Recipe by ReneeW.
"This slightly sweet chicken pizza has been a requested meal among my family since coming up with the recipe some years ago. The different flavors work so well together."
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1 (15 ounce) can
pineapple chunks - drained with juice reserved
skinless, boneless chicken breast halves - cut into bite-size pieces
2 (10 ounce) cans
refrigerated pizza crust dough
sweet onions, thinly sliced
shredded Cheddar cheese
crumbled feta cheese
this is a great recipe. Changed it slightly. I used the Boboli dough and cooked it with no toppings on it for about 5-8 minutes. This made the crust nice and crispy in the middle. Then while the pizza dough cooled down i cooked cut up chicken with teriyaki sauce in a pan on the stove. Be careful not to burn the teriyaki sauce (since it has so much sugar in it). When the chicken was almost done, i added the pineapple juice and chunks. I didnt want to overcook the pineapple. While the chicken was cooking in a separate pan i cooked up a whole onion, sauteed it in a little oil. Then when everything was cooked i layed it the following:
1. Teriyaki sauce
2. Grilled onions
3. Cheese (used shredded mozzarella and a mexican blend.)
4. Added the chicken & pineapple
5. put a little more cheese on top
baked it for about 10 minutes
My boyfriend wont stop talking about how good it was.
For pizza, this wasn't our favorite. I used 3/4 cup of teriyaki sauce and it was still overwhelming and salty. I put leftover cooked chicken I had on top and left off the feta cheese (my husband's not a fan). I used half of a regular onion and put it all on the following whole wheat dough recipe: Amazing Whole Wheat Pizza Crust. I would definitely lessen the teriyaki sauce and make it a very thin crust; otherwise it's either too salty or too dry.
Fabulous!!! I added too much teriyaki sauce, so it was a bit salty, so beware that "a thin layer" really does mean a thin layer. I cooked the chicken all the way through before adding to the pizza and it was still tender! I also forgot to add the pineapple (oops!) but I added sweet red pepper which was delicious! Also I would recommend a sweet, red onion because I didn't think that was overpowering at all!!! I would highly recommend this recipe!
Addendum: After making this recipe for awhile, this is still a family favorite! I use Pillsbury pizza crust, cook it at 450 for 7 minutes without toppings, then add the toppings (fully cooked chicken, raw onion, raw red peppers, pineapple, sauce, cheddar cheese, mozzerella cheese) and cook at 350 for about 15 minutes until the cheese is bubbly. The lower temperature allows the veggies to cook. I use the Kikkoman Baste and Glaze teriyaki sauce, which works perfectly!
WoW!!!! Very yummy pizza! It's different but soooo good! I used Emeril's teriyaki/ginger sauce and I added a cup of that to the marinating chicken/pineapple juice. I also set out a dipping bowl of Emeril's BBQ sauce and a bowl of the leftover teriyaki/ginger sauce for dipping. Oh man, this is a definite keeper! I am going to use the chicken/teriyaki marinade on the chicken for other dishes as well (maybe a teriyaki stir-fry...hehe). The chicken was SO yummy and tender!!! Thanks for a yummy new meal to add to my rotation!
This was pretty good. Better than I had expected. Next time I would use crushed pineapple and more chicken though!
Great! I tried it last night, and both my girlfriend and I loved it! I did change it a little. We used three small crusts and took out the onion (she likes onion, but I do not). Also, we used about 12 oz. of fresh pineapple, cut up quite small. I cooked the chicken, then added some teriyaki and pineapple to cook it all together. Very tasty!!
This was absolutely delicious. I was worried about the feta cheese tasting strange - but it was very tasty. I'll definitely make this again.
Wow! This was tasty! I omitted the onions, used fresh pineapple, and added sliced red bell peppers. I also didn't prebake the crust, jut popped it all in the oven at 400 and let it go for 20 minutes. THe only problem with this recipe is that I ate way too much!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Teriyaki Chicken Pizza
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 128
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