Cabbage Pizza

Cabbage Pizza

Cabbage Pizza

Cabbage Pizza is a nice twist to traditional pizza with touch of Indian spices. Makes 2 medium pizzas.
5 from 1 vote
Course Main Course
Cuisine Fusion, Indian
Servings 2 Medium Pizza


for the Dough:

  • 2 ¾ cup All Purpose flour Plain flour or Maida
  • 1 cup lukewarm water
  • 1 Tbsp dry active yeast
  • 3 Tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ½ tsp sugar

for the White Sauce:

  • 2 Tbsp olive oil
  • 2 ½ Tbsp All Purpose flour Plain flour or Maida
  • ¾ cup milk
  • 1 tsp salt
  • ½ tsp black pepper

for Cabbage Topping:

  • 3 cup sliced cabbage
  • ½ thinly sliced red bell pepper
  • 2 Tbsp chopped cilantro Green coriander
  • 2 chopped green chilies


Making the Dough:

  • Dissolve yeast in lukewarm water and let it sit for about 20 minutes or until the yeast becomes frothy.
  • Add sugar, salt and oil to the flour and mix well.
  • Add the yeast water and make into a dough. The dough should be soft and a little sticky. Add more water if needed.
  • Cover the dough and let it sit for about four hours. The dough should be double in volume.
  • Knead the dough well using a little dry flour.

Making White Sauce:

  • Heat the oil in a small heavy saucepan over low-medium heat.
  • Add the flour and cook until the flour changes into a light brown color.
  • Slowly add the milk, stirring constantly. Continue cooking slowly until it is smooth and thick. Add the salt and black pepper.
  • Making Cabbage Topping:
  • Mix the cabbage, bell pepper, cilantro, and green chilies with the white sauce.

Making the Pizza:

  • Pre-heat the oven to 500 degrees, placing a pizza stone inside for about 30 minutes so the pizza stone will be hot.
  • Divide the dough in to two equal parts and roll into two 8 inch diameter pizzas.
  • Place over greased cookie sheets. Put about a half teaspoon of olive oil over the pizza. Evenly spread the cabbage mixture onto the pizza.
  • Slide the cookie sheet on the pizza stone and let it cook for about five minutes.
  • To make a crispy pizza crust, remove the pizza from the cookie sheet and place over the pizza stone.
  • Let it cook for about 7 minutes, or until the edges are golden-brown.
Keyword Cabbage, Cheeseless, Flour, Fusion, Maida, Pizza
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107 thoughts on “Cabbage Pizza

  1. Hi Mam,

    I used to prepare your dishes…i tried few of yours…..I want to try cabbage pizza…but i dont have the pizza stone…. shall i use the the stone which is used to prepare dosa and chappathi…Please advise me……

  2. Hello auntiji,

    Thank you very much for all your recipes. Both my husband and my son don’t like onion. So your recipes are all a gift to me. Once again thank you very much. Also the way you present is so tempting that we feel like trying it immediately.



  4. Hello manjula aunti,
    Thanks for that lovely recipes i have tried rasgulla ,chumchum,cookies french fries and a lot more …… and they all were amazing..
    just tell me one thing that for making cabbage pizza can we use cookie sheet or we have to use that pizza stone if we can then also tell me the tempreature and timing for making pizza
    thanks a lot…………………………………..

  5. i always make pizza with this husband, my daughter and me love this very i never buy pizza from store.thanks aunty. you are great .

  6. hello aunty!!!!! can u pls tell me any substitute for yeast ??????coz yeast is not available here[where i live]…..pls pls pls reply fast….thankss

  7. Namastey Manjula Aunty,

    Hope you are doing great!! I have been following your site from past one year and always thought of dropping a note of thanks to you, but i had always fall short of words… But today i could not resist. Just wanted to say a BIG thanks to you.. You are really stupendously great cook. I have learned so much from you and listening to you it always feel as if i am listening to my Mumma. I too don t eat onion and garlic.. so i enjoy using your tips and steps of preparing food. Thank you so much for everything. Simply love you!!!

    Ankita Sharma

  8. I have been trying your recepies since 8-10 days now like rasgullas chum chum, baklava, palak paneer etc..just wanted to thank you for your delicious recepies..I just made vegetable pizza after seeing your receipe and thanks to you it was the yummiest pizza I have ever eaten…I added cottage cheese in your ingradients for toppings. Thanks a lot..

  9. Sounds lovely! I just came back from mexico last year and find myself addicted to these incredible enchilada recipes now!! Must go back next year sometime, I suppose, and this time head off the beaten path a little. Looking to reading more!

  10. Made this pizza and while it was good, lacked a little something something. Recalling the Japanese Okinomyaki pizza, which interestingly also has a good bit of cabbage in it as well, I decided what was missing was a bit of flavor drizzled on top. Having just made pav vada’s, I had tamarind chutney, peanut chutney, and cilantro sauce leftover, so of course decided to try just a bit of each on top. YUMMY! So very good. My daughter used the cilantro chutney with cream cheese spread as a sauce on her pizza and loved that, too. Thanks for an awesome recipe that is good and also can be adapted in so many ways. 🙂

  11. love your pizza was the first one i ever tried, wondering whether the smell of yeast would overpower me as it had once before when i had a disasterous encounter with homemade bread.
    This was marvelous!! I added my own toppings, including cheese cause I just love it. I also did not bother rolling out the dough. Instead, I put a sheet of baking parchment over the cookie sheet and with well oiled hands, simply patted the dough into a nice round shape. After adding the toppings i just lifted the paper and put it over the hot baking stone. This way makes clean up a snap and the pizza holds its perfect shape!! Do try it!!

  12. Oh Manjula Aunty…Manjula Aunty….
    You made me an instant good cook…
    With your unselfishness, you share your passion
    Now my husband and daughet are eating well….
    Manjula Aunty…Manjula Aunty….thank you to you

  13. Hi Manjula Aunty! Thank you very much for the cabbage pizza! I just had it for lunch. I have been struggling to cook vegetarian dishes since I decided to raise my daughter up as a vegan. My daughter usually wouldnt like my vegan dishes I cooked. But the cabbage pizza was superb! She ate it by herself! No need for me to spend so much time convincing her to eat! Thank you so much Aunty. My husband even loved it. I cant wait to cook other recipes of yours….When my 2 year old daughter was eating your cabbage pizza…she said…” yummy…yummy..yummy” while eating and ” emmm….yummy…emmm…” then she said in chinese “haw che” means delicious……..!!!hahaha…… you Aunty

  14. Hi aunty,
    i tried this recipie and amazing…. my husband and kids love it.
    nw i am used to make for my kids friends and relatives. they also loved it.
    thanks a lot for ur recipies. i tried half of ur recipies and they are supurb.

    hello….i m writting this down to say u thank u…for making pizza so ez even for a novice like me…i dont knw whether u will even read this post or still felt like to express ma gratitude!!

    and for others, just follow the recipe she wrote , use commonsense and go wild…dnt think i am nt serious…i have been cooking for 3mnths only since moved to usa…

    didnt have the pizza stone, didnt have even BELON-PIRI!!!what not i have tried on..tuna,chicken ,beef…everytime the same wonderful result…my husband loves it…i love it…wonderful fresh dinner!aunty i love you….

  16. Hi everything went well with my pizza preparation – expect the bread. The bread inside was not properly cooked. So can you please let me know what might have gone wrong.

  17. Aunty,
    Today I made pizza. I had a very hard time transfering my pizza with loads of topping. I covered the baking tray with aluminium foil thinking that it would work like cookie sheet.I had done it before,it came very well.But today every thing collapsed and turned messy into the hot stone. The toppings splashed on the sides of the oven and got charred. My smoke detecter was beeping endless. My goodness.It was horrible.
    Please tell me what do u mean by cookie sheet and where do u get it. I am wondering why nobody asked this.

    1. Hi Krithika,
      Last month I was visiting my family in India and they did not have oven and wanted to try cabbage pizza. First I cooked cabbage toping in a pan still keeping the vegetables little crisp. Next using pizza dough I made a thick roti over the tawa on medium heat. Next put the topping over dough and then toasted in toaster oven. Worked great,

  18. hi
    very good recipe ,i want to try this one…the only thing where can i get pizza that i can make nan and pizza.thank u for ur nice and easy recipes
    take care

  19. HI AUNTY

  20. Hello Aunty.
    I had seen many of your recepies and try them also….your recepies r too good and very easy to make…the best part is vidoe of all recepie….
    I would like to know if I dont have pizza stone then wht can i use instead of that or making pizzas n nan?…

    1. You can use a good quality, heavy cookie sheet. Don’t use the cheap thin ones.

      Cover the top with aluminum foil for cooking so you have easier clean up.

  21. Hi Manjula Auntie,
    I cooked pizza last week. It came up really good but It was not cooked from inside. the edges are brown and cooked good from out side. Do you think we should let cook crust (Roti) for like 7 minute and then flip the roti and put cabbage mixture on it and cook it again so pizzza can cook fully

  22. hi aunty,
    i love all r recipes..i hav tried so many of them..
    plz let me know where could i get pizza stone…
    should we use only that for doin pizza or else could i do in
    my baking pan..

  23. Dear Manjula Auntie,

    I love all your recipes , as I do not eat onion and garlic these recipes are so easy to fpllow … thanks a lot for all your effort.

    will appreciate if you post few more recipes in fusion. here( In US) people like indo-western food like enchiladas, wrap, salsa dip, pasta , falafel-pita and what not. I know loads of ready made items are available in market, but people like us who dont eat onion and garlic , its very difficult for them to find and make.

    once again thanks for all your effort and will look forward your new recipes


      1. Hi
        I made the pizza, it is really good. my husband and my son they liked the pizza.
        thanks for your freat recipie.

    1. The pizza stone has not been allowed to heat up enough if your dough is not cooking well on it. You need to wait about 30 minutes AFTER the oven (with the pizza stone already in it) has come up to full temperature before cooking the pizza.

  24. Hello Aunty…I just love your recepies specially because you cookthem without onion and garilc…and I am a pure jain…

    I had a small question in the pizza recepi, could you let me know any substitute for dry yeast…

  25. hello aunty,
    i like cooking and your recipes help me alot,THANKS. I learn jalebi, laddoo, gulab jamun, masala are great mam. I like rasgulla very much but not the spongi one ,i like those are less spongi can you help me in cooking such type of rasgullas .

  26. Hello Manjula Aunty,

    I am your great fan. I have tried most of your recipes…..and they have turned out awesome. Thanks for sharing all the mouthwatering recipes. I have a question. In the cabbage pizza recipe you have used pizza stone, but I
    have no pizza stone. So, how could I make pizza at home? Is there any alternative?

    Thanks again

  27. hello aunty u r so gogious, first time i watched ur PIZZA recipe, it looks yummy…..
    i also wants to make it but i hv no pizza stone which u hv shown us. so what to do? aunty i also wanted to learn eggless cake recipe. one thing i also want to say in hindi,” aap k hathoo mai JAADU hai JAADU…………|

  28. Hello Aunty,

    Oh my my, you have the best recepies always.
    my kids also knows that how much i make your recepies and they also enjoy watching you making.
    i would like to have eggless cake and khandvi recipie if you can help me.


  29. Hi, Aunty i have seen ur Recepies they r very good.After seeing ur videos i think that ur Marwari .If ur Marwari can u tell
    some recepies about Marwari dishes.Thanks

  30. hai aunty…
    iam ramya…i like ur dishes very much. i tried..rasagulla,besan ladoo,paneer dishes…they very nice…thanx for posting correct measurements ..and i want to translate..akanksha telugu…..she wrote that ..her daughter and son likes pizza and biscuits very much..and they asking to do another time…and she saying thanx to u…..

  31. Hi Manjula Aunty,
    How r u aunty. (Read Telugu) Naaku English vachu kaani maatladataaniki raadu hindi also i understand. ok aunty naaku 2 children baabu,paapa Pizza chesaanu chaala baaga nachindi malli malli cheyamantunnaaru. next biscuits kooda try chesaanu chaala baaga vachayi aunty thanks for lot aunty thank u so much
    bye aunty

  32. Hello Manjula,
    Thank you for your generosity. I am interested in your version of more “hot” or
    “cold” cabbage recipes. I will be growing cabbage this summer because it is a healthy
    vegetable, but I need help to prepare it so it tastes good. Thank you again,

  33. Hello Aunty,
    I had tried your many recipies & it works great. My family really enjoy them.
    I am requesting for eggless cake recipie. I want to learn it from you.


  34. hello aunty jee
    i just wanted to know that when you are sopposed to cover the dough and leave it. is it better to place it in a dark place or not?
    thank you and by the way you are great at cooking! 🙂

  35. Am Somali, but always loved Indian food. I want to thank you soooooo much for making these recipes as easy as possible. Now I have the great Indian taste in my house. I LOVE YOU.

  36. I am willing to try all recipes Manjula 🙂
    You are wonderful and such an inspiration for cooking 🙂
    All looks great.
    Thank you very much for being here!


  37. Hello Aunty,
    If we get the ready pizza base from outside.
    Then do we need to saute cabbage first or just put the raw cabbage on pizza base and keep it oven.
    Thanks in advance.

  38. Hi Manjulaji,
    Thank you for creating such a good website for us who live far from they home. basically i am from India and now i live in Canberra (Australia) along with my husband. what i wanna ask you is i don’t have a pizza stone? so can you please suggest me the alternative for this.
    thank you
    Asha Jain

  39. Hello!I do not have a oven or a microwave or any other electrical appliances that can bake.I can get the base from shops but can please tell me to do the rest in a cooker or in stove?

  40. We are college students and we want to try this recepies. We think that recepies shown here are really good for students like us, who don’t have enough time to cook.
    Thank you for sharing!!

  41. hi manjula ji,
    there is always some difference what u tell while cooking and what is given in recipe. which should we consider . i m so confused.
    like while making white sauce u took 1 tblsp of olive oil, 1 tblsp of flour
    but ur recipe says different

  42. hi manjula didi,
    we have tried few of your receipes and they all are amazing,i was wondering if u know the recipe of NAMKEEN LADOOS?i think they r made of daal moong and served with chutney .also if u can tell us how to make pani poori(gol gappa).thanks alot and will look for those recipes.
    u r really amazing

  43. Hello Manjula ji,

    Its a good receipe sure i will try this. I want to know what is that pizza stone can you keep any granite stone or where can I find that type of stone.

  44. Hi manjula,
    i love ur recipes videos, it becomes easy for me to try your recipes just by watching. i also like them because they are all vegetarian 🙂
    everytime i search for any recipe, i search for ur videos first.You are doing a great job,its of great help for all the amature cooks like me 🙂

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