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Offline Ev

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Buffalo Chicken Pizza
« on: March 30, 2011, 10:27:20 AM »
I baked a pie in Normas' deck oven yesterday. She'd get mad at me if I didn't post a picture, so here it is. Actually, I was testing a new sauce recipe I came up with. I started with Bertolli creamy alfredo, to which I added minced garlic, red pepper and a couple spoonfuls of cranberry sauce to compliment the heat of the peppers. The chicken was marinated in McCormacks "Grill Mates" Mesquite, grilled, cut and re-marinated. I used one of Normas' preferment Lehmann doughs for a 16 inch pie. Sorry, no crumb shot.
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Re: Buffalo Chicken Pizza
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2011, 01:42:51 PM »
I baked a pie in Normas' deck oven yesterday. She'd get mad at me if I didn't post a picture, so here it is. Actually, I was testing a new sauce recipe I came up with. I started with Bertolli creamy alfredo, to which I added minced garlic, red pepper and a couple spoonfuls of cranberry sauce to compliment the heat of the peppers. The chicken was marinated in McCormacks "Grill Mates" Mesquite, grilled, cut and re-marinated. I used one of Normas' preferment Lehmann doughs for a 16 inch pie. Sorry, no crumb shot.

I can vouch for how good Steveís new recipe for dressings went on his pizza.  Steve first got me to taste the secret ingredients in the Alfredo sauce.  I could taste hot, but yet sweetness.  I couldnít guess what the ingredients were that he added.  The Mesquite chicken in combination with the secret sauce was a great combination.  ;D  Steve added chopped chives after the bake.  The taste of that pizza still haunts me. 

Steve, why would I get mad at you if you didnít post the pictures.  ::) You are always coming up with creative dressings and ideas, but you always donít post them.  When did I ever get mad at you?

Norma

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Re: Buffalo Chicken Pizza
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2011, 02:31:18 PM »
Was just kidding, Norma, but look! You're getting mad now, aren't ya!? >:D
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Re: Buffalo Chicken Pizza
« Reply #3 on: March 30, 2011, 05:35:21 PM »
Was just kidding, Norma, but look! You're getting mad now, aren't ya!? >:D

Steve,

No, I am not getting mad now.  Just keep coming up with those good ideas for dressings.  Even your cancer awareness dressing was great yesterday on the new style Greek pizza you made.   ;D

Norma
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Re: Buffalo Chicken Pizza
« Reply #4 on: March 31, 2011, 08:39:39 AM »
That is a beautiful pizza, thanks for posting pics and the sauce recipe.

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Re: Buffalo Chicken Pizza
« Reply #5 on: March 31, 2011, 11:23:27 PM »
Steve, that pie is absolutely beautiful.

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