This was so fantastic! It tasted like a gourmet pizza. I did not want to eat Thanksgiving all over again so this was a perfect way to use some of our turkey. I used a roasted red pepper alfredo and addded some green onion (just because we love onion). I will keep this in rotation and try it with rotisserie chicken as I have seen others did.
Turkey Alfredo Pizza
fldiner Posted: 11/28/08
Mikita Posted: 11/28/09
a quick easy way to use up those turkey leftovers! I used a whole frozen package of spinach. Will add this to my after-turkey day recipes. Served with a side salad.
SuzanneM Posted: 12/01/10
Move over, Turkey a la King. This is now my go-to leftover turkey recipe. It is very delicious. I had enough turkey to cover two pizza shells, and there was barely a bite left when we finished. I substituted chard and mozzarella as that is what I had on hand. I love a recipe that can so easily accommodate substitutions. Easy, tasty and different. Love it!
MBH816 Posted: 07/30/10
This is my 2nd time making this pizza and it's awesome! Alterations: Use 5oz fresh spinach wilted, used Trader Joes whole wheat pizza crust, made a light alfredo instead jarred, added fresh garlic to topping and I cut into 8 slices instead of 6. This brought me to about 212 calories a slice and still tasted amazing.
laegnome Posted: 08/24/11
This recipe was so easy and so tasty! It's a great and inexpensive way to use up leftover turkey or chicken. I'll be adding this one to my busy-night-no-time repertoire. My boyfriend will eat anything in the form of a pizza, so this was a delicious way to add some greens and lean meats to his diet. It was also a nice variation on the old tomato-based sauce routine pizza. Definitely a keeper!
pooter Posted: 08/21/11
Wow I cannot believe how amazing this dish came out. I am so impressed with myself as I have never, ever made a pizza before. Damn I only just started to teach myself how to cook. Sorry to say but I discovered this dish in the summer, so no turkey leftovers. And I don't believe in meat on a pizza, except for maybe pepperoni, OK, maybe bacon. Anyway, I just used this recipe to create my own dish using my favorite veggies. I diced tomatoes using them as the red sauce, so to speak, then piled on mushrooms and sliced sweet walla onions. I did use the light creamy Alfredo sauce but I used way more garlic than the recipe called for. Rubbing it on the pizza crust just wasn't enough. The grocery store didn't have Fontini so I used a 4 Italian cheese blend and I couldn't find any thin 16 oz cheese flavored pizza crust so I used the original 14oz Boboli pizza crust and wow did it taste good. I call it Veggie Alfredo Pizza. A definite keeper. Going to make it again tomorrow.
Lisnuhy Posted: 10/01/11
OMG soooo good!!!!
GailKelly Posted: 05/15/12
I couldn't find the crust so I used flat bread. Still awesome
LindaKBC Posted: 11/25/12
This is an awesome way to use left over Thanksgiving Turkey. Added some yellow peppers and scallions which worked out fine. A delicious, easy dinner. Highy recommend.
steponme Posted: 10/08/13
Pretty good, but I don't feel it needs additional salt with salt on the turkey and in the alfredo sauce, it was just a tad bit on the salty side for me.