Thursday, March 01, 2012

BBQ Chicken Pizza

I know I've written about this recipe before, but I can't find it in my history. I'm sure I labeled it wrong and titled it something obscure and not the obvious title of BBQ Chicken Pizza. I know I posted it before May of 2009 because someone left a comment about trying and liking it. So without further ado, I give you BBQ Chicken Pizza. Again. 


bbq chicken pizza






Get your hands on some cooked chicken, shred it, then add your favorite BBQ sauce to it. You don't want it swimming in sauce - just enough to coat. We use Sweet Baby Ray's around here. 


Slice a red onion into half circles and saute them with red hot pepper flakes until soft. 


Then you'll need a pizza crust (I usually go for Boboli), cilantro, more BBQ sauce, and cheese. I use a mixture of Italian cheeses, basically, whatever is in the fridge, and just a bit of cheddar on top. 


Spread a few tablespoons of BBQ sauce onto your pizza crust. This is your sauce. Add as much or as little as you'd like. Sprinkle the shredded chicken, onions, cheeses, and cilantro on top. Don't forget the cilantro. It makes it. Follow the baking directions on the packaging of your pizza crust.  


Because it's likely you'll have leftovers of all 4 components I suggest making BBQ chicken quesadillas the following day. Follow the same steps but sandwich everything between tortillas, smoosh together and heat in a skillet. You'll be glad you did. 


There you have it.
bbq chicken pizza
A recipe that I may or may not have gotten from my sister
   

3 Responses to “BBQ Chicken Pizza”

  1. Anonymous8:31 AM

    looks really good...i'm in with just the chicken and cheese!

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  2. tasha roe7:28 PM

    is this the Rachel Ray recipe? it sounds similar to the one we make all the time. and you are correct! delish!! shredded provel on top! divine!

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  3. No, not that I'm aware of. It's pretty basic - so I'm sure there's a ton of similar ones out there.

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