Ok since I changed it a bit by adding madras curry to the chicken and pepper, plus I forgot to buy bell pepper so I used apple and raisins instead I wouldn't say I made this pizza but the peanut sauce was really good!!
Thai Chicken Pizza
From EatingWell: May/June 2007
Serve this Thai twist on pizza as is or with optional toppings, such as thinly sliced basil, cilantro, chopped peanuts and/or crushed red pepper on the side.
15 Reviews for Thai Chicken Pizza
Quick and easy to do. I followed the recipe exactly and found it had some strong flavors, but something about the combination. I felt like it didn't really come together in taste, and could have used something to spice it up a bit. Probably will not make this again.
This was quick and easy to make for a lunch - served with tossed salads. Used a store-bought multigrain pizza dough that was phenomenal. I did salt and pepper the chicken out of habit and I'm glad I did - I think the peanut sauce could have used a little more salt, even with the soy sauce. That is my only complaint!
Hardest part was cooking the chicken, so big plus there. Modified the recipe slightly, using premade Pilsbury pizza crust for ease of prep and availability, added oregano (digressing from the "Thai" theme a bit) and black pepper on my chicken while cooking to give it a little more flavor, used yellow and green onions instead of scallions (being hard to find around my area) and also used red AND yellow bell peppers for more color. Overall, it turned out really well and I received a lot of compliments. Most of the enjoyment came from the uniqueness and variety of flavors, especially the ginger and peanut butter. Definitely making it again!
I looked at the ingredients and I can't workout what makes it taste 'Thai'? Maybe ginger but then its ginger chicken. If it had Thai holy or sweet basil, lemon grass or coriander it might taste more Thai.