Friday, 12 June 2015


Pizza Pinwheel Bites

When you are being lazy and not in mood to cook, them immerge a new recipe, which is called a saviour. Saviour from the snack demand of your kids, saviour when you called some friends for tea and you don't find enough to serve, Saviour from weight gain with whole big flat slice of pizza......

I have had a tea-party with some of my GFs and that time got the idea of making them. The time for our get together,was late evening so everyone wanted something to fill them up until dinner time.

I made these bite size pizza wheels to satisfy all of us and at the same time cut down my work at kitchen. We had few store bought snacks with this and Green Tea with lemon. Lots of chat about food and fashion and what else you want to spend an evening with friends.

Pizza is something we all love, be it a child or an adult, in my house the case is like that. I try making it a bit more healthy with different flour, Gramflour, wheat flour and others and sometimes mix them all together.  I use light cheese to make it good for me as well. sauce can be substituted with any of the sauce or relish, it can be salsa as well. Believe me they all taste good in this.

Are you planning a tea-party or get together soon? Try these Pizza Pinwheel Bites in your party and tell me the reviews you get for them. Easy and quick to make yet so satisfying. These can also be a part of any birthday party, because Kids love Pizza in any form......Until next time.......Happy Cooking Friends, Saumya


Pizza Base Mix                      - 1 Pkt (290Grm)
Green Pesto Paste                  - 2 tblspoon (Can be substituted with pizza sauce)
Italian Seasoning                   - 1 tblspoon
Grated Mozzarella                 - 1/4 cup
Mix Veggies                          - 1/2 cup (parboiled)
Tomato Ketchup                    - 1 tblspoon (optional)
Salt                                         - to taste
Red Chili Flakes                     - to taste (optional)


Knead the dough, as per the packet instructions, keep aside to rise.
Wash the mix veggies. I used frozen ones, so there was carrot,peas,beans,peppers,mushrooms and corn.
Parboil the veggies in microwave for 5-7 minutes.
After 30 minutes, dough will rise and get fluffy.
Preheat the oven on 200c and line a baking tray with parchment paper.
Punch it down and roll in a shape of square on a lightly floured surface.
Spread the pesto sauce on it leaving 1 inch each side.

Now spread the veggies, sprinkle some salt, red chili flakes and italian seasoning and tomato ketchup.

Now sprinkle grated cheese on it.

Start to roll the dough gently but tightly tugging inside.

Seal the dough at the end from all sides. Please refer the picture.

Now cut the roundels of the rolled dough log. They should be 1 n half inch thick.

Place all the roundels on a lined baking tray.

Sprinkle some more grated cheese on each pinwheel.

Bake them on 200c for 15-17 minutes or until the cheese starts to get golden.

Once baked let them cool of the wire rack for few minutes before they are good enough to handle with bare hands.

Pizza Pinwheel bites are ready to serve. I served them on a small get together with friends over tea, but these can go very well with any party or get together.

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