Bread Pizza for the Birthday Boy

Pizza at SindhiRasoi ?? I expect this reaction from everyone , very obviously , Since Pizza is not even remotely related to Sindhi Cuisine. But this is an exception, because it’s my Apple of Eye’s Birthday Tomorrow ( 4th December). Yeah, My Son (ok ok Our son …Happy Honey ? ) Will turn SIX tomorrow. So as I was discussing the menu for his Birthday- lunch box,  bubbling with excitement he replied …..Bread Pizza .The day he saw this lovely looking bread covered with melted cheese at Srivalli’s Spice your life, he ask for some, almost everyday, since then. The fun part is that he can  himself fix the dish ( except of course chopping and cooking part) and that makes him more happy.

I tweaked srivalli’s idea a bit and used some fresh vegetable toppings to make it more healthier. And believe me, it tastes as good as those  branded pizzas.

My son insisted to put up this as my new post on his b’day, so here I am with this simple, quick fix healthy Pizza …just for you…. my adorable Kid !

Bread Pizza for the Birthday Boy
 
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Recipe type: Snacks
Serves: 1
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Healthier bread pizza, brown bread slices topped with assorted vegetables and cheese
Ingredients
  • Brown bread or whole wheat bread slice  1 (adjust portions according to requirements)
  • Butter to spread on slice
  • Finely chopped capsicum,Tomato, onion, cabbage (grated) 2 tsp
  • Cheese (whichever available) to cover the topping (use as much preferred)
  • Salt just a pinch
  • Black pepper (optional) a pinch
  • Tomato ketchup
  • Oregano  (optional) a pinch
Method
  1. Roast the bread slice only on one side, till bit crisp.You can use pan or griddle on stove top.Skip this step if you are using Microwave.
  2. Now on roasted side apply some butter,spread chopped vegetables to cover whole slice, sprinkle some salt, pepper, oregano (optional) and cover it with grated cheese
  3. Now put it again on griddle or pan or microwave it for a minute or till cheese melts. In case of pan or griddle put the flame on low, cover the bread with some dome shape vessel (in such a way that it doesn't touch the bread surface) and place some weight over it, since the bread turns crisp too fast while cheese needs some time to melt
  4. When cheese melts (taking care that bread shouldn't burn), place it on a serving plate and cut it into four pieces and top every piece with a dash of tomato ketchup.
  5. Watch your kids wiping the plate clean and asking for more
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22 thoughts on “Bread Pizza for the Birthday Boy

  1. I like u r receipe I miss my mom.

  2. Wow bread pizza is my favourite

  3. Rachel keswani says:

    I got your website from one of my friend and went through the recipes and my you got very good recipes and I’m surely gonna try one by one …thank you so much and giving us the courage to cook good and easy meals at home : )

    I’m gonna try this pizza tonite and am very sure will turn out good : )

  4. i rmeber having similar “pizzas” as a kid:)
    Belated Happy Birthday to your dear son

  5. as a total pizza fanatic, i must say, the pics look absolutely delish!

  6. Belated happy birthday to your son. Hope he had a great day.

  7. Belated Birthday Wishes to your Son. Bread pizza is loved by all its nice that he ate it with these veggies, I would always eat only cheese.

  8. wow what an amazing blog. first time here.. very nice photographs and nice recipes too.

  9. heheh…well looks like you are on my blog and I am on yours…cool!..:)..was checking the falooda girl you can tempt a saint!

  10. My hearty birthday wishes for your boy!…do tell that I simply loved the fact that he wanted to make those and he did too!…

    your version looks delicious too Alka!…

  11. Belated birthday wishes to big champ. I can imagine how excited he must have been to do this by himself. I cannot wait for my 3 year old to become active in all this.
    nice selection Alka and the pictures look beautiful.

  12. Lovely pizza and hugs to the birthday boy!

    Regarding the scones – I don’t know of a sure shot recipe in cooker but one of the Gujju channels did show bread in cooker the other day. Cakes yes, but breads – not sure:(

    Just let me know and come over on a weekend with your son – isn’t that so much easier?:))

  13. My kids love this too… .I cut out the bread into different shapes with a cookie cutter & let them adorn it with cheese & veggies.lovely pics

  14. It’s my favorite too – I make it with tomatoes and jalepenos.

    Wish your son a happy birthday for me.

  15. It certainly looks appetising for kids!

  16. Convey my birthday wishes to ur son. Hope he enjoys his day to the full. The bread pizza looks tempting and yummmmm…

  17. Basantlal Nagdev says:

    Lovely Pizza !!! Also convey my best wishes to ur sunny on his 6th birthday

  18. My husband loves Italian food, he doesn’t know how to cook but for some reason he is really good at cooking Italian food. He makes many different items like lasagna, pasta, spaghetti, eggplant paramagian, pizza and last but not the least ‘pizza bread’. Plus pizza bread is so easy to make, its quick, and its healthy as well. we put a lot of vegetables like spinach, broccoli, onion, bell peppers, tomatoes, jalapeneos along with cheese and tomato,pasta sauce on wheat bread which makes the meal healthy and its ready in like 5 minutes in the oven so its super quick and convenient……

    P.s. – Wishing your son a very very very Happy Birthday!!!!! 🙂

  19. This is a regular at my place, Alka. I created a new space for kid friendly recipes like bread pizza at Kidszone last month. And I am going to be blogging Nehal’s bread pizza too. 🙂

    My best wishes to the birthday boy. Hope he has a great b’day. God Bless!

  20. Bread pizza looks so yummy delicius.

  21. what a creative dish…so simple & so delicious…this cant be for only kids but grown up kids….like my son in law…..he is english….he is vegetarian & he loves pizzas…i will serve him when he visits me in december

  22. I know the kids will fall in love with this pizza just by looking at it.
    Rather easy to make as well. Let me get hold of some bell peppers!

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