How to handle tantrums when it comes to the weekend breakfast after the hectic weekly schedule?! When you have cravings for Italian and South Indian at the same time, yet are sceptical about the outside food, Pizza Dosa is like the Eureka moment. So, if you want something cheesy yet easy dish, something like dosa with a touch of pizza, follow the post!
Mrs. Jolly Bhattacharjee follows a lot of cookery shows and keeps on trying the recipes, but only after adding her own twist.
- Dosa/Idli batter : Either market bought (which are easily available), or you can also make it at home by soaking the rice and dal overnight. We have used the store-bought version.
- Onion : 6 pcs (chopped)
- Capsicum: 1 big (cut into small pieces)
- Tomato : 2 pcs ( cut into small pcs)
- Sweet corn : 1and1/2 cup (boiled)
- Mushroom : 6pcs (button, cleaned and cut into slices)
- Black olives : 8-10 pcs (cut into small rings)
- Cheese :Mozzarella (We have used both processed and mozzarella cheese to make it super cheesy)
- Pizza sauce (optional) to spread on the pizza dosa
- Butter for greasing the pan
- Salt : as per taste
- Oregano and Chilli flakes as per taste.
- Make the batter (a little thick consistency) add some salt and keep aside.
- Cut the veggies into small pieces. Now take a non stick frying pan with lid (must). Put the pan on the gas oven and put some butter (quantity as per choice).
- Now put the dosa batter on the pan and spread it with the ladle wait for 2-3mins then very carefully spread the pizza sauce, then evenly spread the cheese followed by the veggies.
- Now sprinkle a pinch of salt so that the veggies do not taste bland.
- Cover the pan with the lid properly and splash some water on the lid. Let the steam do the magic.
- Keep it on low flame and keep splashing with water for two three times.
- After 7-8 mins sprinkle the oregano and chilli flakes and cover the same again.
- After another 4 -5 mins the yummy Pizza dosa is ready.
- Now cut into pieces with the pizza cutter and serve hot