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Homemade Pizza Without Yeast, No Maida


best homemade pizza dough without yeast
By now you already know my love for healthy food. You have followed my homemade pizza without yeast recipes as well, isn't it? No surprise here that I have come up with another yeast-free pizza recipe. This one is different because it uses some of the simplest ingredients available on every kitchen counter.

You will find an ever-increasing list of healthy recipes here - this is what I eat and share with you all, for I have been trying out healthy food experiments. Yea, my experiments are an effort to find a balance between health and food. Did I say taste?

Well, I need not mention this, for I won;t share a recipe that does not promise to tempt your taste buds. Each recipe here, whether of homemade pizza dough without yeast or healthy cookies/cakes/snacks, is tried and tested and of course approved by hubby dear, for we are two members in the family here.

Now if you haven't tried pizza at home and wondering how to make pizza dough no yeast, you will be greatly surprised that yeast-free pizza is equally finger-licking. of course, it is healthier than yeast dough, though it may be slightly heavier than its leavened version.

Nevertheless, this easy homemade pizza dough without yeast recipe is a keeper for those allergic to yeast. If a family member has celiac disease or any other form of food allergy, they may exhibit signs of insensitivity to yeast as well. So this yeast-free recipe can come in handy.

Let's see how to make dough from scratch without yeast. I am sure you will be greatly surprised here.
This is one simple recipe that even a novice can earn laurels of family and friends by treating them to a snack made using the best homemade pizza dough without yeast.
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how to make dough from scratch without yeast

Ingredients
1/2 cup- urad dal powder (black lentils)
2 cups- semolina/rava/suji
2 pinches of roasted fenugreek powder (methi dana powder - optional)

Procedure

  1. Mix the ingredients and soak in as much water as required to reach an idli batter-like consistency.
  2. Leave the batter overnight or for 5-6 hours.
  3. The batter would ferment automatically, just like idli and dosa. If you want, you may make idlis or dosa with it. Or let it ferment further to bake yeast-free focaccia.(just as I did a few days back).
homemade no yeast focaccia

Ingredients for topping
2 onions
1 tomato
1 capsicum
coriander powder
salt
2 tbsp -hung curd
Tomato sauce optional (I added homemade spicy tomato methi chutney)
Any other topping ingredients- corn, black chana, or whatever you want to
1 tsp olive oil (or any other vegetable oil)
dried mint leaves (optional)

Procedure
  1. Mix the batter with salt and pour into a greased baking pan or a nonstick pan.
  2. Prepare toppings - thinly slice onions, tomato, and capsicum  and add these to the hung curd. Add little salt. Mix with olive oil and tomato chutney/sauce. Or you may not use any sauce at all - depends on your taste buds. The options are unlimited when it comes to topping the pizza base. Choose toppings of your choice.
  3. Pour this mixture evenly over the idli type batter in the nonstick pan.
  4. You may choose to bake it in a microwave oven or on a stove top.
  5. I baked it in a nonstick pan on stovetop.
  6. Place a skillet or tawa on the burner.
  7. Above the tawa, place the nonstick pan.
  8. Cover & cook on a medium flame for 10 minutes or longer.
  9. Sprinkle dried mint leaves.
  10. Just keep an eye at the bottom of the pizza.
  11. Do not let it brown too much.
  12. Turn off the flame when you feel the pizza top is ready.
  13. Enjoy!
  14. Isn't it an easy homemade pizza dough without yeast?


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