Uttapam Pizza – A combo of South Indian and Italian taste

Uttapam Pizza – A combo of South Indian and Italian taste

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My husband is very fond of uttapam. Whenever we go out to eat South Indian meal, he’ll always order uttapam. That makes it fairly obvious that uttapam is one such dish that I make quite often. Sometimes I make with fermented batter and sometimes instant uttapam.

This week I decided to make South Indian dishes under ‘tawa recipes’. If I’m going to make South Indian, how is it possible that I won’t make uttapam…. My husband’s favorite. But to break the monotony, this time I gave it a twist and made a fusion dish- Uttapam Pizza.

Normally uttapam is made from rice and urad dal that are soaked overnight, ground and fermented. As I was short of time, so I used rice rava. It reduced soaking time. As the temperature has dropped down these days, so to hasten up fermentation, I kept the batter in warm oven and my fermented batter was ready within six hours.

The uttapam is made in the same way, as we usually make. It is then topped with pizza sauce, topping whichever we want and mozzarella cheese. You get a hearty uttapam pizza within minutes that too without an oven.

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Uttapam Pizza - A combo of South Indian and Italian taste
A fusion of South Indian and Italian flavors to make a cheesy delight that will make your kids jump with joy
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 6 hrs
Servings
Ingredients
For Uttapam Base
For Topping
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 6 hrs
Servings
Ingredients
For Uttapam Base
For Topping
Instructions
  1. Soak rava and dal in water for about 1 hour.
  2. Drain dal and grind to a fine paste using little water. Add this paste to to rice rava and mix well.
  3. Cover and keep the batter to ferment for 6-8 hours or overnight in a warm place.
  4. Add salt and bring the batter to pouring consistency, if very thick.
  5. Heat a non stick tawa and drizzle some oil over it. Wipe off the oil and pour a ladleful of batter over it.
    Uttapam Pizza
  6. Spread the batter to form a thick circle and lower the heat.
  7. When the top becomes a bit dry, spread pizza sauce over it.
    Uttapam Pizza
  8. Place corns, tomato, capsicum and olives over it.
    Uttapam Pizza
  9. Sprinkle 2 tbsp of grated mozzarella cheese all over it and top with some more corns and olives.
    Uttapam Pizza
  10. Top it up with more olives and corns.
    Uttapam Pizza
  11. Sprinkle pizza seasoning and chilli flakes.
  12. Cover it and let it cook on low heat till the cheese melts.
  13. Uttapam pizza is ready to be devoured. Enjoy it.
    Uttapam Pizza
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Uttapam Pizza – A combo of South Indian and Italian taste

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My husband is very fond of uttapam. Whenever we go out to eat South Indian meal, he’ll always order uttapam. That makes it fairly obvious that uttapam is one such dish that I make quite often. Sometimes I make with fermented batter and sometimes instant uttapam.

This week I decided to make South Indian dishes under ‘tawa recipes’. If I’m going to make South Indian, how it’s possible that I won’t make uttapam…. My husband’s favorite. But to break the monotony, this time I gave it a twist and made a fusion dish- Uttapam Pizza.

Normally uttapam is made from rice and urad dal that are soaked overnight, ground and fermented. As I was short of time, so I used rice rava. It reduced soaking time. As the temperature has dropped down these days, so to hasten up fermentation, I kept the batter in warm oven and my fermented batter was ready within six hours.

The uttapam is made in the same way, we usually make. It is then topped with pizza sauce, topping whichever we want and mozzarella cheese. You get a hearty uttapam pizza within minutes that too without an oven.

Print Recipe
Uttapam Pizza - A combo of South Indian and Italian taste
A fusion of South Indian and Italian flavors to make a cheesy delight that will make your kids jump with joy
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 6 hrs
Servings
Ingredients
For Uttapam Base
For Topping
Prep Time 10 min
Cook Time 30 min
Passive Time 6 hrs
Servings
Ingredients
For Uttapam Base
For Topping
Instructions
  1. Soak rava and dal in water for about 1 hour.
  2. Drain dal and grind to a fine paste using little water. Add this paste to to rice rava and mix well.
  3. Cover and keep the batter to ferment for 6-8 hours or overnight in a warm place.
  4. Add salt and bring the batter to pouring consistency, if very thick.
  5. Heat a non stick tawa and drizzle some oil over it. Wipe off the oil and pour a ladleful of batter over it.
    Uttapam Pizza
  6. Spread the batter to form a thick circle and lower the heat.
  7. When the top becomes a bit dry, spread pizza sauce over it.
    Uttapam Pizza
  8. Place corns, tomato, capsicum and olives over it.
    Uttapam Pizza
  9. Sprinkle 2 tbsp of grated mozzarella cheese all over it and top with some more corns and olives.
    Uttapam Pizza
  10. Top it up with more olives and corns.
    Uttapam Pizza
  11. Sprinkle pizza seasoning and chilli flakes.
  12. Cover it and let it cook on low heat till the cheese melts.
  13. Uttapam pizza is ready to be devoured. Enjoy it.
    Uttapam Pizza
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