White Curry Chicken with Caramelized Onions and Roasted Red Peppers
After a quick road trip to Saratoga, New York to play the ponies, I came across the perfect wood fired pizza oven. It didn’t take me long to order a BBQ Chicken Pizza. There’s nothing better than a pie from a wood fired pizza oven.
I’ve wanted to come up with a pizza recipe outside of the normal pepperoni or sausage pizza. Not having the luxury of having a wood fired pizza oven, I decided to use my pizza stone. I can make a thin and crisp pizza the way I like it.
I decided to come up with my own homemade pizza recipe. Sticking with the BBQ Chicken Pizza I had in New York, I decided to try a White Curry Chicken with Caramelized Onions and Roasted Red Peppers Pizza. I hope you give it a try. Change it up and make one to your taste.
INGREDIANTS: Spice measurements are an estimate since I usually cook by taste.
1 pkg favorite pizza dough
1 lg boneless chicken breast
1 jar favorite Alfredo sauce (I used a roasted garlic Alfredo)
1 jar caramelized onions and roasted red peppers (12 oz, drained)
½ pkg sliced mushrooms
1 pkg shredded mozzarella cheese
1 tbls chili power
1 tbls curry powder
1 tbls cumin
1 tbls Italian seasoning
1 tsp poultry seasoning
2 tbls olive oil (evoo)
Salt and pepper to taste
With the pizza stone in oven, preheat the oven at 425. Want the pizza stone nice and hot. Dice chicken breast into bite size pieces. In a skillet, sauté chicken in evoo, add spices and seasoning to taste. When done, add jar of onion and red peppers along with mushrooms. Heat through and set aside. In a sauce pot, warm-up Alfredo sauce.
On a pizza paddle , add a little flour and roll out pizza dough to desired thickness. Ensure the dough doesn’t stick to pizza paddle. Brush with a little evoo and slide pizza dough on the stone. Precook for about 10 minutes. When done, pull out with pizza paddle. Spread Alfredo sauce on dough. Sprinkle a little mozzarella and distribute chicken mixture evenly. Add more mozzarella and drizzle any remaining Alfredo sauce. Slide back in the oven for about another 10-15 minutes. Coming up with a homemade pizza recipe is easy and fun to make. It came out so good that I’m having leftovers as I write this.
Maybe one day I will be able to get that wood fired pizza oven; but until then, the pizza stone is a great substitute.