Nice flavors! I made a few changes to fit my tastes: I used a Naan bread recipe for my crust. The yogurt in the bread makes it very light inside and crisp on the outside. I par-bake these in batches and freeze them for quick/easy pizza crusts. I cranked the oven to 550 and put in a pizza stone (takes about an hour to preheat and heat the stone up.)
For toppings I chopped 1 chicken breast and sauteed in 1 TB EVOO and 1TB margarine. I then added 2 TB Franks Hot sauce to the saute and cooked it until the chicken was done, setting the meat aside to cool. In another pan I sauteed a stalk of celery finely diced and a half an onion, also in a 1:1 TB of EVOO and margarine. Once the veggies were soft I set this aside to cool. In a small bowl I combined 1/4 blue cheese dressing (Rooties) and 1/4 cup plain nonfat yogurt. Lastly I chopped the cooled chicken up in to a finer mince and added more hot sauce to it.
When it came time to assemble the pie, I started with a layer of tomato sauce with a dash or 2 of Franks Hot Sauce, red chili flake and garlic powder, a thin layer of mozzarella cheese, then the chicken and veggies. Lastly I crumbled a little feta over top and drizzled some of the blue cheese mixture. The pie baked on the stone in about 6 minutes and came out crispy and gooey good on top. Next time I may skip the sauce and use the blue cheese mix as the base with extra Franks.
Both Franks Hot Sauce and Rooties Blue Cheese Dressing are authentic Buffalo favorites. :)
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Nice flavors! I made a few changes to fit my tastes: I used a Naan bread recipe for my crust....