Friday, May 10, 2013

Sabudana (sago) Pizza

Sabudana Pizza:

Sabudana(sago) pizza is simple and  nutritious twist on a traditional Pizza and it is perfect for whenever you want to create a healthy, delicious and yeast-free crust. Try the recipe below which substitutes Sabudana (sago) instead of traditional flour.


1 cup Sabudana
1/2 cup roasted peanut powder
1 potato
1 tablespoon chopped green chili
2 tablespoon fresh coriander
1/4 cup grated carrot
1/4 cup chopped bell pepper( red, green and yellow)
1/2 cup shredded cheese (or as required)
salt to taste
oil or butter to grease
1/4 cup Pizza sauce (optional) (I didn't use in my pizza)


1) Wash and Soak Sabudana in 1/4 cup water for 90 minutes.
2) Then peel the potato, grate it and mix in the soaked sabudana.
3) Now add green chilies, peanut powder, coriander and salt to the mixer of sabudana and potato.
4) Mix well to make a ball of dough, add little water if required.
5) Grease the bottom and sides of the non-stick pan with the oil before placing the dough in it so that the pizza does not stick to the pan.
6) Place ball of dough in the pan and using a flat palm, press the dough around the pan, starting at the center and working outwards, flattening it slightly and spreading oil around the entire bottom and edges of the pan and the dough is evenly spread around the pan to the desired thickness.
7) place pan over a burner and cook on medium heat for 8-10 minutes or cook until dough is browned on the bottom (you can see by lifting up a corner with a fork). Then Brush the top of the pizza with oil and using a thin spatula, loosen pizza and flip it over.
8) Immediately spread the sauce onto the base followed by cheese. Then add the toppings of your choice (green, yellow and red peppers, carrots, onions, tomatoes, etc.) Top with additional mozzarella cheese. Cook until cheese is bubbling and outer crust is brown - about 10-12 minutes.
9) Remove the pizza and transfer to a cutting board. Cut into slices and serve immediately.

Additional note:
You can bake this pizza in the oven similar to other pizzas.
Also you can eat this Pizza in fasting as falahar too.

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  2. looks so yummy. very tempting. sabudana pizza is a new one for me.


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