Chicken Pan Pizza




Introduction: Chicken Pan Pizza

Ingredients for Pizza Base

APF/Maida Flour - 2 Cups (Makes one 16" Pan Pizza)

Yeast - 1tsp

Salt - 1/2tsp

Sugar - 1tsp

Water + Milk - 1/2 Cup

Olive Oil - 1tsp

Chicken Juice - 1/2 Cup (Described below)


Ingredients for Topping

Sliced Onion/Tomato/Black Olives/BellPepper - 1 Cup

Boneless Chicken - 300gms

Shredded Mozerella Cheese - (As Required)

Step 1:

•Prepare the homemade pizza sauce.
•Cut the chicken into thin lengthy slices, saute in the pan with little Water, Chicken masala powder, Salt and Pepper till chicken tenders.
•As we are going to bake again don't wait for all the water to get evaporated.
•Separate the chicken from its juice. Use the juice for preparing the base/dough.
•Warm the water + milk add Sugar, Yeast stir well and keep aside for 10minutes.
•When frothy on top mix well and add this to the flour.
•Add Chicken Juice and Salt, Knead well to soft dough. Use Rolling Pin and stretch evenly to circle or square shape as you like.
•The pan pizza has thick base so I thickened/Folded the edges all over as shown in the picture.
•Prick with fork and allow the yeast to ferment for 2hrs.

Step 2: Step 2

•Once done bake the base in 400°F for 10mins or till edges turns light brown.
•Apply Olive oil over the edges of the baked pizza base (Optional).
•Apply pizza sauce to the remaining part then add the toppings, finally top it with cheese.
•Bake in oven at 400° F for 7-10mins (remove when cheese melts completely).
•Adding chicken juice makes the pizza delicious and yellowish color too.


1. Can use paneer instead of mozerella cheese.

2. Don't add hot chicken juice or yeast mixture to the flour, cool and mix.

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    10 years ago on Introduction

    looks good. Have tried it. It's come out nice and puffy.


    10 years ago on Introduction

    That looks great! Thanks for posting!


    10 years ago on Introduction

    I think you have your titles and steps messed up a little.