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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Fruit Pizza - Fusion Style


          PIZZA is an universally favourite fast food. So now how about having it as a dessert? Here is my version of a 'FRUIT PIZZA' that can be served as an after-meal dessert. There are two other sweets hidden in it -  The pizza base is that of MALPUA, which is generously spread with SHRIKHAND (hung yoghurt) and finally topped with some colourful fruits. 

          I tried to keep this amazing pizza, simple, healthy and appealing. Any other variety of fruits can be used. So go ahead and create your own fruit pizza by following a step by step method with pictures to prepare this visual treat.









Ingredients for Malpua - 

  • 1/4 cup whole wheat flour (atta)
  • 1/4 cup semolina (sooji)
  • 1 -2 tsp. sugar or to taste
  • pinch of cardamom powder
  • 1/2 tsp. fennel seeds (saunf)
  • milk as required
  • oil to shallow fry

Ingredients for pizza sauce - 

  • 400 gms. yoghurt
  • powdered sugar to taste

Toppings - 

  • black grapes
  • plums
  • water melon
  • kiwi
  • any other fruits too, can be added








          To prepare the sweet pizza sauce - Pour the yoghurt in a cheese cloth and place it on a strainer. Keep a bowl under it and refrigerate overnight. 

         The thick hung yoghurt is used in this recipe. Add powdered sugar to taste and mix well. Keep aside.

         To prepare malpua / pizza base - In a bowl, mix together all the ingredients (except milk and oil). Add milk little at a time and prepare a batter. Keep aside for 15-20 minutes. 

         Adjust the consistency. Add more milk / water if required as the batter should be of pouring consistency.

          Heat 1-2 tsp. oil and pour 2-3 ladleful of the batter (makes 2 malpuas). Cook on both sides on a medium flame till light golden in colour. Drain on a kitchen towel. Prepare the other malpua too.

          To assemble the final Pizza - On the malpua, spread the hung yoghurt generously and top it up with your favourite fruits in a nice, attractive pattern.

          Refrigerate for an hour. Cut into slices and serve as an after-meal dessert.





                 Pour the yoghurt in a cheese cloth and place it on a strainer. Keep a bowl
                 under it & refrigerate overnight.The thick hung yoghurt is used in this recipe. 




                               Add powdered sugar to taste and mix well. Keep aside.




                 In a bowl, mix together all the ingredients (except milk and oil). Add milk
                 little at a time & prepare a batter, Keep aside for 15-20 minutes. 




                    Heat 1-2 tsp. oil and pour 2-3 ladleful of the batter (makes 2 malpuas). 




                   Cook on both sides on a medium flame till light golden in colour. Drain on a
                   kitchen towel. Prepare the other malpua too.



                               Slice / chop the fruits as desired.



                               Take one malpua.....




Spread the hung yoghurt over it.



Place the fruits as desired in an attractive pattern. Refrigerate for an hour.
                   Cut into slices and serve as an after-meal dessert.












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