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Mini Pizza Bites - Bite-Sized Delight


Mini Pizza Bites are savory, bite-sized treats that capture the essence of a classic pizza in every mouthful. Enjoy pizza flavors in a convenient, snackable form.

What is This Recipe?

Mini Pizza Bites are a fun and flavorful snack that combines the essence of pizza with the convenience of bite-sized portions. They feature a medley of pizza toppings nestled on bite-sized pieces of crust, perfect for satisfying pizza cravings on the go.

  

Quick and Easy Recipe of Mini Pizza Bites:

Our quick and easy Mini Pizza Bites recipe simplifies the pizza-making process. It's a hassle-free way to enjoy the deliciousness of pizza without the need for a whole pie. Perfect for snacking or serving at parties!

 

How to make Mini Pizza Bites

  1. Let's start by making the batter for the bites. For this mix together the egg, rice flour, flour, baking powder and water. Add salt to this mixture and keep aside.
  2. Now let's prepare the filling, for this mix together the chopped vegetables together in a bowl. Add the grated cheese and seasonings to them and mix well.
  3. Now let's cook. For this heat the Meyer cast iron appam pan and oil all the indents well.
  4. Start by adding 1 tablespoon of the egg mix in each of the indents followed by ½ tbsp of the filling. Then pour the extra mix on top of each indent until fully covered.
  5. Allow the mini pizza bites to cook for 7-8 minutes on each side before flipping or turning them
  6. Serve them with your choice of sauces and enjoy.

 

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Expert Tips

  1. Make sure to not over stuff the bites or else they might break or not turn properly.
  2. Cook the bites over medium low heat to allow them to cook from the inside as well.
  3. You can customize the veggies and fillings to your liking.

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