With its myriad toppings, bhura pizza is a visual delight
KIDS love pizza, so do their parents. It is a visual delight with myriad toppings with different hues their magic. The base is baked crisp, the cheese is creamy, the veggies have a refreshing crunch and meats (if used) and mushrooms retain some bite. The tomato sauce and mustard add the tang. Sprinkled chilli flakes and seasoning are a bonus.
We have never understood why the poor thing is derided as junk food. We think that itís the bias against maida that causes the damage. Replace the usual base with brown bread and do-it-yourself instead of ordering home delivery and see the difference. For the price of an extra topping, you can treat the kids to another wholesome pizza.
gets its name, like the Brown Sahibs of yore, due to the colour of its
skin.`A0We are happy with our tinkering and feel that it is only snobs
who can keep quibbling henceforth about wood fired ovens, thin-crust,
hand tossed and/or pan baked versions. The pizza in its desi`A0moti
roti-like avatar is good enough for us. But some ultra
patriotic foodie friends with fertile imagination have, after tasting
this version, at our table started speculating that Marco Polo carried
the recipe from India with him to Italy, along with the nuskha
for noodles from China.