Grilled Indian Pizza

Come Thanksgiving and you see a lot of material on what to do with the Leftover turkey. Whether we cook one or not everyone has some or the other leftover after a party night or even after a night out in the restaurant when you think you could eat everything you ordered but it finally ends up in a box instead.

So what do you do with leftovers ? I simply make a pizza ... its the semi home made way !

I "heart" Pizza and I think you can showcase your creativity and come up with tons of different flavors and toppings. Like this one, I had some reshmi kababs, so decided to make an Indian Pizza.

Sure the home made pizza dough tastes much better and healthier, but having a packet of frozen dough really helps you fix a quick meal. To make it even quicker I use the store bought pita bread or roghini naan as my base and cook it on the griddle, yes this is a tawa top pizza :)

Though everything is store bought, I am splitting the list of ingredients to show how I made it the Semi Home Made way , as this is my first post for the ongoing event.


Store bought / ready to use:

Whole wheat pita bread / Roghani naan,
Plain or flavored hummus,
Reshmi kabab / any kabab/ rotisserie chicken, chopped or shredded,
Bombay Sandwich spread (I used Swad brand, any chutney is fine)

chili powder,
pudina / mint leaves,
Colby cheese (use any cheeses you have handy),
cheddar cheese,
chaat masala.
Ghee. (optional)

Spread some hummus on the pita bread, then some ketchup, sprinkle the chicken , chili powder, cheeses, top with some sandwich chutney and fresh mint leaves. Heat a pan/ griddle/grill , put a little bit of ghee/ butter and put the pita bread with all layers , let it cook covered on low just until the cheese melts, sprinkle with chaat masala. Serve with chips and fruit juice.

This is my entry to the following events:


Superchef said...

thanks for the delicious entry!!

Cham said...

Good one- I tasted Tandoori chick pizza!
That is a great semi-homemade recipe!

shahana said...

First time in ur blog.You got a wonderful blog witha lot of unique n delicious recipies

Soma Pradhan said...

Wow..The flavours going inthat indian pizza makes my mout water

PJ said...

I love pizza too; this looks just amazing! and so fast to make too compared to traditional pizza :)

Malar Gandhi said...

I agree, best way to use up the leftovers...I use chicken tikka, kebabs on pizza or sometimes make fried rice. These are absolutely fulfilling recipes:) Grilled pizza sounds great, must be aromatic for sure:)

Rahin said...

It was fun to participate in ur event Superchef

Thanks Cham

Thanks Shahana and welcome to my blog

Its really flavorful Soma

Thanks PJ

Fried rice from kababs is also a very clever semi home made idea , thanks for sharing Malar

Deepa G Joshi said...

wow..nice idea..and no one can say its made from the left over items..it looks very yummy.

Rahin said...

Thanks Deepa

ruchikacooks said...

Wowie..Hummus in Pizza? Looks delicious, nice one for a quick n healthy dinner.


Thanks for dropping by and join me, you have a great blog too, listed you in my blog roll, hope to visit each other more often.

Although this is store bought pizza but still looks delicious.