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Showing posts with label BREAD RECIPES. Show all posts
Showing posts with label BREAD RECIPES. Show all posts

Sunday, May 24, 2020

BREAD PIZZA


BREAD PIZZA
When you want to eat a Pizza, but don’t want to go through all the elaborate steps, you can satiate your cravings with Bread Pizza.
Bread Pizza is a quick and easy snack that you can rustle up on those lazy days, when you don’t want to cook anything, but yet, please everyone. It’s a complete visual treat, with the array of colors. You can involve the kids in the assembly process and make it a family activity.
The texture of the toast is crunchy with the soft richness of the cooked cheese and the yummy vegetables. Kids would love this in their Lunch Box.
Bread Pizza can be made in the Conventional Oven or even cooked on a stove top.
Enjoy this as a Snack or a Party Starter


Ingredients
Bread – A loaf or as per requirement
Pizza Sauce – As required
Yellow Capsicum (Bell peppers) – ½ cup diced
Green Capsicum (Bell peppers) – ½ cup diced
Red Capsicum (Bell peppers) – ½ cup diced
Tomatoes – 1 diced (Optional)
Onion – 1 diced
Artichokes – 2 tbsps (Optional)
Black Olives – ½ cup (Optional)
Pineapples – ½ cup (Optional)
Red Chilly flakes
Italian seasoning
Coarse Pepper Powder
Cheese – Can Use Mozzarella Cheese/ Cheddar Cheese/ Feta Cheese
Butter




Method

Conventional Oven Method (Most preferred)
Pre-heat the oven to 200 C or 400 F
Apply butter on one side of the bread (Optional), I prefer it like that as I feel the bread gets a good crunch. Place the butter smeared bread slices on a baking tray and grill them for 2 -3 minutes. Butter actually quickens the toasting process.
Remove them from the oven and place them for your toppings.
First spread a spoonful of Pizza Sauce over the lightly toasted bread, then add the toppings of your choice.
I have added green, red and yellow bell pepper’s(Capsicum), Artichokes, Black Olives, Diced Pineapples.
I take the toppings in a big bowl, add a dash of Himalayan Pink Salt, some coarse black pepper, red chili flakes and give it a good toss. After which I added them to the bread as Toppings
I did not add Onions and Tomatoes as my kids didn’t want them in the toppings.
Grate the cheese on top of the vegetables. After adding this sprinkle, some Italian seasoning, some red chilly flakes if you like a dash of spice, can avoid for kids and some Pepper. Since I already tossed them into the vegetables, you can avoid it.
Keep the Tray in the oven and Bake for another 5-8 minutes at 200-220C or until the veggies get grilled partially and the cheese melts and turns golden. Serve the Bread Pizza hot. Bite into this crunchy delight.

Stove Top Method
Toast the bread on one side. Keep on a board.
Add the Pizza sauce, toppings of your choice and grated cheese on the toasted side of the bread. Smear a little butter on the Open pan (Tawa) and on a very low flame.
Lay the toasts on the Tawa and cover the pan, it will get cooked until the cheese melts,
Keep the untoasted piece of the bread face up.

Variations
·       My kids don’t like Tomato as they feel it gets gooey when baked, so my recipe doesn’t have tomato. You can add diced Tomatoes.  
·       You can add Spinach to this recipe, if your kids like.

Tips
·       I take the toppings in a big bowl, add a dash of Himalayan Pink Salt, some coarse black pepper, chili flakes and give it a good toss. After which I added them to the bread as Toppings. If doing this, don’t toss and keep as it will get soggy. Do it just before you make a batch and immediately add the toppings.
·       I have not added the measurements for the spices as it can be as per your choice
·       If you don’t have Pizza sauce, you can just use the tomato sauce available at home.


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