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looking for some different snacks ..these little pizza's are awesomely tasty .  You'll want to pop as many of these little pizza wheel treats into your mouth as will fit. Crescent roll dough provides a mouth-watering crust but I used pizza dough instead you know I just want to cut down in calories. They look beautiful and taste fantastic. These pretty pizza snacks are easy appetizers, but you could also serve them with soup for a special dinner. 

Pin wheel pizza:-


These different type of pizza’s are kidoos  favorites  whenever I throw party in my house these pizza ‘s are in great demand that is why I wanted to share this recipe with you  to increase nutritional value you can use wheat flour instead of maida (plain flour)  but then u have to add 2 tsp baking powder  in it

For pizza dough:-

¾ cup lukewarm  water
½ tsp sugar
2 tsp heaped dried yeast(10 gms)
1 tea cup milk
11/2 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp salt
1 tsp sugar
3 packed cups maida (plain flour)
3 tbsp cheese

For pizza sauce:-
3 tomatoes blanched and chopped finely
¼ cup ready made tomato puree
4-5 flakes garlic –crushed
1 tsp dried oregano
1 bay leaf
½ tsp vinegar,3/4 tsp salt and ¼ tsp freshly ground pepper ,1 tbsp oil

Baby Corn ,mushroom, capsicum ,paneer
Britaniya  cheeza 1 pkt


Mix warm water and sugar in a cup water should be lukewarm ,add yeast mix it gently cover it and leave it in a warm place till the granules of the yeast disappear and it become frothy

Mix milk , oil ,salt and sugar in a pan keep aside heat this milk mixture to make it lukewarm
Add yeast mix in it add this mixture to maida and knead well to make a smooth dough ,brush the dough with little oil and cover it keep in a warm place to swell for 1 hour or till it double in size, punch it back to its original size and keep it back for 15 min

To prepare the tomato sauce heat oil in a pan add garlic ,stir and immediately add all other ingredients of the sauce bring to a boil ,wash and chopped all vege and add in sauce lower heat and simmer on low heat for 10 min stirring occasionally until it is reduced the quantity and thick enough to spread without being runny

Make 5 balls Now roll out a little to a thin round pizza brush it with little butter or olive oil put the toping on it and then roll out that round pizza to make a cylinder shape bake in a preheated oven at 180oC for 15 to 20 min

Now cut roundels horizontally and serve with hot garlic sauce 


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