BBQ Chicken Pizza

  • felicialynp Posted: 02/04/09
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    I will definitely make this again. Followed the directions as is...The CL tomato chutney recipe makes the recipe! I also used fresh dough instead of the boboli.

  • lovefood63 Posted: 03/05/09
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    Who eats just one piece of pizza for a meal?!

  • hwinte87 Posted: 04/26/10
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    I love this pizza dish. I also make the chutney included in the recipe because that is what others recommended. I will agree with one poster, 1 slice of this isn't quite enough! I do make one change: for the sauce base I use tomato paste, with or without basil and oregano. I then add the chicken and chutney mixture on top of this. I prefer the tomato paste because the flavor and the consistency is closer to an actual pizza sauce. Other than that I love making this dish, and it's always a hit with my husband and 3 year old! For my 3 year old I omit the chutney from a section of the pizza because I don't think he would eat it.

  • rederin Posted: 05/17/10
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    My husband and I love this recipe. I make the pizza crust in our bread machine. Their chutney recipe is a must. I serve it with corn on the cob w/ lime butter on the side. Easy and delicious.

  • dishdiva Posted: 02/11/09
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    This recipe is oh so good! It is important to make the tomato chutney using the recipe provided. It makes the pizza and adds amazing flavor. My husband and I just kept marveling at how great this dish was with every bite. I added chopped avocado to the last minute of baking and topped with fresh parmesan cheese. (FYI the tomato chutney would make great bruchetta!)

  • Professortxjen Posted: 03/10/09
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    This is delicious. I agree with the other reviewers--it's important to make the tomato chutney with the included recipe. I didn't have jerk seasoning, so I added louisiana hot sauce, cinnamon, cumin and ground cloves to the tomato/brown sugar mixture. Turned out great! I also browned the chicken with some cumin--that added some depth to the flavor. I also used regular cheddar, added a little feta, and used an italian cheese mix. Yummy. All in all, one of my new favorite pizza recipes!

  • luv2cre82 Posted: 05/05/10
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    Without the homemade tomato chutney, I am guessing this pizza would simply be o.k. However, with it, the flavor is awesome. Both my husband and I really liked this pizza.

  • Sarah417k Posted: 04/20/09
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    I've made this recipe many times, and everyone I make it for always loves it! I have used store bought chutney, homemade chutney, and tomato paste with some jamaican and italian seasonings; the latter two were best in my opinion. I usually add a little extra cheese but otherwise follow the recipe exactly. The leftovers are okay but I'd recommend trying to eat it all soon after you make it.

  • virgo24j Posted: 05/01/10
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    This was very easy to make and my family loved it. Will make again.

  • ideesj Posted: 07/19/10
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    Fast and easy. In the words of the boyfriend, it taste like a pizza from California Pizza Kitchen. I think i will make it next time but with shrimp! Enjoy!

  • mldaniels Posted: 12/13/10
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    We LOVED this recipe! The chutney is definitely to die for!!! There were no leftover pizza slices, however I made twice the amount of chutney and the leftover sauce was great on spaghetti and I am thinking about using it for pork chops.

  • LauraJasmine Posted: 09/23/10
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    Very yummy and fast!! My only complaint is that it is a little messy...but I should have seen that coming given the barbeque sauce. Will definitely make again!

  • GoddessAlexa Posted: 01/21/11
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    O.M.G. I was a bit worried about this recipe. Never tried any kind of chutney, but WOW!!!!! This pizza was fantastic and like having it at a 4-star restaurant! PHENOMENAL!!!

  • pattersonva Posted: 03/26/11
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    My uber picky husband loved this. He ate 3/4 of the pizza! I live in an area where purchasing any sort of chutney is out of the question, so I made the chutney, but sub-ed chopped tomatoes with a can of diced italian tomatoes, and then the cidar vinegar with rice vinegar. It was divine! Also did not add addtional tomatoes on the top because the diced tomatoes I used were enough for the pizza! This was outstanding! Will make again and again. Thanks!

  • EmmyLou8 Posted: 05/23/11
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    This is a really amazing recipe! Not so sugary sweet like some bbq chicken pizzas. Here are the following changes I made: - Didn't have Jerk Seasoning at my local grocery store but I did find a jerk marinade so I added a tsp of that to the chutney. - Roasted 2 chicken breasts with poultry seasoning (Baja brand) - Used Fresh Direct brand frozen pizza dough instead of Boboli. MIne wasn't flavored but didn't miss it. This was so incredibly flavorful and delicious the day after!!! Its messy to eat but super worth it.

  • HelloMitra Posted: 07/27/11
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    Yumm-O! I went ahead and made the chutney, and I was pleasantly surprised. It's tangy and sweet at the same time --- very similar to barbecue sauce, not not exactly the same. I really liked it though. I decided to boil chicken breasts in homemade barbecue sauce, shred it, and then add it to the pizza. I used Monterrey jack jalapenos cheese instead of cheddar, and I liked the bite it added with the other ingredients. My boyfriend said he would love this again for dinner, and I concur!

  • rstarrlemaitre Posted: 12/28/11
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    Despite all the rave reviews, I thought the homemade chutney was too sweet (3 tablespoons brown sugar??) I would use a store-bought pizza sauce or canned diced tomato next time for more savory flavor. The chicken and cheese on top tasted great though.

  • lmshiman Posted: 12/18/11
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    This was awesome! I made the homemade chutney since so many reviewers recommended and it was great. Didn't have jerk seasoning, but it came out fantastic. I also carmelized onions and added them to the top of the pizza, instead of green onions. Definitely "fork and knife" pizza.....My husband loved it!

  • Haarrdvark Posted: 12/21/11
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    Delicious version of a BBQ Pizza. The homemade chutney is a must!

  • kdinsmore Posted: 01/12/12
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    SOO great! Tomato chutney sauce is AMAZING! an absolute must!I did not have any jerk seasoning so I substituted a few splashes of Franks Hot Sauce. I found that I didn't have enough sauce so I doubled the recipe for the sauce and it was perfect!

  • crisy129 Posted: 07/23/13
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    OMG this is delicious. The tomato chutney recipe on bottom is a must.

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