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Sep 3, 2010

Pizza Pops

This is a crunchy pop with a sizzling cheesy veggies inside. You can use any vegetables that we use for making pizza. Meat lovers can also stuff chicken or meat of their choice. It comes with a great pizza flavor in bite sized pops :) Lets go ahead and relish them !!



Preparation time : 15 minutes
Cooking Time : 15 minutes
Servings: 2

Ingredients:

For the dough : 

All Purpose Flour / Whole wheat Flour - 1.5 cups
Salt 
Water 
( I used left over chapathi dough and it came out very well )

For the filling:

Pizza Sauce / Tomato Ketchup -2 tablespoon
Cheese Slice - 8 - Preferably small ones
Egg - 1 - Beaten Throughly
Bread Crumbs - 3 tablespoons
Onion - 1 medium Sized - sliced thin and long
Bell Peppers - 1 - sliced thin and long
Tomato - 1 medium sized - deseeded -sliced thin and long
Chili Flakes - 1 tablespoon
Oregano - 1 tablespoon
Salt
Oil



Method:

Mix flour,salt ,water and make it in to a soft dough. Divide them in to 8 equal balls. Roll them in to round circles. Now smear some pizza sauce or ketchup on the circles, place cheese and vegetables, sprinkle some salt,oregano and chili flakes. Roll the circle carefully and close both the ends by pressing the ends little hard. Make sure that the filling is less and the cheese does not come out while rolling, if you feel the cheese is large, cut it in to half and use. Now dip each of the prepared pops in egg, roll them on breadcrumbs and deep fry until golden brown on both sides !! Serve Hot immediately :)




 am sending this recipe to Kids Delight hosted by Pari and Kids Menu Event hosted by Neha.




21 comments:

  1. H.
    Excellent finger food for kids, would love to try the baked version of this.
    FOODELICIOUS

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  2. Wonderful use of leftover chapatis.
    And as Pari said, it will be healthier if we bake it. Let me try both and see.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Lovely clicks.

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  3. Wonderful twist. Crunchy too.
    http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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  4. yes pari baking is ofcourse good option....i fried it cos my hubby likes it that way :) let me know how it came out when baked !!

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  5. Wow! Thats a delicious finger-food!

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  6. amazing recipe...absolutely stunning clicks...!

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  7. absolutely amazing recipe....nice clicks!!

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  8. Yummy pops, am drooling here..

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  9. How yummy will these be, thanks for a great after school snack idea.

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  10. wow, this one looks really great, yuumy treat for kids

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  11. oh these look perfect - what a great idea!

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  12. hi Lav,
    thanks for sending this wonderful entry to my event...

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  13. That looks amazing and such a great idea, am sure everyone will love it...

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  14. Wonderful snack idea !!! Nice usage of leftover dough...Like the filling also.
    Glad to follow you dear...
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  15. I think your version is healthier 'cos of the wheat pita dough. Gotta get a bag of wheat flour soon, so I can be back making wheat pita again.

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  16. Loved the twist..great finger food, thanks for sharing.

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