cup of flour
• Add one by one all four cups of flour and keep smashing it constantly
• Mix it thoroughly so that the kneaded flour should be quite smooth
• Knead it well and make it dry nor sticky
• Take little oil and smear it over the dough. Cover it with plastic sheet or wet towel. Place it in a warm place or in oven (switch –off)
• Leave it for 40 minutes. If the dough has raised double of its size, it is ready for shaping.
• Let it cool for sometime and shape the dough ball by tossing, turning, and spinning in a clockwise rotation till it becomes flat and circular as required
• Cut tomato, onion, garlic, capsicum, paneer and chicken into small pieces
• Heat 4-6 tsp of oil in a pan
• Pour all the ingredients and fry it well and keep it aside
• Place the pizza base on the pizza screen
• Spread the cheese on the base and evenly spread paneer, chicken, tomato, onion, garlic and capsicum
• Keep pizza in oven at 500 F temperature for 10 minutes
• Keep checking the pizza after every 4 to 5 minutes
• Make sure that the pizza does not get over heating or under heating
• Take out the pizza and scatter pepper powder and serve it




24 comments:

  1. wow - that looks amazing... I would love to have a slice!

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  2. SO SO gorgeous! I love the combo of Satay Chicken and Paneer, so yum.

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  3. Looks yummy, Babli..what a coincidence I too have posted pizza recipe in my blog...

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  4. Really yummy pizza! Very Indian!

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  5. YUMMY.....and drooling....wow...satay pizza cool...wonderful combo

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  6. am a pizza ceazy person (and now my evergrowing waistline agrees too) love this pizza babli. ak piece plz pathie dao. asadhaon hoeche.
    between tomar sab post untitled bole dakhache amar dashboard e? janina shudhu amar ei problem hoche kina. tumi recipe name ta name box tay likho tahole bodhay aar ei problem habe na. kichu mone koro na, mone holo tai bollam.

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  7. i like pizza ..homemade pizza really yummy one..loved all the toppings..feel to grab some..very well presented and lovely color because of the vegiies..good one yarr.did u use any sauce as topping

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  8. Wow! Drooling here. slurp! I want one slice:)

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  9. woww..yummy..finsh off the plate in a sec

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  10. Colorful and yummy looking pizza.

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  11. Wooww my god, am drooling here rite now..tempting pizza!!

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  12. What a co-incidence...me too making pizza tonight for dinner but no paneer....yours look wonderful

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  13. Babli thanks for droppinf by my blog tumi na janale ami jantepartam na ki tumi notun recipe post korecho. Kono notification pai ni. Sayantani -r moton.
    Tomar indianised version of pizza ta darun lageche. Specially all the toppings...Deri kore eshchi tai amar jonne ar slice nei toh ;-)

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  14. Lovely pizza...would love to get a share...ha ha.

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  15. A pizza from scratch! Wow! :-)

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  16. mmmmm inviting pizza recipe.Wud love to have a bite.....
    Do drop in sometime

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  17. Dear, thank for stopping by n for ur sweet comment dear. Happy to follow ur blog dear. Nice pizza recipe looks perfect.

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  18. Thankyou for visitingmy place and this pizza looks so so good, wish i could grab few slices.

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  19. Just pass me the plate dear..feeling very hungry as I haven;t had my lunch yet..mouth-watering and I like the idea of adding panner with chicken satay:)

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  20. wow i love indian flavoured pizza and this one is so unique,would love to try this soon.thanks for sharing it babli

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  21. wow..lov indian flavoured pizza..n this one truly unique n temptin...lov to have a slicE!

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  22. Dear Babli
    I like this Piza, great that you made the Piza base fresh else here every one goes to the narket and buy the base.
    I liked the combo of Paneer and Chicken and also i note that you have spared the much abused Italian spices ha ha
    have a nice week

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