Friday, June 22, 2007

BBQ Chicken Pizza

Last week we had BBQ Chicken Sandwiches (click here for recipe -thanks Amanda!) and I had some of the shredded chicken left over, so last night we used it to make BBQ Chicken pizzas on the grill. Quite tasty! Here's what we did:

I used Rhode's Pizza dough. (It just thaws in the fridge all day.) When I was ready to use it, I cut it into thirds and rolled each third into a circle. I brushed each one with a little olive oil and grilled them for 4 or 5 minutes over low heat, just until partially cooked. (leave the lid down)

Then I brought the pizza crusts inside, topped them with bbq sauce (KC Masterpiece), some of the leftover chicken, sliced red onions and shredded mozzarella cheese. They were then returned to the grill again over low heat with the lid down. (I had to rotate them a few times because we have a couple of hot spots.) When the cheese was melted and the crust was golden brown on the bottom, We brought them in, topped them with fresh cilantro and chowed down.

Using the Rhode's Dough, this makes three 6-inch pizzas, which was more than the three of us could eat. If you cut the dough into fourths and served it with a green salad, it would make 4 perfect sized servings.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This picture looks like a dinner from a fancy restaurant! After Grandma/pa leave for their mission, we have a room open, maybe you guys could move in with us and I could get you to cook like that here. I think my kitchen doesn't know what to do. Nothing it cooks looks even close to that.