Hi! friends ,as navratri ,chaturthi or many festivals is there;some of our foodie friends may be fasting n tired of same old fast recepies; so dis one is 4 them,by d way even though if u r not fasting ,give a try............:)Farali means a dish made specially for fasting.

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  • Yields: two medium size pizza
  • For pizza base-
  • 100 gm Amranath flour (rajgeera atta)
  • 50 gm Chestnut Flour (singhada atta)
  • 50 gm buck wheat flour (kuttu atta)
  • 50 gm white butter(chilled)
  • 1tsp dry yeast
  • 1tsp sugar
  • 100ml warm milk
  • Rock salt (senda namak )as per taste
  • For topping-
  • 100gm boiled n grated potato
  • 200 gm grated cottage cheese (paneer)
  • 100 gm finely chopped mix bell pepper
  • 50 gm finely chopped tomatoes
  • Rock salt (senda namak) as per taste
  • red chilli flake
  • 5-6 basil leaves
  • For pizza sauce-
  • 1/2 cup thick boiled tomato puree
  • 2tsp sugar
  • 2tbs lemon juice
  • 2tbs red chilli flakes
  • 1/2 tsp pepper powder
  • Rock salt (senda namak) as per taste

For pizza base-
In a bowl mix milk,sugar n yeast;cover n keep aside for 10 minutes.In another big bowl sieve the flours and crumble butter and make dough using that milk with yeast.


Cover and keep it for 1/2 an hrs.And roll into 1/2 inch thick pizza base,and bake for 5 minutes.Cool the base and apply sauce and sprinkle chopped veggies and spices.Sprinkle grated paneer and keep basil leaves over it


Drop little white butter over it n bake in a preheated oven for 10 min @ 180oC
Serve Hotttttttttttttttttttttttttttt ......hot PiZZa and make your Fast a Yummmmy one.....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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my wish to try something tasty , attractive and healthy,during one of my fast :d

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By Sonu on Dec 25, 2020

Hi, I tried making your farali pizza. I would just like to make a few suggestions. First of all, 10 minutes cooking time is not nearly enough. The pizza was soft, raw, and undercooked. Secondly, I would suggest baking the pizza base on its own first for at least 15 minutes, then taking it out, letting it cool, and adding the sauce, cheese, and toppings, then baking for another 10 minutes. Also, the oven temperature you gave was too low.The oven should be pre-heated and the pizza cooked at 215 C. When I tried the pizza with these few tweaks, it made a huge difference. Best wishes!

By Anjali Rughani on Aug 7, 2014

Hi. Is this recipe possible without kutu flour

By Sangeeta on Sep 9, 2011

thx Harini:)

By Harini on Aug 8, 2011

wow this is amazing!!!!!! Never imagined fasting cud be made so interesting!!!!!!!!