Pizza and pasta? It is food combination that’s meant to be! Using a savory pizza crust and combining it with chicken Alfredo sauce will give you that delicious combination in no time! Check out Kristy’s a really easy recipe below to make your own homemade chicken Alfredo pizza.
How to Make Chicken Alfredo Pizza
Ingredients you will need:
- 1 lb. diced chicken breasts (grilled or cooked as desired)
- 1 pizza crust (made from scratch or mix)
- 1 C. sliced mushrooms or 1 can mushrooms, drained
- 1 1/4 C. shredded mozzarella cheese
- 2 C. water
- 1 pkg. Alfredo Sauce Mix
Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Roll out pizza dough onto 15” baking stone. Bake the crust for 5-10 minutes or until slightly browned. Remove crust from oven and allow to cool slightly.
Prepare Alfredo Sauce Quick Mix as directed and spread evenly over pizza crust.
Distribute the chicken and mushrooms evenly over the Alfredo Sauce and cover with mozzarella cheese.
Place in oven and bake for 15-20 minutes or until edges of the crust turn golden brown. Try cutting this pizza with the Rada Pizza Cutter.
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This gluten-free Alfredo sauce not only completes the perfect Chicken Alfredo Pizza, it goes great with all kinds of Italian dishes!
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Make Homemade Chicken Alfredo Pizza
Kristi takes you inside the Rada Test Kitchen to learn about making Chicken Alfredo Pizza:
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Hi, Kristi at the Rada kitchen, and today I’d like to share a recipe for Chicken Alfredo pizza. And I’m going to use the Rada Quick Mix Alfredo Sauce. I just mixed that up on the stove, it’s a package of alfredo sauce and two cups water, you bring it to a boil, and cook it about three minutes so it’s really fast and easy to make. That’s going to be our sauce. And then I had some leftover grilled chicken, some mushrooms, some green onions, and of course mozzarella cheese.
So after you let your sauce cool a little bit, I’m going to use the Rada Soup Ladle. Now I made this pizza crust from scratch, there is another video on how to make it. I like to preheat my crust a little bit, to kind of brown it. And I made it on the Rada 15″ Pizza Stone.
So the soup ladle makes it really easy to spread the sauce on your crust. And then to that, I’m going to add my chicken that I cut up into chunks. It’s about a pound of chicken. If you want to use non-grilled chicken, another neat thing to do is roll it in flour and cook it with some chopped up garlic, and it gives it a little extra flavor. So that was about a pound of chicken, and then on top of that, I’m going to add some mushrooms. This alfredo sauce is good over noodles too. Now, to cut these mushrooms, I’m using the Rada Utility Knife. A lot of people use it like a paring knife. It’s just the right size to cut through large potatoes, larger fruits and vegetables, or like these mushrooms, you get them in one slice. And then top it off with mozzarella cheese.
Then to add a little color and flavor I like to add the stems of green onions. It really adds a pretty green color to it. And again, you can use the same knife. And I’m going to bake this in a 425 degree oven for about 20 minutes, and we’ll come back and see how good it looks.
Our chicken alfredo pizza is ready to serve, and what better to cut it with than the Rada Pizza Cutter? The homemade crust is crispy on the outside, and I’m going to serve it up with the Rada Pie Server, and that’s the Chicken Alfredo Pizza that we made with the Rada Quick Mix Alfredo Sauce.
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