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Yeast Free Whole Wheat Pizza Without Oven


whole wheat pizza without yeast (pic courtesy: Anna Singh)

yeast-free pizza with whole wheat

wheat pizza without oven

Do you love Pizza and want to try it at home? Of course, you do not want to add yeast to it. Worry not! We have a yeast-free pizza with whole wheat recipe .

Tried my hands at pizza with simple ingredients easily available on every kitchen shelf. Voila, this certainly makes a great tea-time snack.

The homemade whole wheat pizza won't disappoint kids either.

What's more, this recipe is made without oven/mw. Here comes my yeast-free pizza made in a non-stick pan :)

Taste good even without typical pizza ingredients!!!

Homemade pizza with whole wheat? I am not kidding you. On top of it, this one does not use yeast. This whole wheat pizza recipe is perfect for those with yeast allergy and histamine intolerance problems. Enjoy homemade no yeast pizza with whole wheat - a healthier take on maida pizza.

Ingredients for whole wheat pizza no yeast


For pizza base dough
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/2 cup curd
1/2 tsp baking powder & 1/2 tsp baking soda 
1/4 tsp salt + 1/4 tsp sugar (depends on your taste)
I tbsp oil




How To Make Yeast Free PIzza with Whole Wheat


  1. Mix all the ingredients and make dough If required add water. Make sure the dough is not sticky. 
  2. Grease a pan, roll out the dough into a chapati, though this should be thicker than roti. 
  3. Grate butter on it. Keep aside.
  4. Take a plate - slice onions, capsicum, and tomato and any other vegetables - options are galore -say sundried tomatoes, corn.
  5. Sprinkle salt, black pepper, coarse coriander powder, and tomato sauce. Mix well and add it to the pizza base or dough.
  6. Place the pan on gas. Cover it for 5 minutes.
  7. Then after 5 minutes, move the cover a little so that steam can escape. 
  8. Let it sit on low flame for 8-10 minutes.
  9. Cut and serve hot!!
  10. I do not use butter, Mayonaisse, and other similar stuff. So mine is a humble homemade pizza with wheat flour.

Feedback on no yeast pizza whole wheat from someone who is a brand name in the culinary world -  Chithra Viswanathan (CV):

Comments

  1. Awesome recipe. Will try for sure.How much butter is required? It is missing in the ingredients list

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    1. Thank you for stopping by. I do not use butter much - added just 1/2 tsp. Since it only adds calories and trans fats in the body.

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