Thursday, March 08, 2007

TIFFIN BOX PIZZA.....

THESE ARE THE BABY PIZZA'S THAT I MAKE FOR MY SON'S TIFFIN BOX.

I usually make the topping at home i.e with lots and lots of tomato, onions and capsicum.
The rest is the same, to make it more interesting i make some designs on them.

4 comments:

Asha said...

YUMMY!! Checker board designs!!

HAREKRISHNAJI said...

2 years back my wife had put up food stall in the society where we live in Pune on Bazzar Day and she sold around 150 mini pizza's in a day. She used Moziralla cheesse. But our calculation went off and we ended up with minus profit. She sold mini pizza for just rs.5.00

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