By shanobiju  

July 27, 2017


For the dough

1 1/4 cup Wheat flour

3/4 cup All purpose flour/ Maida

1 tsp Instant dry yeast

1 tsp Brown sugar

2 tbsp Olive oil

1 tsp Salt

3/4 cup Water

For the topping

2 Tomato (medium sized)

8- 10 Mushroom

5-6 Red chillies

1 tbsp Garlic chopped

1/2 tsp Sugar

1 tsp Chilli powder

2-3 tbsp Water



3 tbsp Oil

1/4 cup Spring onion chopped

1/3 cup Shredded cheese

Fresh basil ( optional)

Onion sliced ( medium sized) -1



For the dough

1Mix the flour , instant dry yeast,salt and sugar well. Add water.Knead it for 6-7 minutes.Dough should not be stiff .Add 1-2 tbsp of water if required.

2Shape it into a ball and place it in a well oiled bowl.Apply oil on the dough.Cover it with cling film and let it rise.

3Let it puff up and double in volume.

4Knock down the air and cling wrap it. Refrigerate it for an hour.

5Blanch the tomatoes and purée it.

6Meanwhile prepare the topping.In a saucepan, fry the sliced onion in oil until soft. Add sliced mushrooms.Add salt and red chillies..Remove from heat .Transfer it to a bowl . In another pan ,add oil . Now add the puréed tomatoes, chilli powder, sugar , salt and seasonings.Add water .Let it thicken .Turn off the heat. Keep it aside.

7Take a portion of the dough and roll it into a circle. Create a dam around the sides. Apply 1 tsp olive oil using a brush.

8Prick it with fork. Pre heat the oven at 180 degrees C and bake it for 5-6 mins.

9Now take it out .Add the toppings.Soread the tomatopurée first .Then mushroom and onion Finally shredded cheese.Drizzle 2 tbsp of olive oil .

10Place it in the oven and bake for 8-9 minutes . Remove from the oven and sprinkle chopped spring onion and fresh basil.Serve hot.


4 Reviews

Shano Biju

October 11, 2017

Yes Ruth..reduce the quantity of sugar..


October 6, 2017

Hi shano… Can brown sugar be replaced by granulated white sugar

Shano Biju

July 27, 2017

Thankyou so much..Yes ..I used wheat flour with bran.You can use any brand of wheat flour .

Geralyn dsa

July 27, 2017

The pizza looks yummy. I will surely try it soon.
i want to know what is the brownish granular like substance in the raw dough. Does it come from the whole wheat flour

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