Are you hungry?
Do you wonder how they make such yummy pizzas in Pizza Hut?
Do you want to try making the same yummy pizzas at home?
Do you think I am awesome?

If the answers to the above questions are in the affirmative, kindly read Pizza hut's secret recipe to making fluffy yummy mouthwatering pizzas.

Since this is cooking for Engineers, we will follow no measurements. As in, you wont hear me saying add 1 tablespoon of this or 2 teaspoon of that. Tablespoon and teaspoon is such a firangi concept. We will make use of desi concepts like - ek muthi bhar namak lijiye and stuff [Note: ek muthi bhar namak is not recommended unless you are cooking for an army and a half.]. Okay that was a joke, no recipe is complete without a little firangigiri.

If men are reading this, let me tell you that cooking can be quite a turn-on for women. If you are an engineer and dont have women around(which in all probability you dont) then refrain from cooking this meal, else you'll end up turning-on your room-mates.

For girls reading this, I know what you are thinking - He's funny, he's hot and he even cooks! Can I add him on orkut? Can I get his number? Where does he stay?
I say, all those questions will be answered, but first, let us deal with the recipe.

Dough:
4 cups flour(maida)
1 cup warm water.
dry yeast(half pack will do that is around 1 tablespoon)
2 tablespoons oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar

Put yeast, sugar, salt in a large bowl. Add water and stir to mix well. Allow to sit for two minutes. Add oil and stir again.

Add flour and stir until dough forms, make sure the dough is not too sticky. Knead like the dough is your boss. Throw in a few punches for good measure. After you are done, cover the bowl with a plate and keep it around some warm place (usually around the gas stove or near Salma Hayek, if she's around.)

Watch TV till the dough rises. After 15 minutes, return to the kitchen. Take out a ball of dough. and make it a perfect round with your hands. Take the microwave pan and pat some dry flour on it, so that the dough ball doesnt stick on it. Now make a thin circular base using your hands. Part one done. Pat yourself on the back. Enough. Now let us move on to the toppings.


Toppings:
Mozzarella cheese
Tomato sauce
Onion
Capsicum
Tomato
Mushroom

Pour generous amounts of tomato sauce and spread it evenly. [Actually PH guys make that sauce in-house, but we are lazy guys, so we will outsource it]. Spread finely shredded Mozzarella cheese all over the base. Now choose your toppings - I am a vegetarian, so I use fine cut capsicum, onion, tomato and mushroom. Place everything on the base. Take a lot of cheese and spread it evenly on the toppings. Remember that sticky threads of cheese they show on Tv? This is how they make it. Pour some olive oil(or any other oil, we are not that fussy, you see!). Once done, pat yourself on back again. Part two done. You are the king of the world! Get down the Titanic now. Let us proceed to the simplest and the most interesting part, interesting because you can go sit watch TV for most of it


Baking-
Pre set the oven(on convection) at 240 deg Celsius. Put in the pan, set the timer to 9 minutes. Go watch TV. Come back after 9 minutes, remove the pan, careful! Its hot! Transfer the contents to a plate, cut into 6 slices, or cut into 4 slices if you think 6 slices is too much.
Part 3 done! Congratulations! The pizza is mouth wateringly yours. Dont forget to share the pizza with the people around you.



Courtesy: Me. Pardon the messy presentation, it tastes heavenly.


[Note 1: If you are sharing the pizza with your family members, friends, girlfriends, dont make the same mistake that I made, do NOT charge them, else you will end up with a black eye.
Note 2: Under no circumstances do you ask your sister/mother/girlfriend to clean up the mess in the kitchen. Else you will end up with two black eyes.]
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24 letters to the editor:

    On June 8, 2009 at 1:47 PM     
    deep said...

    it looks yummy..did YOU really made that? [:o]

    On June 8, 2009 at 5:19 PM     
    Chriz said...

    man i should try this.. i will add the foto sometime soon:)

    good bro

    On June 8, 2009 at 7:14 PM     
    Nupur said...

    Are you gonna be free after say 3 years or something?? Could you please come along with me to my sasural as the chef I'd get in dahej?!? Please!??!

    hey arshat
    another very funny but informative post. i will remember the salma hayek part.
    i can add some more info.i knw another easy way if you want to eat pizza. just have to use your fingers.
    if you are geeky order online. else mobile will do. :P
    but seriously, you have a flair for writing.

    On June 8, 2009 at 7:56 PM     
    Thoorika said...

    I hav a doubt! You ended up with 2 black eyes or one?! :D

    On June 8, 2009 at 8:08 PM     
    Aanchal said...

    tht looks nice..looks like preparations in full swing fr hostel life huh?

    On June 8, 2009 at 8:26 PM     
    Harish said...

    Hmm...someone I know is apparently teaching u all this in secret :P
    Not bad if u indeed cooked that...next time I am planning to save a few notes at nirmal lifestyles

    On June 8, 2009 at 9:02 PM     
    Shanu said...

    Wow tat was yummy..a boon for a non cooker like me(sounds like pressure cooker!!)

    Will try ur recipe and let u know the results!

    On June 8, 2009 at 10:09 PM     
    Sam said...

    Are you on Orkut? Can I have your number? LOLzz... Where did you flick the pic and the recipe rom?

    On June 9, 2009 at 1:06 AM     
    AnjuGandhi said...

    Thanx for the Recipe. one thing is sure u can get a job of a chef any time u want, or u can start writing for some book in their cooking corner .

    yes.
    no.
    no.
    NO.
    (answers to qns in the beginning)

    you didnt answer the questions-"are you in orkut?may i have your number?"

    i dint read the recipe. i dont cook. i can't cook. i won't cook.

    On June 9, 2009 at 10:44 PM     
    s4n705h said...

    Thanks for the base recipe. I also used the same formulea for making pizza but the base were out sourced. now that problem is also solved. :)

    Soon a post on my pizza :)

    how cum u got cooking idea all of a sudden?
    were u tied up in kitchen or something like that..

    bt ya gud recipe!

    ok now i cant believe u actually "successfully" baked a pizza...like from scratch...
    whoaaaa...
    m sure ur girlfriend must be going crazy over it...

    Good one yaar... That pizza looks great. And suddenly I am hungry!!!

    Btw, for people like me, who suffer from extreme cookslexia (cooking dyslexia, I've posted about it) would you please post a step by step instruction guide on how to chop tomatoes and other vegetables? :-)

    Good one, mate! . Salma Hayek would make a great oven ;-)

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    On June 14, 2009 at 6:00 AM     
    DPhatsez said...

    I tried your recipe and I got stuck at the Salma Hayek bit.
    Pizza ke alaava aur bahut saari cheezein warm hua!

    Cooking mission aborted.
    Drool mission success!

    Interesting! Am gonna try this :D



    Salam ..

    That was a good read..lol.

    Keep it up..

    On June 15, 2009 at 4:46 PM     
    Bullshee said...

    This looks good!

    I wanna make it, but then I've been doing Pizza Hut so many times in the past few weeks, my heart just isn't in it!!

    What else have you got up your sleeve?

    On June 22, 2009 at 12:23 AM     
    gkam said...

    yes i did read all of that! :D

    hey, first time here on ur blog

    funny post!

    i like.........pizza yum :)

    keep cooking. er...blogging.

    On June 22, 2009 at 6:54 PM     
    Nikita said...

    It is far easier if you make pizz on ready-made fresh dough. But of course, homemade dough is far better.
    Oh so you are funny, you are hot and you even cook!! Aha... then you are one of your kind on this planet :)

    On June 28, 2009 at 10:39 AM     
    Reema said...

    wow! I love pizza and this looks so delicious. thanks for the recipe.

    I usually visit pizza hut for food, Pizza Hut restaurants are the best place for Italian cuisine