For another twist on a classic, this Thai Chicken Pizza combines a crowd favorite with an addicting peanut sauce.
For as much as I adore peanut sauce, I’ve surprisingly only shared one recipe that uses it so far on the blog. And that just seems wrong. While I contemplated making a healthier noodle dish with it, the idea of peanut sauce on pizza was just too enticing to not give it a shot.
By now, you’ve probably notice that I’m not a traditionalist when it comes to pizza toppings. From my beet pesto pizza to the blog-favorite chicken and blackberry pizza, I love experimenting with different combinations that you won’t always find at your local pizza joint. In fact, I don’t think I have a traditional pizza recipe on the blog at all. And it’s not that I don’t love a classic pizza (give me a place with a solid margarita pizza and I’m happy), but when I’m home I like to find new ways to use ingredients already in my pantry or leftover in the fridge.
This recipe is perfect if you have any leftover cooked chicken and/or green onions. I don’t know about you, but I rarely get through all the green onions in a bag before they go bad. But in my efforts to do more meal planning to help cut back on food (and time) waste, this pizza fits the bill perfectly!
As you won’t use up all the peanut sauce when making this pizza, stay tuned for my Saturday THT Meal Planning Guide post for a recipe that will help you use up the rest of it. Not following the meal plan? No worries, the sauce is delicious drizzled over a salad, a stir-fry, or a bowl of roasted/steamed vegetables. It keeps for about a week in the fridge.
So here’s a toast to recovering from St. Patrick’s Day weekend with a deliciously peanut-y pizza!
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