Ragi Millet Mini Pizza | How To Pizza without Oven And Yeast

Sure! this Ragi Millet Mini Pizza looks and tastes delicious and it indeed is. BUT! this is so much more than that. Apparently, these adorable mini pizzas are

  • made out of ragi millet.
  • gluten-free
  • made without using an oven
  • made without using yeast
  • homemade and healthy

Moreover, the most fascinating part of this Ragi Millet Mini Pizza is that it has a very simple and easy-to-follow recipe. As a whole, it takes less than half an hour to make from scratch. Therefore if you have family and friends who are pizza lovers, definitely give this healthier, gluten-free mini pizza a try. Trust me, kids and adults love it alike. And lastly, I’d like to point out that eating and promoting millets are so important for not only our health but for our farmers (read more about it here). Therefore, I created this recipe to participate in this awesome #pristinemilletchallenge organised by Pristine Organics wherein I’ll share some awesome millet recipes using their products just like today’s Ragi Millet Mini Pizza.

Additionally, If you like this Ragi Millet Mini Pizza, I am happy to let you know that I have many other amazing Italian recipes on my blog. Some of my favourites are Homemade Pizza Sauce, Spinach Pesto Pasta, Penne Arrabiata Pasta, Basil Pesto Spaghetti, Mushroom Aglio Olio Spaghetti Pasta and Homemade Garlic Bread. Also, if you make any of my recipes, I’d love to see your beautiful creations. So, please don’t forget to share and tag me in your post on Instagram.

Serves 5 people

Cooking time 25 minutes

Ragi Millet Mini Pizza Recipe


Ragi base


  • ½ cup homemade pizza sauce
  • 1 cup grated cheese
  • ¾ cup finely chopped mix veggies (I used capsicum, onion, tomatoes, boiled sweet corn)
  • 2 tbsp mix Italian dry herbs

Kitchen Tools Used

  • Mixing bowl
  • Flat pan or tawa


  1. To begin with, add ragi flour, oil, salt in a mixing bowl.
  2. Now, start kneading by adding a little bit of warm water and keep doing it for about 10-15 minute adding warm water periodically.
  3. When it is kneaded into a soft dough, pinch out small dough balls.
  4. Then, gently flatten it into a thick round mini pizza base.
  5. Please note that because the base is so small, you can flatten the dough balls using your hands. But, you can also take help of a rolling pin/belan. Make 10-15 very small holes in the base using a fork.
  6. Next, heat a flat pan/tawa on low flame. Cook the ragi base from both sides until it changes into a lighter colour and becomes stiffer/crispier on the surface. Having said that, please don’t let it burn.
  7. Then, put the ragi base off the heat on a plate. On the exposing surface of the base spread a generous amount of pizza sauce.
  8. Next, add grated cheese and on top of that add finely chopped mix veggies on top.
  9. Then, add more grated cheese on top.
  10. Finally, add them in the flat pan covering it with a lid or a bigger vessel to create a kind of insulation. Cook until the cheese has melted and veggies are semi-cooked. Serve hot.

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