Make Veg Pizza in Microwave Convection Oven Recipe

Make pizza dough, pizza base and then bake pizza in Microwave Convection Oven at home easily with our tried and tested recipe. We use Onida Microwave Oven.

Written by Maahi Gupta
  By Maahi Gupta          Updated  11 Jan, 18


 vegEasy   हिंदी

We all love Pizza and being a vegetarian, Veg pizza in an obvious choice. I love to have as many vegetables as possible on top.

My personal favorite is green bell-pepper (called Capsicum in India) as it provides a lot of color and crunchiness to veggie pizza.

Normally, we buy the un-baked pizza base from market and then top it up with cheese and veggie's to bake. I have personally never liked the pizza base partially because of not been able to successfully bake it in a desired manner.

The reason could be anything from the quality of the base or something else. So, I decided to make the fresh base at home and try the taste. The final product was certainly much better, hygienic and crispier.

We make Pizza in Microwave convection Oven from scratch i.e. starting with Pizza dough. Here is the step by step recipe.
Please remember that you do need a convection mode in your Microwave for baking. A simple microwave is not sufficient to run through this recipe.

As far as brand is concerned, it does not matter. We use the Onida Microwave Convection Oven and we have seen our friends and relatives using IFB, Samsung and LG too. The process and recipe remains the same. You may have to refer your Microwave Oven's manual for turning the convection mode ON.

Note: The Microwave Oven AND Microwave Convection are same. You cannot bake in a Microwave without convection mode. Read more about baking in Microwave Oven.


76 min Prep
20 min Cook
Yield  1 Medium 9 Inch
Nutrition Facts
Make Veg Pizza in Microwave Convection Oven Recipe
Amount Per Serving (150g)
Calories 1361 Calories from Fat 558
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 62g 95%
Saturated Fat 19g 95%
Polyunsaturated Fat 8g
Monounsaturated Fat 33g
Cholesterol 54mg 18%
Sodium 2021mg 84%
Potassium 503mg 14%
Total Carbohydrates 157g 52%
Dietary Fiber 10g 40%
Sugars 25g
Protein 49g 98%
Vitamin A 41%
Vitamin C 204%
Calcium 78%
Iron 49%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.


Making Pizza Dough Prep Time – 6 minute

  • We have collected all ingredients for making Pizza Dough.
    Pizza ingredients for dough
    Pizza ingredients for dough 
  • Soak the Yeast in 30 ml of warm water. Mix it well to help it completely dissolve with water.
    Pizza – Soak the Yeast
    Pizza - Soak the Yeast 
  • Now sieve the All-Purpose-Flour (Maida) in a big bowl. Add Salt, Oil and Yeast mixture in the flour.
    Mix yeast with Maida
    Mix yeast with Maida 
  • For making a smooth dough, we need to add water gradually and keep kneading it continuously. It will take about 4-5 minutes of kneading to get a good smooth dough.
    Pizza – add water gradually to knead dough
    Pizza - add water gradually to knead dough 
  • Dough is now ready, lets move on to fermentation.

Fermentation of Dough Prep Time - 1 Hour

  • Take another bowl and add grease it with 1/2 Tbsp of Oil. Now add dough.
    Pizza dough ready for fermentation
    Pizza dough ready for fermentation 
  • Roll it over once to make sure that the dough ball is covered with the greased Oil completely.
  • Cover the lid of the bowl and keep it aside for 1 hour for fermentation under room temperature. You may have to keep it aside a bit longer if you are making in in winter season. The normal room temperature that we are talking about here is around 30° C (86° F).
    The rule of thumb is to increase the fermentation time proportionally if the temperature is below 30° C and reduce, if it is greater than 30°. The more hotter the place, the better it is for faster fermentation.
  • This does not mean that you keep it on burning stove to achieve the F1 speed.

Rolling the Pizza Base Prep Time - 8 minutes

  • After 1 hour, open the lid and you will see that the dough has doubled in volume. This means that fermentation (Called Khameer Uthna in Hindi) has happened.
    Fermented pizza dough
    Fermented pizza dough 
  • We are targeting to make a medium size (about 9 Inch diameter) Pizza with 1/2 inch thickness. So, roll it in round shape with the help of a rolling pin.
    Roll pizza flat bread
    Roll pizza flat bread 
  • Add 1/2 Tbsp of Oil in a baking dish and grease it completely. I assume that you already have round shaped baking dish.
    Place pizza flat bread in baking tray
    Place pizza flat bread in baking tray 
  • We are using a Microwave with a convection mode. As a matter of fact, the Microwave with convection mode are good for baking as well.
  • Once done rolling the Pizza, carefully place it into the greased baking dish.
  • Mark Small cuts on the Pizza surface using a knife. This will help cheese melt and reach the inner part of the Pizza bread.
    Mark cuts on pizza surface
    Mark cuts on pizza surface 
  • The stage is set and the only part remaining is the decoration of our Pizza with toppings.
    Pre Heat microwave convection for Baking
    Pre Heat microwave convection for Baking 
  • Before we start decorating, lets do some multi-tasking and put on the microwave on pre-heat to save time.
    Pre-heating is an important part of baking. It is done normally to bring the Microwave Oven to a pre-defined temperature even before we put anything to bake. This helps in getting the best results and bake the bread (any bread for the sake of understanding) at the right temperature throughout the baking time.
  • We want to pre-heat it on 200° C (392° F). Most of the Microwave/Oven come with a pre-defined options for doing this activity. Ours is no different. We are only required to specify the temperature and then just press the pre-heat button.
  • That's it and it beeps once it reaches the specified temperature. It takes about 5 minute to reach this temperature.

Decorating a Veg Pizza - Add toppings Prep Time - 2 minutes

  • You should now have the Pizza topping ingredients ready with you.
    Pizza ingredients for Toppings
    Pizza ingredients for Toppings 
  • This is not a difficult job at all. Anybody can do it with ease. The best part is that you just have to throw whatever you want on top of it and Pizza will never complain! Please note that there are two (2) ways of decorating the Pizza.
  • One is to place vegetables first and then top it up with Cheese.
  • Second is to place Cheese and then top it up with vegetables. Which one you choose is your choice. I personally like to go with the first option as it helps reduce the chances of veggies getting a burnt face (normally due to high temperature in the Oven).
  • We will now work on the best part of the Pizza making (one of my favorite) i.e. Pizza Decoration. Spread the Tomato sauce all over the pizza base except corners (as shown in the image) with the help of a spoon.
    Sauce spread all over pizza surface
    Sauce spread all over pizza surface 
  • Now, place the Tomato rings, Capsicum and Baby corn.
    Pizza toppings
    Pizza toppings 
  • Sprinkle a pinch of Salt (approx. 1/4 Tsp or to taste) all over the Pizza.
  • Grate the cheese all over the pizza.
    Add cheese on pizza
    Add cheese on pizza 
  • We are using Mozzarella; You can use any like Cheddar or Parmesan or a mix of all. I have tried the one at Domino's which is a mix of ALL (Mozzarella, Parmesan and Cheddar) and it tastes really good. It is up to you how much you want to eat just drop in the quantity as per your liking.
  • Pour 1/2 Tbsp of Oil all over the pizza topping. This is not recommended for the faint heart and the diet conscious super models. You can skip this step if you want.

Baking Pizza in Microwave Convection Oven Cook time - 20 minutes

  • By this time, your Microwave/Oven should have reached the pre-heat 200° C stage. Wear the Microwave/Oven safe gloves and dig in the pizza in a pre-heated microwave.
    Bake pizza microwave convection
    Bake pizza microwave convection 
  • Again, We are using our Microwave in convection mode (actually works like an oven).
  • You would need to check your Microwave-convection manual to know more about how to activate the convection mode.
  • Close the door of your Oven/Microwave and put it on 200° C (392° F) baking for 20 minutes.
  • After 20 minutes, Switch Off the Microwave/Oven and take out the Pizza. Remember to keep your Microwave safe gloves on. The hot Pizza is ready to serve.
    Pizza baked in microwave convection
    Pizza baked in microwave convection 
  • Look at the delicious Mozzarella cheese flowing all through the Pizza. We are just not able to control myself to grab a piece of this. What are you waiting for? Just wear your baking hat and give yourself a treat.
  • I hope that you will make it at home with fresh ingredients available at home. Keep watching and cooking.

 Storage and Serving Suggestions

  1. Pizza is served hot normally with Tomato Ketchup and Red Chili flakes (Dry Red chili crushed into small tiny pieces). You can also use Oregano seasoning to sprinkle on your piece of Pizza pie.
  2. You can refrigerate the Pizza for up-to 3-4 days and re-heat in an OVEN (or Microwave Oven) before serving again. You can also use standard Microwave for re-heating.
  3. Re-heating in standard microwave tends to soften the pizza base. So, we recommend that you should use a Microwave Oven, if you have it for re-heating. If you have no option other than standard microwave (no convection mode), then re-heat only for 1-2 minutes.
Would you like to accompany the Veggie pizza with molten lava cake just like the way you do it in Domino's?You can also try making a quick desi Indian style hack of a Pizza with no Oven required for baking!

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   65 Useful Questions & Answers from comments

  1. Unmesh
    Unmesh 18 Dec, 17 at 5:43 pm

    Thanks for sharing mouth watering recipe, Some h& heat doesnt circulate all around. So i given height of 4″ to pan by placing wire stand which came along with my Samsung microwave. It creates heat circulation properly & pizaa cooked in middle too.

  2. Veen
    Veen 30 Nov, 17 at 3:13 pm

    I followed ur recipe exactly. But when i baked the pizza the middle part was very raw and not cooked. This is my second try. What should i do ?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 30 Nov, 17 at 3:19 pm

      Did you poke the pizza base with knife equally all around including the center part?
      and second thing to check is that your device is running in ‘Microwave convection’ mode all the time during pizza baking.

      If you are using Oven, then second point can be ignored.

      • Veen
        Veen 5 Dec, 17 at 1:08 pm

        Yes i did poke the pizza base throughout. And i used convection mode too. Should i bake the pizza base alone separately before adding the toppings ?

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 5 Dec, 17 at 1:18 pm

          Then, you did everything right.
          Its not required to bake the pizza base separately. But, in your case, it might help to try and half bake the pizza base before adding toppings.

  3. Priyanka
    Priyanka 1 Apr, 17 at 3:19 pm

    This is by far the best blog I have come across. Very detailed with images and the video. Great going guys. I’m​ going my pizza turns out to be equally good!

    • Priyanka
      Priyanka 1 Apr, 17 at 3:20 pm

      *I’m hoping my pizza turns out to be equally good!

      • Anil Gupta
        Anil Gupta 1 Apr, 17 at 3:46 pm

        It sure will. Do let us know if you face any issue and we will be glad to help.

  4. Sathish Hs
    Sathish Hs 22 Feb, 17 at 9:06 am

    We have Baja 1706 in that how could I prepare pizza in low,medium,high ,and timings

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 22 Feb, 17 at 2:41 pm

      High should be used.

  5. Sathish Hs
    Sathish Hs 22 Feb, 17 at 9:04 am

    At what level we should bake pizza either low,medium,high.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 22 Feb, 17 at 2:41 pm

      Use High.

  6. avirup
    avirup 7 Nov, 16 at 11:30 am

    Hi !!
    i have a Godrej GMX20CA5MLZ 20ltr convection microwave oven. and i’m new at this baking the problem is that i can’t find the pre heat button (i dont know how to pre-heat). can you help me with this?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 14 Nov, 16 at 3:51 pm

      You should check your device manual. There may or may not be a dedicated pre-heat button.

    • Jagan Mangat
      Jagan Mangat 18 Apr, 17 at 8:25 am

      Replying to 5 months old comment but anyways.
      Press the grill/combination or convection button,it will display the temp(choose the appropriate temp,keep on pressing the button until you reach the desires temp,acc to the post,you need 200°c). Turn the circular knob clockwise to select the time required to heat and press start(press the same knob once).

      • Anil Gupta
        Anil Gupta 20 Apr, 17 at 3:44 pm

        Thanks Jagan. We appreciate your help.

  7. Anil Gupta
    Anil Gupta 1 Nov, 16 at 2:41 pm

    Wow..thats a good replacement. We are glad you liked it.

  8. Asha Bhatia
    Asha Bhatia 12 Oct, 16 at 4:08 pm

    One of the best pizza recipies i have ever read. I will surely try this recipie. Just wanted to know one thing. Usually whenever i make pizza, i place my pizza on the turn table (given along with the microwave). Can i place the pizza directly on the glass plate?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 12 Oct, 16 at 4:11 pm

      Hi Asha,
      Yes, you can keep it on glass plate (turntable).

  9. Sourav Biswas
    Sourav Biswas 3 Sep, 16 at 8:38 am

    which mode i used only convection mode or convection & microvoen mode?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 3 Sep, 16 at 11:20 am

      You can either convection only or micro+ convection mode.
      We have used convection only mode in above recipe.

      As per the device manufacturers, micro+convection mode is faster and better for baking.

  10. Kumar
    Kumar 23 Jul, 16 at 2:58 pm


    Tried the recipe and I really loved it..Great recipe. However, I noticed that the bottom came out a little soft and soggy. Is there any way I can make it a bit crispy?? What am I missing here. Any help to point me in the right direction is appreciated.

    Thanks in advance and thumbs up for your great recipe.. You made my day.!! 🙂

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 23 Jul, 16 at 9:13 pm

      Thanks Kumar for liking the recipe.
      You probably need to cook a little longer for the base to get crispy. It highly depends on the device’s capabilities sometimes.
      If you want, you can add a little bit of Oil at the bottom to let the dough use it for getting a bit of crispness.

      Let me know if this helps.

  11. Harjeet singh
    Harjeet singh 2 Jul, 16 at 2:00 pm

    I hv been through many sites and videos bt urs is one of the best explanation. Moreover by reading step by step it becomes more interesting. I hv convection micro bt never used (bit scared) bt now i make pizza tomorrow it self. Thnx and b blessed.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 2 Jul, 16 at 3:19 pm

      Thanks Harjeet for the recipe feedback. We appreciate and are glad that you liked it.

  12. malathi palla
    malathi palla 29 Apr, 16 at 3:22 pm

    HI Anil,

    I have Murphy Richards 30CGR Covection Microwave oven. It has Micro+Grill, Micro+convection and Grill+convection modes. There is no mode called convection. I am struggling to find out what is used for what.
    The user manual specifies how to use eac mode but what each mode is used for.

    Can you please suggest which mode should i use for making pizza?

    Many thanks in advance.


    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 29 Apr, 16 at 3:32 pm

      There is a CONVECTION Mode mentioned on Page 9 of the manual that you have shared.
      Use this mode to bake Pizza with our recipe.

      Let us know if you need more information.

      • malathi palla
        malathi palla 30 Apr, 16 at 7:35 am

        Thanks for a very quick reply. The manual mentions about convection mode but there is no such option available. May be they made the manual as a copy paste of some other model.
        Please look at page 7, those are the buttons/modes available. So i am puzzled 🙁

        Any help in this regard will be highly appreciated.

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 30 Apr, 16 at 1:20 pm

          Don’t worry. You can use the MICRO.+CONVECTION mode then. Use the recipe as mentioned above. No changes are needed.
          It is almost same as convection mode but with a slight better performance than only convection.

          We have explained the difference between only convection and micro + convection mode here:

          Let us know if this answers your question.

          • malathi palla
            malathi palla 3 May, 16 at 2:12 pm

            Thank you very much. I will try that 🙂

  13. Jaya Rai
    Jaya Rai 26 Sep, 15 at 1:34 pm

    Thanks a lot Anil…… I too think so……. Again I will make with another one and let you know….. I love the way you all describe the process……

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 26 Sep, 15 at 1:59 pm

      You are welcome.
      Let us know if you need more information.

      • Jaya Rai
        Jaya Rai 26 Sep, 15 at 4:55 pm

        Sure…. Thanks once again…

  14. Jaya Rai
    Jaya Rai 26 Sep, 15 at 10:15 am

    Hello….. I made the pizza in the same way as it was shown… but my pizza was not fluffy… even my dough too was not fluffy…. I used dry active yeast and it was not expired…. though I kept the yeast in warm water before using it…. Can you please give me suggestions…

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 26 Sep, 15 at 12:44 pm

      Hi Jaya,
      Did you keep the dough for fermentation for 1 hour? If yes, and it still did not fluff, then there is something wrong with the yeast.
      It should ferment and fluff as it is a natural process.

      The pizza (at the time of baking) would fluff better if the dough was fermented.

  15. Syeda Fa Kazim
    Syeda Fa Kazim 20 Aug, 15 at 5:36 pm

    helo i have dawlance DW-115C-HZ microwave oven.
    it have all baking option. i have its book. in which they have told ready bread and garnished and baked.
    but if i want to make my own fresh bread.
    how much temperature i need and also how much time?

    • Syeda Fa Kazim
      Syeda Fa Kazim 20 Aug, 15 at 5:37 pm

      and also on which option? covection?

      • Anil Gupta
        Anil Gupta 20 Aug, 15 at 5:43 pm

        Yes, for baking, you have to use convection mode. Simple Microwave mode would not bake the bread.

        You can read more about microwave Convection here (we have tried to answer most common queries):

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 20 Aug, 15 at 5:41 pm

      Hi Syeda,
      Here is the recipe for baking bread:

      It has honey, which you can opt out, if you do not want it.

      • Syeda Fa Kazim
        Syeda Fa Kazim 20 Aug, 15 at 6:11 pm

        thank u so much. kindly tell me one more thing
        if i ready my pizza dough then garnished it and thn i preheat my oven on 200c on convection mode thn after beep.on which i should bake my fresh pizza as u did?

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 20 Aug, 15 at 6:27 pm

          You should put the pizza for baking after the pre-heat time i.e. you hear the beep.
          Most of the Microwave convection device these days have the option of pre-heating. When they are done pre-heating, they normally sound a beep to tell you that pre-heat has been done.

          if you have this feature, use it. else, just pre-heat for 5 minutes at desired temperature.

          While the pre-heating is going on, the microwave convection should be empty.

          This concept is same as you would pre-heat the ‘tawa’ before putting up chapati (roti) on it.

          Let me know if you need more information.

  16. Sanket Jain
    Sanket Jain 16 Aug, 15 at 3:53 pm

    I buy base from the market, and bake in OTG at about 100 for 10-12 minutes.
    Isn’t 200* very high temperature ?

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 16 Aug, 15 at 4:59 pm

      You can certainly bake at 100 degree. As per our experiments with fresh pizza base, 200 degree has yielded good results.

      Don’t worry, 200 degree won’t burn the pizza.

  17. Anurag Anand
    Anurag Anand 2 Jul, 15 at 4:32 am

    At 200 degrees and 20 minutes i got a completely burnt and charred pizza. I have an IFB convection.

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 2 Jul, 15 at 1:59 pm

      Hi Anurag,
      I am sorry to hear that.

      The baking process and time to bake depends on lot of factors. If your Pizza has burned, you should reduce the time to bake to 16 minutes or so.
      As i always say, every device is different and their individual capacities differ with respect to their volume and age of device.

      Also, the timelines provided in the recipe are the ones which we have tested in our Microwave Convection device.

      Let us know if you need more information.

      • Anurag Anand
        Anurag Anand 2 Jul, 15 at 2:17 pm

        Hi Anil. Thanks for replying. I have baked pizzas in my microwave earlier but haven’t done so for the past 4 years. I had kinda forgotten how much time it takes. So I quickly googled for information and bumped into your site. No problems with the burnt pizza. There’s always a next time. Guess I used a pizza stand which brings the pizza closer to the convection source. I think, in my case, 6 minutes should be good enough, with the stand of course.

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 2 Jul, 15 at 2:22 pm

          Yes Anurag,
          Everybody knows their device better than others and that comes with experience.

          I can see that you really have that sense of timing and I think you will be able to bake it the best next time.

          Thanks a lot for sharing your experience with us. We appreciate your time and effort.

          It would certainly help others.

  18. Ashish Kumar Jha
    Ashish Kumar Jha 12 Dec, 14 at 6:55 pm

    hi mam .. i tried this pizza in my samsung convection mode .. and cooked for 20 min plus 2 mins grill .. but still the inner portion was wet and not crunchy .. even though it was cooked properly … i think this is due to sausage used .. so plz help .. and can we make it like they serve in dominos etc.. plz help..

    • Anil Gupta
      Anil Gupta 12 Dec, 14 at 7:54 pm

      Hi Ashish,
      I think the problem could be the utencil or the pan that you used to bake the Pizza. It is too thick or is made of glass at the center?
      As per our experience, if you use too thick utencil or glass based pan, it tends to keep the heat away from the center i.e. the amount of heat required to bake the center and lower portion of Pizza, does not reach there due to thickness.

      Also, as you have already mentioned, it could also be the sausage. You are saying that inner portion was wet, so I think the Sausage quantity could have been more than actually required.

      I would suggest to just try with lesser quantity of sausage and some other pan with less thick base. The one we have used in the above recipe is basically for baking cakes. Its thickness is about 1/4 centimeter.

      And off-course, you can make Pizza just like Dominoz…The one we have in the pictures was pretty similar to Dominoz…..
      As a matter of fact, Maahi also is a big fan of Dominos Pizza…

      • Jayanth Kumar A K
        Jayanth Kumar A K 7 Apr, 15 at 10:42 am

        Where are sausages used in this recipe again?

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 30 Apr, 15 at 1:27 pm

          Sorry for a delayed response. The nested comments are some times difficult to track.

          Coming to your question, you can add any sausages of your choice while decorating the pizza. We have primarily just used tomato ketchup in this recipe. Some people add Marinara Sauce or others as per their taste.

      • Smita
        Smita 20 Jul, 15 at 11:23 am

        After rolling out pizza bake it for 10 min.then remove it and add toppings and cheese over it.then again bake for 10 more min.this will prevent ur pizza base getting soggy.

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 20 Jul, 15 at 1:27 pm

          Thanks Smita for the tip.

  19. siddka
    siddka 14 Sep, 14 at 6:47 pm

    hi maahi, i have convectional mode oven, can i use any baking dish while backing or i have to or glass dish as we use for warming food?

    • Maahi
      Maahi 17 Sep, 14 at 5:08 pm

      Hi Siddka,

      First of all sorry for the late reply and thanks for watching us.

      By saying Convection mode Oven you mean Microwave which has convection mode?

      There are two things which we need to consider while baking:
      – In Oven
      Dish should be Oven safe as well as Baking safe.

      – In Microwave with convection
      Dish should be Microwave safe as well as baking safe.

      Oven and microwave baking dishes material is different. You can use stainless steel while baking in Oven but steel does not go with Microwave convection.

      So please be careful while choosing a dish for baking. If you are going to buy any baking dish then look for microwave safe and baking safe label on the dish.

      Hope this information is useful for you.
      Thanks again

  20. Coolkrishna78
    Coolkrishna78 16 Jun, 11 at 7:19 am

    tooo gud i’ll try thanku so much    :kd

    • Maahi
      Maahi 16 Jun, 11 at 1:07 pm

      Thanks a lot

      • Preetha
        Preetha 13 Jun, 16 at 2:33 pm

        Hi Ji,

        In oven i used microwave with convention mode & done as per your describe but my base is so hard to bite but toppings was came out well…please give me a tip to rectify this….note:even I tired with ready base as well but i faced the same issue..

        • Anil Gupta
          Anil Gupta 13 Jun, 16 at 2:50 pm

          There could be various reasons:
          1. The Pizza dough is a bit hard (i mean the kneading dough is too thick). Try to make it a bit softer by adding just a little more oil or water.
          2. The microwave is pushing more heat at the bottom. Does the bottom gets burnt (more on the black side?) or it is over-cooked and that’s the reason it feels hard?
          In this case, what tray is it inside the microwave? Is it made of glass? Are you keeping it directly on the glass turntable inside the microwave? if yes, then try using a microwave safe plate (to keep the pizza) and then keep it on Glass turntable. That way, the heat at the bottom would be divided.

          Let me know if you need more information.

          • Preetha
            Preetha 13 Jun, 16 at 3:54 pm

            Thank u so much Anil for your reply,pizza bottom portion is not burned black it was white in color,only the top portion cooked very soft, I used thin steel pizza plate given by oven company,as u said let me

            try by transferring to glass plat

          • Anil Gupta
            Anil Gupta 13 Jun, 16 at 5:25 pm

            Sure, let me know if it works. If possible, do share the picture and we will try to help you.

          • Preetha
            Preetha 16 Jun, 16 at 9:07 am

            Hi Anil,

            Pizza came out very well thanks for ur comments also I used above friends comments as well ,once pre heat is done i made some scratch at the back portion & greased with butter & placed in oven for 5min(conventional mode) then usual method done on top came out very soft & yummy,the below pic is my pizza outcome..

          • Anil Gupta
            Anil Gupta 16 Jun, 16 at 1:25 pm

            That’s really awesome. Thanks for sharing the pictures.