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This was given 12 thumbs up during pizza night at a recent group reunion. Thanks!
Terrific recipe for our pizza night. I try to make pizzas on Friday or Saturday nights and like to try different recipes for variety. I used the Classico brand Sun-Dried Tomato Alfredo sauce and added about 4 garlic cloves to it. I also used the Basic Pizza Dough recipe by Karen. It made the house smell wonderful! Than
This pizza was delicious!! My family always orders garlic chicken pizza when we take-out pizza. I have always wanted to try making it at home but never got around to it. When I saw this recipe, I decided it was time that I tried it, and I'm glad that I did. I did make a few changes to suit our tastes, but it was mainly with the toppings. I used Bertolli's garlic alfredo to which I added 4 cloves of garlic (we really like our pizza garlicky). Also, when I sauteed the chicken, I added 4 cloves of garlic; black pepper; and some dried Ranch dressing mix to give it some extra flavor. My toppings were: chopped tomatoes; diced red bell pepper; green onions; sliced mushrooms and pepperoni. I used regular pizza pans and made one 15" and one 12" pizza. My family devoured this and gave it two big thumbs up. Thank you for sharing this recipe...it is definitely a keeper!!
Perfect weeknight meal, easy, quick with LOTS of possibilites yet looks pretty enough to be served to company. Great opportunity for moms to 'sneak' or 'hide' some veggies! hint hint- mushrooms, spinach, green pepper- the possibilities are only as limited as your imagination- fresh basil or rosemary would compliment this dish really well. I used Pillsbury Pizza Dough- the canned kind in the frig section-next time I WILL try it with Homegirls dough as listed- no time this time- sorry- fresh tomatoes and green onion as directed. On 1/3 of the pizza I added a layer of fresh baby spinach- yum! Be sure to seed the tomatoes- getting rid of as much liquid as possible or it will make your dough soggy- I love tomatoes on pizza and learned that one the hard way. Next time I will slice the tomatoes instead of chop- faster and i think will look really pretty. The chicken could have used more seasoning- next time i will season it with something before sauteeing- this would be great with leftover chicken too- making it even faster. Perfect amount of garlic- we love garlic! I have never purchased jarred alfredo- bought Ragu garlic alfredo /sale+ coupon but still not worth it- DO use a good sauce as this MAKES the pizza- next time i will use a better one- i also suggest adding the parm cheese to the sauce rather than the top- adding flavor to the sauce. Great recipe Homegirl! I just LOVE recipes (and chefs!) that allow me to unleash my inner creative genius for good instead of evil- lol lol lol- I thoroughly enjoyed this recipe and went to bed dreaming of all the different things i could add to this yummy dish! This recipe is going straight into my KEEPERS cookbook! Thanks so much Homegirl!
Very good pizza. Much like the Great White at BJ's brewery. It's very versatile. You can use whatever toppings suit you. I added about a teaspoon of dry Italian seasoning, sliced mushrooms, and large dice onion to mine. If you use bread dough, you have the option of spreading the dough thinly on a cookie sheet for a thin crust pizza or use a shallow roasting pan for a thicker crust pizza. We went the deep dish pizza route. I sprinkled a little corn meal on the bottom of the pan prior to precooking the pizza dough. My family loved it. Thanks so much for sharing!
Excellent recipe and far superior to takeout. My husband called me a pizza snob. I said, "PIZZA SNOB! Am not!" HE: Are too! ME: Am not! HE: Are too! I love mature debates.
Everyone loved this recipe! thanks!!!
I just love chicken garlic pizza, and this one is just terrific! I did increase the garlic in the sauce and used Podapo's pizza dough recipe, but stayed with the recipe for the rest. Great flavor, easy to put together and this one will be kept to be made over and over again! Thank you Homegirl! :)