Gobi Aloo Broccoli Pizza - Spicy Cauliflower Potatoes on Wheat semolina crust. Vegan recipe

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Look what I found sitting in my pictures from October. This fun Pizza! For the crust, I used the Wheat semolina crust from the Jalapeno Popper deep dish, and since I was posting different crusts with each Pizza post in October( 18 different crusts and 18 different Pizzas), I kept this to post at the end of the month.
I finally got around to editing the pictures:)
With the herbs and evoo on the cauliflower and potatoes, they get nicely roasted and crisp and feel like Tikkas.

Gobi Aloo Broccoli Pizza - Spicy Cauliflower Potatoes on Wheat semolina crust

My yoga therapy every other week on Wednesday keeps me out of the kitchen most of the day Thursday. I get so sore and my balance is totally unpredictable. Along with the muscle core training, my eyes and ears also get a workout, hence upsetting the balance.
And its December already tomorrow, that means so may more get togethers and so much more cooking. Its getting more and more stressful to attend omni get togethers. I end up stressing out about my food. I made some Tiramisu today and it needs a bit of work to get the texture of the cheese layer. It tastes amazing though :)



If you missed the Pizza mania in October, you can find them all here.




A recent Hindi movie I really loved was Barfi. If you have netflix, you can watch it here. It is a really sweet story of a deaf and mute boy.

Steps:
The recipe is as simple as
- Make Gobhi Aloo or use leftovers(This pizza came about because I wanted to freshen up the leftover gobi aloo subji) 



- Prep the dough
- Make marinara sauce
- Chop up some veggies like Broccoli( bell peppers, carrots, peas would work too)
- Roll out dough, top with sauce, cauli potatoes, veggies, a drizzle of evoo, dried herbs



- Bake for 14 minutes at 400 degrees F. Broil for half a minute.
- Slice and serve



Gobi Aloo Broccoli Pizza - Spicy Cauliflower Potatoes on Wheat semolina crust
Allergy Information: Dairy, egg, soy, corn, nut free

Ingredients:
1 recipe Wheat Semolina crust
1 recipe sundried tomato marinara or regular marinara
1 recipe Gobi Aloo(Cauliflower and potatoes with indian spices, minus the peas)
Broccoli florets or other chopped veggies(blanched for a few minutes in boiling water or raw)
Dried herbs(I used dried basil and parsley)

Method:

Take the dough after the first rise and roll it out into a 1/4 inch thick round/oval.
Top the dough with marinara sauce.
Distribute the Gobi Aloo and veggies on top.
Drizzle a little extra virgin olive oil(optional)
Sprinkle dried herbs of choice liberally.
(Top with non dairy cheese if desired)
Bake in preheated 400 degrees F for 14 minutes.
Broil on Lo for half a minute.
Take out, let cool for half a minute.
Top with chopped cilantro(optional)
Slice and serve.



This Pizza is being shared at Rickis Wellness Weekend, Healthy Vegan Fridays





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  3. The crust looks amazing! And yes, cannot believe it is already December. Doesn't feel like it.

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    1. Just one more month in 2012! have a great holiday season Mihl!

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  4. look at you posting more pizza recipes! i think i love when you use very nontraditional toppings, like the ethiopian or indian food. this pizza looks out of the world.

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    1. I like the non traidtional Pizzas too. the other usual ones are available from the vegan pizzeria nearby, but i still make better pizzas than the over cheesy delivery ones ;)

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  5. so yummy combination of vegetable so nice
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  7. What a unique and delicious looking pizza! My boyfriend and I are huge aloo gobi fans, and broccoli is always a welcome addition. I'll have to try this out for out next pizza night!

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    1. you definitely should:) Let me know when you do!

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  8. Yay more pizza! I will never tire of your pizza recipes! I love that this one uses leftovers :). And you can never go wrong with curried cauliflower!

    You know what? I would love to see your take on a dessert pizza! Will you accept this challenge?

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    1. ahhh.. maybe after december. i will be cooking way too much next week onwards to have any time to click pictures:)

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  9. oooh i could definitely go for a slice of that right about now! looks incredible!

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  10. You seriously have the best pizza ideas--this looks amazing!

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  13. I'm here from Vegansaurus, and I just wanted to say that all of the pizzas in this post look incredible! The Hallowe'en ghost pizza is just too cute. I have actually never made pizza, but I have semolina and tinned tomatoes in the cupboard - I think that's dinner tonight decided. :)

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  14. Yum, this just made me really hungry!

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  15. Proof positive that you can put anything on a pizza, and with such wild success! That's truly a talent, Richa; I wish I had the vision to even imagine creating such a unique pairing.

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  16. What a delicious idea! I love it! I can't wait to hear more about your tiramisu. It sounds fabulous!

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  17. I am looking forward to trying this!

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  18. I love that you made this without vegan cheese. We don't always need cheese on our pizzas for them to be good! Holy cow, I saw like 5 removed comments above. Is someone bullying you? Email me their deets and I'll go berserk on them!

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  19. I'm telling you, my friend: Pizzeria. You'll rake in millions. ;-)

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