- Heat a Tawa with oil or butter to sauté the veggies before you prepare the pizza base. Once the oil is heated, add onions and bell peppers to the Tawa and sauté them for two minutes to get rid of the vegetables’ raw taste.
- Remove the vegetables from the heat as you place the dosa pan on the stove.
- Grease the pan either with butter or oil before you pour in two spoons of dosa batter. Slightly spread the batter equally on all sides to get a uniform circular shape.
- Drizzle a bit more oil before you cover it with a top. Allow the batter to cook at a low flame.
- Once you find the batter cooked from the top, spread the pasta sauce, sprinkle the chopped onions, bell peppers, and sweet corn.
- Bring-out the Italian chef in you as you spread a generous amount of cheese on top of a hot dosa.
- Cover it again, and cook for about a minute until the cheese turns all gooey.
- Carefully remove the dosa from the Tawa to a plate.
- Lastly, add the red chili flakes and oregano before you cut the dosa pizza into slices.
As colorful as it was to write these steps, it is more amusing to eat this colorful dish. The hotness of chili flakes, the flavors of oregano spices, the mushy and crunch of peppers, and the tenderness of sweet corn with the tanginess of batter and pasta sauce will leave you in a trance of happiness and total satisfaction of devouring a tasty dish, which is also healthy.