Delectable Low Calorie Pizza!

    I was a little low today. Maybe because of a dream-cum-movie( It was hours long!) I watched while asleep. I wouldn’t call it a nightmare. It was, for the want of a better word,’zany’. The kind of bizarre film that leave you feeling lethargic. Anyway I should be happy that it wasn’t Paranormal Activity 5. It could have been, given that I read a lot of true horror stories yesterday. An American haunting(truth behind it) and The exorcism of Emily Rose(truth behind it) being just two of them. Pictures never lie, words may or may not. These stories are accompanied with pictures of the horrifying details.I cried and even prayed for the alleged victims. Do we ever wonder how blessed we are,like ever?  If we look at those who actually suffer, we might stop whining about our so-called miserable lives and start being thankful for once. A lot of us don’t even know the S of suffering, and God forbid that we ever do. Its about time we began looking at the fuller part of the glass, rather than moan about the empty space. Anyway, I had to do something to get rid of yesterdays lethargic sadness. For that I made a feel good pizza today. It was the most absolutely delicious one ever. And there was no guilt, since it was low-fat. Not overloaded with cheese like pizzas usually are. To accompany the pizza I also read a lovely novel ” I’ve got your number” by the absolutely marvelous, my all-time favorite author Sophie Kinsella. For those of you who don’t know Kinsella, I pity you. She writes such light, witty ,amazing novels and has such a perfect comic timing. I was left absolutely refreshed and revitalized after the pizza and the novel! 

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What you Need(For Dough)

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • 1 tbsp yeast
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tbsp vegetable oil
  • 2 tbsp Yogurt

Method(Dough)

  • Dissolve sugar and yeast in 4 tbsp warm water
  • Mix rest of the ingredients
  • Knead to make a soft dough(With warm water)
  • Cover it with cloth. And leave it to rise for 1 hour.
  • After one hour roll out the dough. Personally I prefer a thin crust over a thick one.But roll out as you wish.

What you need(for Topping)

  • 1 small onion diced
  • 3/4 cup boiled and shredded chicken
  • 1 tbsp butter
  • 2 tbsp all purpose flour
  • 1 cup milk
  • salt to taste
  • 1 tsp black pepper powder
  • 1 tsp oregano powder
  • 1 capsicum diced
  • 1 carrot diced
  • 2 spring onions chopped
  • 4 green chilies sliced 
  • 1 egg beaten

Method( Topping)

  • Melt butter, add onions,cook till transparent.Add capsicum,salt,black pepper and oregano.
  • Add flour. Stir and cook for a minute
  • Add milk and cook till it thickens.
  • Add green chili,spring onion,carrot and shredded chicken.
  • Leave this filling to cool.

For Garnishing(Sprinkle over Topping before and NOT after baking )

  • 5 tbsp Cheddar cheese. Yes that’s all the cheese in our pizza. Just slice it all over the pizza randomly.
  • One small tomato sliced. Place slices randomly over the pizza.

Tip

* I bake the rolled out dough for 10 minutes BEFORE applying topping on it. The crust is firmer and tastier. The rest of baking will take place after applying the topping( that is 10-15 minutes more). Overall 20-25 minutes.

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12 thoughts on “Delectable Low Calorie Pizza!

  1. Wow! Now THAT’S a pizza I would love!!!!! I do a similar one but will be trying your in the very near future…….it will help combat all the insane eating/foods that are out there during the holidays!!!! Thanks for the great idea!!!! Hugs………

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  2. pizza looks wonderful and also the book recommendation. i’m rather lazy so i get my pizza from the freezer but i ‘m thinking your homemade one would probably taste 300% better. thanks for sharing ☺

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  3. I love making my own Pizza’s and make the dough in the bread mixer on the dough setting to take a little of the hard work out of kneading.. I use spring onions grown out the allotment garden, and red and yellow peppers,sliced mushrooms, garlic, and a host of other bits and bobs, sometimes olives , goats cheese.. etc…etc etc… with tomato purée as a base.. I usually make a large 12 inch one and then it makes around 10 small pizza’s which I cook then freeze.. These come in handy if we want a small supper snack or I take to work for lunch sometimes..

    Yours looks delicious 🙂 xx

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