This was on a very low calorie diet. We added 15 basil leaves. I would next time add red pepper flakes and a teaspoon more sesame oil to the sauce. I was sure this would be absolutely terrible, and I think it might have frightened my Norwegian husband, but he and my American teens really liked it. Great when served with the Bok Choy slaw. They now want it weekly!
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
This pizza tastes much like Thai pizzas we have had in restaurants, which we love. I added leftover broccoli and pineapple to the toppings, which only added to the nutritional value & the lovely colors. I don't have fresh basil right now, but next time I think I'll go ahead & add dry basil. I made my own whole wheat pizza crust, which is really fast using the new "pizza crust yeast".
The flavors in this pizza were okay but they weren't even Thai. This isn't even a good peanut sauce recipe. Won't be making this again.
The combination of flavors is excellent, but I doubled the ingredients in the sauce to make it tastier. Two cloves of garlic, several more teaspoons of soy sauce, vinegar (I used apple cidar), more ginger. I used gluten-free pizza dough (found in the frozen pizza section of Whole Foods) and hand-stretched Burlington, Vermont Mozzarella. I topped with chopped parsley. Next time I will top with chopped basil as well.
I thought it was good. I made my own crust and it gave it this sweet flavor. I love how it tasted together. I thought at first it would be no good, but found out it was one of my favorite quick easy meals.