Buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza

Buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza created by Shelby Jo

Recipe from The Traveling Chef, Christopher Mangless

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27mins
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  • In a sauté pan, over high heat cook chicken thoroughly, approximately 6 minutes. Allow to rest before cutting into ½ dice. Reserve.
  • Preheat oven to 425°F Top flatbread with blue cheese dressing. Add diced chicken, the top with blue cheese and mozzarella. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Cook flatbread on pizza stone for approximately 8 minutes until crust is crisp and cheese begins to melt.
  • Remove from oven, garnish with scallions and buffalo sauce.
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  1. rosslare
    Amazingly good and simple to make.
  2. MaddieLC
    Loved this. The flatbread is something new. Thanks for a tasty recipe.
  3. Shelby Jo
    Buffalo Chicken Flatbread Pizza Created by Shelby Jo
  4. Shelby Jo
    Fantastic! This is the perfect light lunch. I used ranch dressing instead of the blue cheese dressing, and left the blue cheese off and only used the mozzarella just for personal preference. I had some precooked chicken that made this simple recipe even easier. For the wrap I used Flat-Out wraps. I also used Cholula hot suace instead of Franks because we just think that it has the best flavor of all hot sauces. This is definitely a keeper!
  5. Shelby Jo
    Fantastic! This is the perfect light lunch. I used ranch dressing instead of the blue cheese dressing, and left the blue cheese off and only used the mozzarella just for personal preference. I had some precooked chicken that made this simple recipe even easier. For the wrap I used Flat-Out wraps. I also used Cholula hot suace instead of Franks because we just think that it has the best flavor of all hot sauces. This is definitely a keeper!
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