Ideal to pack for kids lunchboxes, I often send it to Little M's school. Plus its easy, quick and loaded with the goodness of veggies and cheese. What more can a mom ask for? :-)
Involve kids in making these beautiful bread pizzas on weekends and set a happy tone to a dull evening. I have already listed here the benefits of cooking with kids in the last blog post. Have you seen it?
These stove-top bread pizzas are so easy that I didn't feel the need to list out the method step by step. However I will still try to explain the process in detail.
Preparing Time: 10 min
Cooking Time: 5-7 min
2 tbsp olive oil
2-3 tbsp tomato ketchup
1 cup blanched and chopped baby carrot, baby corn, sweet corn
1/2 cup of finely chopped onion, tomatoes
See how Little M helped me make this super snack.
I asked Little M to slather tomato ketchup and olive oil on the brown bread slices and then arrange veggies that I had blanched and chopped beforehand.
His favourite part was topping his bread pizza with oodles of cheese. :-)
These bread pizzas can be made on the tawa (griddle). After Little M finished decorating the pizza, I handed him a plate and ketchup squeezer and told him to make a ketchup smiley (a good way to work on those fine motor skills too).
Meanwhile, I heated the tawa and then put two of these colourful pizzas on top and then covered the tawa by turning a large bottomed bowl upside down on it.
I have seen my mother use this method and now I use it to roast beetroots or make stove top pizzas. Just wait for 5-6 min for the cheese to melt and your bread pizza is ready.
Note: Try and not leave the pizza bread on the heat for a long time as it can make the bread too hard. Keeping it for 5-6 min helps make the bread crispy and soft from top.
Do you like getting kids in the kitchen? What are your favourite recipes to whip up with the kids?
Tell me all. I'd love to read your thoughts.
Thanks for reading! :-)