Very good and easy to make.
This was very good. We will be making it again!
Pretty good, but I think next time I will use homemade salsa that isn't so tomato-saucy. Thanks for a goos idea!
This was very good! My crust was burned a little on the side, but other than that perfect!
Pretty good pizza...and easy too!
This is really good and I agree you can use less peppers and onions unless you really like your pizza pilled up, I also used a little lime in the meat and veggie cooking we will make this again
i made this a couple nights ago and it turned out perfect i used a crust recipe i found off of zaar and it made the best pizza my husband really liked it also the only thing was that there was almost enough of the fajita ingredients to almost make 2 pizzas thanks for the great recipe will be making it again.
Awesome! DS said "this is restaurant quality Mom", HUGE compliment Sharlene~W!! To save time, I did use a Boboli thin crust pizza shell and grilled chicken strips from Costco. I tossed the chicken strips with the spices of which I left out the garlic powder and added cumin. I added 2 cloves of minced garlic with the peppers and onion, added the seasoned chicken strips to the pan for a few minutes to warm through, and a squeeze of fresh limejuice over all. I baked the pizza on my grill pan in the oven for about 20 minuets. I know I will be making this over and over again, in fact I am salivating as I write this review. Recipe saved in my "5 Star Recipes" AND my "JT Food" Cookbooks. Thank you for a great recipe that is quick and easy to prepare and one that picky DS LOVES!
This was very delicious! I added some cumin and some 1 seeded and diced jalapeno. I'm still a beginner at making a crust so it turns out I had a hole in mine so when I poured the salsa it started to leak out of the pizza while I was cooking it =/. Half of the crust got soggy that way, but it was still really delicious. Thanks a lot! Edit: 7/23/06 - Remade this and fixed the crust problem by using chunky salsa. I also added some fresh garlic and cumin as another reviewed suggested. Thanks!