A healthy pizza base made from whole wheat flour, soya flour, oats and powdered channa dal! Now it really can’t get healthier, right?
Everyone at our house love pizza and I usually buy a pizza base from market and make the pizza at home. Some time back, when I started having a regular supply of good yeast I started making the regular maida base at home too. However, I still wasn’t too happy with the fact that it was all maida. So some days back when I was casually browsing the TV, I saw a multigrain healthy pizza recipe on Active Cooking on Tata Sky.
I loved the recipe and I thought I should give it a try!
I am so glad I tried this version of the pizza base, because it has the goodness of oats and soya flour and there is no maida involved in it at all. Now, isn’t that an amazing way to enjoy your junk food by making it healthy?
You can also choose to blind bake the base before you put the veggies for about 7 minutes or so. I think, next time, I make this pizza. I will do that so that the cheese doesn’t get overdone.
If there is one thing I am always looking out for when I am cooking, it is how to make my food healthy. We already eat so much processed food in one way or the other. It always makes me happy when I can make those dishes at home, which are really unhealthy when you eat them outside. This pizza is really so simple to put together. Just make the base and then add some homemade marinara pizza sauce to it, and then top it with vegetables of your choice, and of course, some cheese, because what is a pizza, without cheese 🙂