Saturday, August 9, 2008

A Recipe to Share.......

Dearest Readers,

Thank you for your interest in my BBQ Chicken Pizza Recipe.  It is a family favorite and is very simple to make. Please keep in mind that I just make this by "sight" and don't really use a recipe!

This recipe makes one large pizza:

Dough for 1 pizza or your favorite refrigerated pizza crust (1 tube)

3 cups shredded, cooked, chicken (or meat of your choice)

2 1/2 cups BBQ sauce (you may wish to add more to the pizza)

2 cups Cheddar or smoked Gouda (this is especially nice) cheese

1/2 cup red onion, diced

Any other veggies that you would like to add


Preheat oven to 425

Mix together the chicken and BBQ sauce, (you could do this ahead of time, I think it enhances the flavor) set aside.

Spray cookie sheet or pizza pan with non-stick cooking spray, arrange dough on sheet by pressing and forming a rim around the edges.

Bake just the crust by itself for 8 minutes, remove from oven.

Your crust is partially baked, now add the chicken and the BBQ sauce, add more sauce if it seems too dry (sometimes it seems that the chicken will absorb more and sometimes less).

Now add the cheese....mmmmm

Top with the diced onion and any other veggies

Bake for 8 to 10 minutes or until crust is golden and cheese is melted

Call everyone to dinner!

Forgive me for not including a picture....I forgot to take one the other day!

Yours kindredly,



Familyof3 said...

Thank you for the recipe. It sounds so good.

Karen S.

gabbie427 said...

This sounds so good and so easy. I will definately have to try it soon!!! Thanks for sharing.

God's Blessings,

Amy Jo

Anonymous said...

Oh thank you! Sounds easy and yummy and a fairly quick clean up. Three thumbs up!! Can't wait to try it.

Blessings always, Sabre

Anonymous said...

Dear Shan,

Thank you for sharing your yummy pizza recipe!

Hope you are having a wonderful August at your

Honey Hill Farm.



Anonymous said...


This sounds delicious! Thank you for sharing it with us.

Have a blessed day!


Raquel at Kitchen Mysteries said...

Shan, thanks so much for this recipe! We love BBQ pulled pork, and this will give me something to do with the leftovers. Smoked gouda would be especially good, I am thinking. Much love - Raquel XO