Pocket Pizza – Pocket Pizza with Ready Pizza Base
Pocket Pizza is an easy snack recipe made with readily available pizza base from the market and filled with your favorite veg or non-veg filling with mayonnaise and sauces.
These mesmerizing and heavenly pockets filled with precooked chicken, cheese, mayo and spicy sauces and then slightly baked in the oven will surely make you fall in love with them.
There are many different possibilities for the fillings. Make the filling that best suits your taste and loved by your family.
Light on the stomach and great for iftar, parties, gatherings or even children’s lunchbox. These pizzas will be a hit with everyone. These Pocket Pizzas are among my family’s favorite.
Ingredients of Pocket Pizza For Chicken Boneless Chicken - 500 gm (Cubed) Ginger Garlic Paste - 1 Tablespoon Red Chili Powder - 1 Teaspoon Tandoori Masala - 1 Teaspoon Yogurt - 2 Tablespoon Cumin Powder - 1 Teaspoon Salt - To Taste Vinegar - 1 Teaspoon Edible Oil - 1 Tablespoon For Filling Mayonnaise - 4 Tablespoon Greek Yogurt - 4 Tablespoon Garlic Cloves - 3 or 4 Pcs (Chopped) Tomato - 1 Pcs (julienne) Capsicum - 1 Pcs (julienne) Cucumber - 1 Pc (julienne) Pizza Base - 6 Pcs Steps for Pocket Pizza Step 1
Marinate chicken cubes with all ingredients and keep it aside for at least 30 minutes. Heat oil in a pan and add chicken to it and cook until chicken is perfectly done.
Instead of cooking, you can also grill it on skewers. The choice is yours. Don’t overcook, because the chicken might get dry.
Mix mayo, greek yogurt, and chopped garlic in a bowl. Now cut the pizza base into the half. With a knife, make a pocket in between. Cut the tomato, capsicum, and cucumber into strips (julienne).
Apply a generous amount of mayo mixture in the pocket pizza base. Add chicken and the veggies. Grill it and serve hot. Your lovely Pocket Pizza is ready.
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