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White Chicken Pizza

White Chicken Pizza
January 19, 2011 White Chicken Pizza In this house I know that anytime I make a pizza, it’s guaranteed that it will get eaten. Even if I screw it up, the mantra seems to be that there is no such thing as a bad pie. Only the “this is pretty darn good pizza, pass another slice please” pizza, the “thank you soooo much for making pizza mommy” pizza (trust me, dinner compliments from the six and under crowd are a rare treat so this is the sign of a job well done), and the “Get your hand off that last slice, I called dibs and I’ll fight ya for it if I have to” kickin’ awesome pizza. This pizza is of the third distinction. I made my own crust (my recipe’s here), but you can also use a pre-bought dough or pizza crust and it will still work just perfectly. Ingredients needed: Throw your chicken, shallots, garlic and the salt/pepper in a skillet and cook them up on medium heat. Once they’re cooked through, remove them from the heat. Next up, the spinach.

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