Oats PavBhaji Pizza Recipe

If pav and pizza are two of your favorite ingredients, then one way to bring them two together and add a healthy twist to it is this Oats Pav Bhaji Pizza. Simple to make and savory in flavour, this pizza is loaded with the goodness of vegetables and oats, and can be prepared for a quick breakfast. Pav Bhaji, a Mumbai favorite does wonders for your taste buds and you can prepare this easy dish at home too.

Cooking time
30 min
Serves
6
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Ingredients

    Ingredient with Household Units

    • Saffola Active oil – 1 tbsp
    • Cumin seeds – 1 tsp
    • Onion – 1 cup
    • Green chilli – 1 tsp
    • Tomato – ½ cup ( Chopped )
    • Saffola Plain oats – ¼ cup ( Powdered )
    • Raw Banana - 1
    • Green Peas – ½ cup
    • Red chilli powder – 1 tsp
    • Turmeric powder – ½ tsp
    • Coriander powder – 1 tsp
    • Pav Bhaji Masala – 2 tsp
    • Salt to taste
    • Lemon juice – 1 tsp
    • Whole Wheat Pav – 6 pieces
    • Butter – 2 tsp
    • Onion – 3 tbsp
    • Paneer – 3 tbsp
    • Mozarella Cheese – 3 tbsp
    • Coriander – 1 tbsp ( Chopped )

How to make Oats PavBhaji Pizza

    • Heat Saffola active oil in a  pan.
    • Once the oil is hot, add cumin seeds.
    • Add onion and fry until slightly browned.
    • Add green chilli and tomato and cook for 3-4 minutes.
    • Add Saffola Plain oats, raw banana, green peas, red chilli powder, turmeric powder, coriander powder, pav bhaji masala, salt and lemon juice and mash everything nicely.
    • Cook for 3-4 minutes.
    • Add some water if required.
    • Remove the pan from heat and let the bhaji cool.
    • Brush Pav with butter.
    • Evenly spread bhaji on top of the pav.
    • Sprinkle some onion, paneer, mozzarella cheese and coriander on top.
    • Bake for 12-15 minutes.
    • Serve hot.

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