15 Minute Pizza (+ 5 Min Baking Time)




Havent we all faced days when everyone in the house wants pizza or sumthing that looks like it, and we don't wanna order it or can't because of some or the other reason. Well this is for u guys A Quickie Pizza and the cool part is unlike most of its counterparts this is actually healthy.

P.S. - I was halfway through making the pizza when I decided to document it so some pictures maybe missing. I will upgrade them the next time I make one for sure.Also if you like the instructable please comment or rate it.

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Well you basically need

-Ready made Pizza Bases(I have no idea about where to aquire them in places other than India- sry)
-Butter (or margarine)
-Cheese(mozerella preferably)
-An Onion
-A capsicum
-Chilli sauce(red)
-Salt(to taste)

Also you will need a oven or a microwave with the grill function and a pan to mix the sauce in.

(the vegies are optional, you guys can use anything for the toppings)


Firstly pop the bases into the oven for about 2 mins and then take them out and slighty butter the topside and put them back in.

Secondly we need to prepare the sauce, for that we first have to ready our ingredients. In case of the veggies, chop the onion finely and the capsicum into about 1cm by 1cm squares. Put the onions in a pan and slightly saute them.
Then add around 1 3/4 cups of ketchup and 1/2 cup chilli sauce and stir them well, add the capsicum, corn and seasoning, Continue stirring until it begins to thicken slightly. Add about 2 tablespoons of water stir and let it be for now


As you must have noticed almost every ingredient went into the sauce, so the only thing now left is to Take the bases out, Spread generous amounts of the sauce on it and Cover it with a nice layer of grated cheese. Once this is done pop it in the oven until the cheese begins to turn brown(usually takes 5 mins at the medium setting).

Step 4: THE END

Now all that is left is take the pizza out, cut it into quarters or how ever you wish to cut them. Garnish them with a little seasoning and then serve it with anything you like.

So as it is said 'Everything that has a beginning has an end' we come to the conclusion of out intructable. Feel free to inquire about anything through the comments. Thank You


Well once you have the basics ready you just need to modify it to your likes and you'll have a bunch of (similar looking but very different tasting) recipies.

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    8 Discussions


    9 years ago on Introduction

     seems 2 be made in INDIA.
    i saw the kissan & sil bottles.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    Ha, I love it! An Indian twist on an "American" food that we (Americans) just stole from another country!!! Seriously, though, I love how you made the topping all together so all you had to do was spread it on, very clever. I always feel bad for Americans because you and the other Indian who posted below me have (or has?) better English grammar than me and most others. You have no idea how long it took me to type this with no errors. Good job, you made me hungry, jealous, and ashamed all in one instructable. I call that a success!!!

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    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    ROFL dude, newho thanks a ton....... and, well about the indian-ness, we'r everywhere, waiting to take over, today its pizza, tomorrow its the world. P.S.-i have no idea what taking over the world has to do with pizza, its just the beer kicking in........ btw thanks again..


    11 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah im Indian. And to tell you the truth youd be surprised at how many people around the world use the site. As per the base anything can work, even toasted bread works just as fine as anything else but has the grainy texture which sorta spoils the fun and as westfw said you can most definately use naan aswell.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    I've found that plain pita flatbread works just great for a pizza base, and is easy to find here in the US.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    Nice instructable. Do you live in India right now? I am Indian myself but i was born in the U.S. I didn't know this many people from around the world used this site o.o


    11 years ago on Introduction

    Good job. You put weird stuff on your pizza! (good for you, and as you say the idea is easily modified for anyone's personal preferences.)
    In the US, there are assorted things that can be used as ready-made pizza crusts. The most widely available are probably boboli and assorted flour tortillas (this is what we usually use.) But there are also things explicitly sold as pizza crusts, pita-bread, pre-made "Naan" (hah! but not too bad), or even ordinary toasted sliced bread for when you're desperate.


    11 years ago on Introduction

    damn you, now i want to eat pizza! nice instructables!