Whenever i make naans at home, i will definitely gather all the ingredients to dish out pizza with them. But somehow i have been postponding to post my home made naanizza in my space. Recently, after our Summer vacation, back home kids were missing our spicy foods. One week with non spicy Greek foods, our tastebuds started begging for some spicy Indian foods. Obviously for our dinner day before yesterday, i dished out some whole wheat naans with chicken curry. After having a tummy full satisfying meal, they were some leftover Naans which i freezed for later use. Yesterday after spending a half a day with my Schoolmate who came all the way to Paris from Chennai, i was completely exhausted. Felt super lazy to prepare our dinner, obviously those frozen Naan came to my rescue and turned them as some Naanizza which i simply topped with a soya kheema masala, some chopped onions, tomatoes and grated cheese.

Whole wheat Naanizza,Soya chunks Naanizza

Everyone at home enjoyed thoroughly this Indianized version of Naanizza without any fuss. Soyakheema masala turned out this pizza more delicious with a mild flavor and spiciness which we really missed during our vacation. This Indian version of pizza will definitely please anyone’s tastebuds quickly than you can imagine. Am running this week’s blogging marathon with Make them as Pizza as theme for this week. After a fusion Pizza Quesadillas, here comes my another version of Pizza with Indian flatbread aka Naan. If you want this Naanizza as a meaty pizza, replace the minced soya kheema with minced meat kheema and enjoy.

Soya chunks Naanizza, Wholewheat Naanizza

2cups Whole wheat flour
1tsp Instant Yeast
1/2tsp Baking soda
3/4cup Luke Warm milk
2tbsp Oil
1tsp Sugar

Take the flour,yeast,sugar,salt,baking soda in a bowl.

Now add gradually the luke warm milk,oil and turn everything as a smooth and soft dough.

Arrange the dough in a bowl, cover it with a damp cloth.

Vegetarian Naanizaa, Soya Kheema Naanizza

Keep in a warm place for two hours.

Once the dough gets rised, punch down and knead again for few minutes.

Divide the dough as 4 medium sized balls.Keep aside for half an hour,covered with a towel.

Dough will be slightly rised now, roll it as oblong shaped discs with the help of rolling pin gently.

Drop the rolled naans in a hot griddle and cook until the top turns golden brown. Flip and cook on both sides.

Naan (as per need)
Soya Kheema (skip the rajma)
Onion (sliced as per need)
Tomatoes (as per need)
Grated cheese

Wholewheat Soya Kheema Naanizza

Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 400°F.

Spread generously the soya kheema over the already prepared naan.

Top it with chopped onions, chopped tomatoes and grated cheese.

Bake for 10 minutes until the crust turns brown. Slice and enjoy warm.


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