Veggie Pizza for Home Bakers Challenge

We group of people started a monthly event for baking for both bloggers and non-bloggers initiated by Priya of Priyas Versatile recipes.
For this month challenge,Divya of Divya's culinary journey announced 4 different pizza with the home made tomato sauce,a recipe from Martha Stewart.
As we love the veggie pizza I chose to make it with the veggies such such as onion,capsicum,mushrooms and baby corn for the toppings.The tomato sauce here I used is the store bought and with the herbs.Now on to the recipe..........................


All purpose flour31/4cups+for dusting
Instant yeast1 package(21/2tsp)
Warm water1cup
Olive oil31/2tbs+more for bowl
Tomato sauce4-5tbs
Italian Seasoning1/2tsp
Mixed Veggies(onion.tomato,
capsicum,mushroom,baby corn)
as needed
Mozarilla cheese1/2-3/4cup
Oil (for brushing)1tsp(optional)


  • In a bowl add the flour,instant yeast,salt and sugar add the warm water and 1tbs of oil and mix it well.
  • Knead it well with the remaining oil to a soft and elastic dough for 6-7 minutes.Smooth the dough and brush the bowl with little oil and keep the dough inside.
  • Cover the bowl with cling wrap and keep it in a warm place 40- 60 minutes or it doubled.
  • After the dough doubled,remove the wrap and punch it down,knead it for 2 minutes.Smooth it and keep for the second raise for 30 minutes.
  • Now preheat the oven to 400 degree F.
  • Punch down the dough, and transfer to a clean surface. Using a sharp knife, divide the dough in half, and knead each half four or five turns into a ball.
  • Place one of the dough balls back in the oiled bowl, and cover with plastic wrap. Lightly flour a clean surface, place the remaining dough ball on top, pat into a flattened circle, cover lightly with plastic wrap, and let rest 5 minutes.
  • Using your fingers, begin to flatten and push the dough evenly out from the center until it measures about 7 to 8 inches in diameter.
  • Do not press the dough all the way to the edges. Leave a slightly raised border, about a half-inch wide, around entire circumference of pizza dough.
  • Transfer it to a pizza stone or pan and with the help of fork prick it on the surface in 10-15 times.
  • Mix the Italian seasoning with the tomato sauce and apply on the rolled dough.
  • Arrange the veggies on top of the tomato sauce then sprinkled the cheese.Brush the edges with oil
  • Bake it in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until bottom turns light golden brown and cheese melted.
  • After its done completely remove it from the oven and slice with a pizza wheel and serve it.
  • Repeat the same process for the rest of the dough.


 Linking to the Home Bakers Challenge event happening at Divya's space.

  • As instant yeast used here I directly added to the flour and used warm water for kneading. 
  • The water should be warm enough to activate the yeast.


Yummy Pizza! Mine post for Puzza is still pending. Your pics are moctivating me to make some

Pizza looks perfect, Nalini.. Tempting and delicious..

Wow Perfectly made Pizza,yum...

simply superb ..mouth watering dear...

looks yummy and wish to have a slice :)

Perfectly done... looks so nic

Pizza looks perfectly made! Tempting clicks! :)

yummy and delicious. lovely clicks too. Todays post :

It has come out well..wish to have a bite :)

Looking yummy and delicious! Tempting clicks too:)

Looks tempting Nalini. You know I have also clicked my paneer tikka pizza in the same way of your last picture. Am drooling here...

pizza looks so delicious n tempting Nalini..well made!!

delicious pizza and beautiful clicks, the last one especially..

Love the pizza... and love the pizza pan... cast iron looks sooooo professional... very well taken pictures..
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