Indian Pizza

Hi Friends!

As promised, I have a new recipe for you. Indian Pizza.

Basically, it’s awesome. For the crust, I used my favorite Trader Joe’s frozen naan. For the sauce, I used some leftover Curried Sweet Potato Soup. For the recipe I tried to give you quantities to make a much smaller amount of soup! For the toppings, I used curried roasted vegetables, lentils, shrimp and goat cheese. Sound good?

Serves 2

Indian Pizza

Take your dinner on an exotic vacation with this super simple Indian pizza recipe.

25Prep Time

5Cook Time

30Total Time

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Indian Pizza


For the Pizza
2 pieces of naan
1/2 c curried sweet potato sauce
1/2 c lentils, cooked
2 cups vegetables, diced (cauliflower, peppers, onion)
8-10 medium shrimp, cooked and chopped
goat cheese, crumbled
For the Sauce
1 sweet potato, roughly chopped
3/4 c vegetable broth
1-2 tsp grated fresh ginger
1-2 tsp curry powder
1/2 c chopped leeks


  1. For the Sauce
  2. Add a little EVOO to a pan and saute leeks over medium heat until soft.
  3. Add the chopped sweet potato, broth and spices and bring to a boil.
  4. Reduce heat and simmer until sweet potatoes are tender.
  5. Transfer mixture to a blender or use an immersion blender and blend until smooth.
  6. Add more broth if necessary to thin out the sauce and adjust spices to taste.
  7. For the Pizza
  8. Toss vegetables lightly in EVOO and season with curry powder. Roast at 400 degrees until desired tenderness is reached. Remove from oven.
  9. If using frozen naan, cook at 400 degrees for 5-6 minutes to heat through. Remove from oven.
  10. Spread sauce onto naan pieces.
  11. Top with lentils.
  12. Add roasted vegetables and chopped shrimp.
  13. Top with crumbles of goat cheese.
  14. Bake for 6-8 minuts until heated through.


So, what do you think? Are your tastebuds up for an adventure?

PS. If you’re a meat eater, tandoori chicken would be AWESOME on this instead of shrimp.
Click here to see how I used to make my tandoori chicken.

Β Let’s chat: Do you like Indian food? What’s your favorite thing to order?


About Lindsay

Lindsay Livingston is a Registered Dietitian and new mom from Columbus, Ohio. On her blog, she shares simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, workouts and snapshots of her life. Follow her on Twitter @LeanGrnBeanBlog and Instagram @TheLeanGreenBean and be sure to subscribe via RSS or email so you never miss a post!


  1. I seriously SERIOUSLY might go to the store this afternoon and get the ingredients for this. Indian pizza sounds RIGHT up my alley. Okay, actually.. Anything with curry is my weakness in life! πŸ˜‰

    Pinning because there is seriously a 99.5% chance I’m going to attempt making this for dinner. I think my family would love it. Well, maybe not my dad… but I’ll make him a personal normal pizza πŸ˜‰
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  2. Yum! I love Indian foods. I’ve been making a similar sweet potato “sauce” but never thought to use leeks. Great flavor pairing – will have to try this out!
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  3. It sounds wonderful, and with just a couple changes it can be vegan. I love Indian food!
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  4. I love naan… so fluffy and delish. Nice idea to make it into a pizza.

  5. I have never had Trader Joe’s NAAN period and I think it is a great idea to use it to make pizzas! Thank you for sharing! I can’t wait to try this new ingredient!

  6. You ALWAYS have the most creative recipes!! Love this girl! Have a great day :-)
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  7. Im not a fan of Indian food….usually :-)
    the husband? BIG FAN.
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  8. I have a love/hate relationship with Indian food. I love Indian Spice and will incorporate them into my cooking at home but the only time I’ve ever loved Indian food was leftover and when I was intoxicated :)
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  9. This is such a great idea!! Looks delicious :)

  10. LOVE naan. This could get dangerous REALLY quickly for me. Oh my…spread this with some hummus for hummus pizza and I’m in love.

  11. I was so curious about this recipe! I’ve actually only gone out for Indian food once but I did love it!! I love all the spicy vegetables!
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  12. When we finally go to the grocery store this month (when I get back this weekend), I’m getting stuff to make this. Mark and I always make 2 separate pizzas, but I think we could go with one with this one. :)
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  13. Normally I am plain and simple with my pizza, tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, olive oil and that’s that, but this looks to die for!
    Indian is my favorite ethnic cuisine. There is no end to the different flavors, spices, and dishes to try. I have always wanted to make pizza with naan, looks like it’s now’s the time, thanks for the recipe!
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  14. I’m Indian, so….yes. :-) This looks good.
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  15. Omg yum!!!! I’ve never had naan, not sure why!?
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  16. I absolutely love Indian Cuisine!

    Have you ever tried Chat Masala? Sooooo incredibly tasty!
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  17. OMG, I’m on a serious Indian food kick. Love this recipe. recently posted..5 Tips for New Bloggers

  18. Hands down…naan is the BEST!

  19. Coming to your blog from Best Body Bootcamp…the pizza looks amazing! I might just have to try it with your chicken recipe! :)
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  20. Oh goodness. I need to make this! I love that you used that curry soup for the sauce!! Now I need to find naan asap! Indian is one of my favorite cuisines of all time!
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  21. Oh my gosh, Lindsay! This look INCREDIBLE! I already pinned it! Trader Joe’s naan is the best, but wow, I can’t wait to make that sauce! πŸ˜€

    I like Indian food, but I’m a bit of a wimp when it comes to spice so I actually prefer to make my dishes at home.
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  22. yum! this looks amazing!
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  23. I’m not a big Indian food fan, love spice and spicy but don’t really care for curry, buttt I can’t refuse pizza πŸ˜›

    I need to make a TJ’s run and wanna try the naan- how do you defrost it?!
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  24. Great idea! I still need to make the sweet potato soup, but I bet the flavor combination here is amazing!
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  25. Lindsay, How awesome I love this idea.
    I also love trader joe’s Naan can’t wait to try this pizza!

  26. wow this pizza looks so good. I’m sure it taste nothing like regular pizza and would play tricks on your mind! (:
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  27. Hi Lindsay! Wow! That looks DELICIOUS!!! I’m going to have to try it!
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  28. OMG INDIAN FOOD! I love it haha I haven’t had it in forever but honestly I just love my food so….
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  29. wow, how fabulous! :) love the flavors.
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  30. I love Indian food! And those Trader Joe’s naan–what a creative way to use them, I love this! And sweet potatoes. And curry. Definitely keep this in mind for those nights I was something with lots of flavor–but don’t want to spend a lot of time cooking πŸ˜€ Plus I’m hopeless at making real pizza crust, so I love any “cheater” version. Naan is definitely a “must-order” if I get Indian food–as is Chana Palak. Great sauce with lots of spinach and chickpeas. And now I really want to get Indian takeout on my way home for dinner ;D

  31. I LOVE Indian food in general but especially naan bread! The TJ’s one is SO GOOD. This looks delicious!
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