Monsoon treat: Pizza sev puri

Preparation Time

15 to 20 minutes

Cooking Time

5 to 10 minutes




Monsoon treat: Pizza sev puri

The monsoons brings with it a craving for 'chai and samosa', 'vada pav', deep fried Punugulu or South Indian favourite Murukku depending on which region you're in. There's nothing quite like Indian fast food to hit the spot.

Chef Harpal Singh is set to change all that with a modern twist to street food treats; you don't miss the fun and at the same time surprise your taste buds. Here is the recipe of pizza sev puri.


1 cup tomato sauce

1/2 cup onion chopped

1 tbsp each assorted bell pepper

1 tsp red chilly flakes

1 tsp mixed herbs

1 tbsp coriander leaves chopped

4 tbsp butter

12 cocktail pizza base

1 cup cheese grated

1/2 cup green chutney

1 cup sev

Coriander sprig for garnishing

Salt to taste


In a bowl add tomato sauce, chopped onion, assorted bell peppers, chilly flakes and herbs. Mix it well.

Add chopped coriander leaves and salt. Keep it aside.

Heat a non-stick pan, add butter and lightly sauté pizza bases press them gently, cook until light brown.

Remove pizza base in plate spread salsa sauce on top, add chilly flakes, mixed herbs and cheese.

Heat butter on same pan and place base on it. Cover with lid and cook on low flame till the cheese melts.

Take out in serving plates add green chutney and sev on top of it.

Garnish with sprig of coriander leaves, sprinkle some chilly flakes and serve.

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