Recipe to Make Veg Paneer Bread Pizza

Pizza bread paneer

pizza is all time favourite of kids. This is an Italian dish. Pizza base may not be available in your neighborhood, so today I am going to share recipe of vegetable paneer bread pizza which uses bread as the base for pizza instead of pizza base.

This desi style pizza is not only quick to make but packed with healthy nutrients and tastes yum. This recipe is kid’s most favorite snack dish for evening, Tiffin box, kitty parties or kids birthday party.

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time : 15-20 minutes
Servings: 6 pizza


  1. Whiter or brown bread slices -6
  2. Capsicum-1medium (chopped)
  3. Paneer or cottage cheese – 150 gms (grated)
  4. Onion- 1 medium (chopped)
  5. Tomato- 1  medium (Chopped)
  6. Cheese- 50 gms  (grated)
  7. Salt to taste
  8. Oil for cooking

How to make

Step 1 – Take 1tsp of oil in a non stick pan and heat it. Add Chopped onion and saute for 2-4 minutes, add tomatoes fry them for another two minutes, add Capsicum and finally add Paneer. Let the moisture of paneer evaporates Switch off the flame.

Step 2- Take bread slices  and spread paneer mixture on bread. Take a non-stick tawa and switch on the flame. Pour some oil into the tawa.Transfer the bread slices gently on tawa and cook the bread slices lightly on one side, press it slightly with the help of spatula. When it is done from one side flip the bread to other side very carefully. Press it in between for with spatula for one minute. Flip the bread pizza again.

Step3- Take off the bread from tawa and shred grated cheese over it.

Step 4- Place vegetable paneer bread pizza on plate, cut them diagonally into triangular shape. Serve hot with sauce and chutney

Additional Remarks

1.You can shred grated cheese while bread slices are on pan.Cover the pan and cook for 2-4 minutes until cheese melts.

2.I prefer to use no spices as my kid does not prefer them but you may season pizza with oregano or chilli flakes.

3.I have used tomatoes, onion, capsicum. You can also add corns (boiled), peas, cabbage, red bell pepper, yellow bell pepper too.

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