(Pardon the poor picture quality. Will take a more appetizing picture the next time I make it!)
2 tubes of store bought pizza crust/dough
1 14oz jar of Pizza Sauce
1 lb boneless chicken
Salt and Pepper
5 table spoons of BBQ or hot sauce (I use the Texas Pete Fiery Sweet Wing Sauce)
1 small onion, diced
1 pack of mushrooms (optional), sliced
2 cups of mozzarella cheese
1 pack of blue cheese (optional)
1 pinch of crushed red pepper (optional)
1 teaspoon italian seasoning
Preheat oven to the temperature suggested on the pizza crust directions.
Pour the jar of pizza sauce into a small bowl and add 1-2 table spoons of bbq or hot sauce, stir to mix.
Season the chicken with salt and pepper, and cook in a pan with some oil until cooked through. Then dice up the chicken while still hot and place in a bowl. Pour more of the bbq or hot sauce (about 3 table spoons) over the chicken and toss until every piece of chicken is covered in sauce.
Then open the pizza crusts and roll them out onto greased pans and press them out to the desired thickness. (If your oven can not fit both pizzas at the same time, just do one at a time).
Spoon half the pizza sauce mixture onto one pizza and the other half on the other. Spread out with your spoon. Sprinkle some italian seasoning on top of the sauce.
Then sprinkle a handful of mozzarella cheese over each of the pizzas. Put half the chicken on one pizza and half on the other, sprinkle onions and mushrooms over each of the pizzas, crumble blue cheese on each of the pizzas, and then another handful of mozzarella cheese on top of each pizza to finish.
Bake according to the pizza crust directions.
5 thoughts on “Krista’s BBQ / Hot Wing Pizza”
So, even though I gained 5 pounds just looking at this, it will definitely be part of the weekend food line-up. I am your newest follower and will be back for more deliciousness. I don't have recipes or useful things like that on my blog, but please stop by for a visit anyway. :)A Little Lucidity: justlucy78.blogspot.com
Thanks for the comment! Let me know how it turned out once you have tried it. The 5 pounds are worth it 🙂
(Old post, sorry, was checking all your recipes haha!)This looks soo nice. I definitely need to try that once!I followed you and I just started a blog, it's dutch. But you could use translate of course. Following me would mean alot! http://likearolemodel.blogspot.com
Thanks for reminding me to remake this a take a better picture! haha. Will check out and translate your blog 🙂
Did you ever give this pizza a try?