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Double Decker Pizza

Jul 24, 2012         3 comments.

Here’s a dish I came up with sitting on the upper deck of a double-Decker bus in Mumbai. Hence the name: Double-Decker Pizza. πŸ˜€


(Printable Recipe)

Thin Crust Pizza Base – 2 (I used a store-bought wheat base)
Butter – 2 tablespoons (optional)
Tomato Ketchup – 8-10 tablespoons
Garlic Cloves – 3, minced
Green Chili – 2, finely chopped
Mixed vegetables – tomato, onion, bell pepper/capsicum, carrot, corn etc.
Tofu/Cottage Cheese – a small block (optional)
Mint + Basil Leaves – 3-4 tablespoons (optional)
Mozzarella Cheese – as required (use any cheese that melts)
Spices: Oregano, Red Chili Flakes, Pepper Powder, Salt – as required

1) MAKE THE PIZZA SAUCE (either make it like this or follow the simple, instant Pizza topping given below)
In a microwave safe bowl, add the tomato ketchup, green chili & minced garlic Butter & spices

Microwave on high for 30-40 seconds
Mix well & keep aside

Take a thin crust pizza base & apply butter (optional) & half of the prepared sauce

Grate Tofu/Cottage cheese (optional)

Arrange the vegetables you are using on the base. (use lesser veggies for the lower base as it is supposed to stick with the upper base)
Add some mint & basil leaves (optional)

Grate as much cheese as you want

Take the other crust & apply 1-2 teaspoon of sauce to the bottom side.

Place the base on the already prepared base.

Repeat the same process of applying sauce, veggies, mint leaves & grating cheese on the next deck.

Place it on a microwave safe grill
Simply heat it on high for around 2-3minutes

Keep the MW on grill option & grill for another 2 minutes.

Your delicious double-decker Pizza is ready!

> I find it easier to prepare the pizza base directly on the Microwave safe grill. (so that I don’t have to transfer it)
> Use lesser veggies on the lower deck as the upper deck has to stick with the lower base
> Cut the veggies & up the cheese – you have your very own Cheese-Burst Pizza. πŸ™‚
> You can use any Pizza Base. But I find the thin crust best suited for the purpose. If you use a normal or a thick crust base, it tastes like eating a lot of bread after the initial pizza-vegetables.
> Tofu/Paneer/Mint Leaves are all just optional. I add them because they give me a sense of even-though-pizza-is-fattening-I-am-eating-nutrient-dense-food-too feeling. πŸ˜€ If you have to indulge, please do so.

3 Comments on “Double Decker Pizza

    1. Hi. Yes you can make it on a stove top too! Simply place the base on a oiled / buttered pan, apply the sauce & fillings and cover it with a large pan. This will help create the oven heat effect and help melt the cheese faster.

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