Thursday, 4 July 2013

Capsicum and babycorn pizza

   Saturday evenings are too lazier and I demand for any sort of snack.  This idea of making pizza struck me when I saw an ready-made pizza base in a shop.  I also bought pizza cheese and happily walked home.   If you want to know recipe for home-made base, kindly click here

The pizza came out soo good and it got finished within minutes, so let us move off to ingredients. 

Ingredients required

  • 2 cups wheat flour
  • 1 tsp of crushed dry herbs
  • 1 tsp of salt
  • 1 tbspn of dry yeast
  • Pizza base - 5 tbspn
  • Grated cheese - 1/2 cup
  • Baby corn and capsicum slices - 1 cup

Nutty drizzles

    Not long before, I just had an quick time-passing walk inside an supermarket.  This book  ' 100 best delecious chocolate' really got my attention.  When I went through it, it had an awesome collections of desserts, cookies, milk-shakes, cake, pie, fudge, cupcakes  all with chocolates as its main ingredients.  One instant I felt that this entire book was designed FOR ME :) :) With stunning photographies and unique recipes, I had an firm grip on this book and purchased it too!!  (though it was tottally out of my budget!)

After I read the content of the book, my heart wished to try all 100's. Everything was lukng soo great and to add woos, i have been becoming bake-aholic these days!!  Thanks for Baking parnters community to help me develop these skills and special mention to hubby who eats whatver end product just meant to be :) :) But still I went with cookies option because they are the  most safest terms  in baking.  Just knead them as ur usual roti dough with an buttery touch and bake them.... ta da..... no egg separation !!  no whisking of egg whites!! and other complex forms.  But this nutty drizzle was soo unique that it needed lots of other nuts, wheatbran, sultanas, plain chocolates etc.  So, with a little twist to the ingredients mentioned I carried on with the preparation.

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