In a bowl, take 1 cup of multigrain atta, add 1 tsp oil, salt and mix well. Add warm water and make a soft dough. Then grease your hands with a tsp of oil and knead the dough well. Let it rest for 15 minutes. Keep it covered.
Prepare pizza sauce at home or get it ready made. Check the recipe for homemade pizza sauce.
Discard the seeds and cut bell pepper into thin slices. Cut onion into thin slices. Cook sweet corn if it is not cooked and keep it ready.
In a bowl, mix together bell peppers (all colors), sweet corn, onion, grated cheese (use mozzarella or any local Indian cheese), dried oregano, chilli flakes or paprika and salt needed. Taste and adjust seasonings. Mix everything well.
Divide the dough into 4 equal parts. Make smooth balls.
Take a dough ball, flatten it, dust flour and roll it out gently into a circle (or roti) using a rolling pin to a diameter of approximately 7-8 inch. Roll another ball in the same way and keep it aside.
Spread pizza sauce all over one roti, leaving a small space around the corners.
Spread the required vegetable mixture on top of it. Top it with more grated cheese. You can also sprinkle more chilli flakes if you prefer it spicy.
Cover it with the other roti. Press it gently with your hand and seal the edges by pressing both the rotis together. Alternatively you can fold the corners and seal gently.
Heat a tawa, when it it is hot, gently place the pizza paratha.
Spread oil or ghee or butter all over and cook both sides on medium low heat until well cooked.
Remove from heat. With the help of a pizza cutter or knife, cut the pizza paratha into 4 pieces and enjoy!! Repeat the same process for the other pizza paratha.
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