What do you do with leftover roast chicken and cauliflower??? Well, you make individual, homemade pizzas, of course! I love making pizza at home. I buy the pizza dough from a local pizzeria. I have tested different ones over the years and have come up with the one I like the best. You can do the same in your town. It is cheaper to buy raw dough and make individual pizzas at home- and most of all, it is fun.
I divide the dough into at least 4 or 5 and make individual pizzas for everyone. I shredded the chicken and halved potatoes and cauliflower and set them aside for the topping. I had my delicious homemade tomato sauce and I always have shredded mozzarella cheese on had as well. That is all I needed to make delicious individual pizzas.
It was delicious- and best of all, it was healthy with veggies on it. My daughter ate it not even thinking about what was on the pizza. Since she had eaten the roast the day before including the cauliflower, she had no problem eating all of that on the pizza. I loved it with the red sauce and the creamy cheese- and with a glass of red wine…
Try this pizza- it is simply delicious…
- One large pizza dough from a pizzeria cut into four pieces
- ¼ cup all-purpose flour
Preheat convection oven (preferred) to 450 degrees F.
Take one piece and form into a round ball and using some of the all-purpose flour roll into a 9-inch circle. Keep aside. Repeat with the other three pieces.
- 1 cup fresh tomato sauce
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella
Spread the tomato sauce on each rolled out pizza dough. Sprinkle the shredded cheese evenly and keep aside.
- 1 cup leftover roast chicken, potatoes and cauliflower- cut into small pieces
Add a quarter cup of the roast chicken mixture on top of each pizza and bake for 8 to 10 minutes. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Serve hot.