Recipe by jen53207
"This is an easy to make, spicy Thai-inspired pizza."
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1 (12 inch)
pre-baked pizza crust
1 (7 ounce) jar
cooked skinless, boneless chicken breast halves, cut into strips
shredded Italian cheese blend
green onions, chopped
fresh bean sprouts
chopped roasted peanuts
My boyfriend and I loved it! I made it like the recipe asked, except I only used an 1/8 cup of Peanut butter and i added Cilantro with the green onions and chicken. I think the Cilantro made ALL the difference. Sas very good and will definitely make again!
We still make this all the time - just wanted to add that we've also used crunchy chow mein noodles as a topping when we didn't have all the ingredients and it's great that way too! Cook up the chicken in sesame seed oil and garlic, sprinkle some toasted sesame seeds on it instead of peanuts and it's really awesome that way, too!
This wasn't my favorite dish. I really liked the appearance and the concept, but I think the soy sauce was too strong for my taste.
Ok. My Husband was a little leary when I said I was trying this recipe, but while I was mixing up the sauce, he said it smelled pretty good. I had 2 chicken breast that I had already been marinated in roasted garlic, I have to say that my husband and my 13 year old son and myself LOVED this pizza! I also cut back on the P.B. and it was awsome! p.s I used Boboli crust. thanks for the recipe, its a keeper!
I used the suggestions of others and cut the peanut butter in half and cooked the chicken with soy sauce and lime, added mushrooms to the pizza. I used thai peanut sauce that was "mildly spicy" - it was very good! You definitely need the bean sprouts and carrots on top. I will be making this again.
This was YUM! And tasted just like the frozen California Kitchen Thai Chicken Pizza that I can't find in stores anymore. I took the other reviewers advice and used less peanut butter and used sliced, breaded chicken tenders. VERY GOOD!
Great pizza--I use Jay's Crust from this site, reduce the peanut butter just a bit, and saute the chicken in soy sauce, red pepper, garlic, pineapple juice, and a bit of kosher salt. I also add red bell pepper and pineapple chunks. This recipe feeds us for a couple of days, and it's every bit as good cold the next morning. Yum!
Wow, this is really good and simple to make! And, it is quite filling after just one slice! Make sure you use everything the recipe calls for, including the shredded carrots and bean sprouts!
I thought this was good but "needed" something. My daughter loved it. I also used less peanut butter (as other reviewers suggested) and cooked the chicken in soy and garlic. I bought a refrigerated pizza crust, cooked it until lightly browned and then immediately spread the peanut sauce over. I would make this again. Thanks for sharing.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Thai Chicken Pizza
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 181
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