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_Paparazzi__Paparazzi_ Posts: 463Member Member Posts: 463Member Member
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I found this on the internet and made it for lunch .
I didn't use two chicken .
I only used 1 chicken and cut it like a butterfly .
It was really good .
I will be making this in the future and wanted to share this with anyone on a low carb diet .



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INGREDIENTS
2 chicken, butterflied and cut into two
1 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp italian seasonings
1 tbsp celtic sea salt
2 tbsp olive oil
1 cup pasta sauce
1 cup mozzarella, I like using thick strings
1/4 cup parmesan
12 pepperoni
cilantro, optional

INSTRUCTIONS
Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
Butterfly chicken breasts and cut into two.
Season each breast with salt and herbs.
Add olive oil to a heavy pan, let heat until shimmery.
Add chicken to pan in batches, brown each side well, about 4 minutes. Chicken will not be to 165 degrees internal temp - that is ok.
Add chicken to baking sheet, and top with sauce, more herbs, and cheese.
Place pepperonis on chicken.
Bake for 25-30 minutes, until cheese is bubbly and melted, and chicken has reached internal temp of 165 degrees.
Top with cilantro if desired.
edited June 20

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  • just_Tomekjust_Tomek Posts: 6,833Member Member Posts: 6,833Member Member
    Where is this pizza?
  • _Paparazzi__Paparazzi_ Posts: 463Member Member Posts: 463Member Member
    In the picture above you .
    It's a chicken pizza
    edited June 20
  • noobootsnooboots Posts: 479Member Member Posts: 479Member Member
    Its fairly calorific but I suppose if you can fit it in. I wouldnt call it a pizza though, its like a chicken bake thing.
  • Roza42Roza42 Posts: 184Member Member Posts: 184Member Member
    To even out the chicken, put it between plastic wrap and pound it. It looks yummy.
  • puffbratpuffbrat Posts: 2,293Member Member Posts: 2,293Member Member
    MikePTY wrote: »
    That does look delicious. But really, isn't it really chicken parm with pepperoni on top?

    I was going to just call it cheesy pepperoni chicken. Your version sounds fancier :)

    I agree that it looks and sounds good. Based on simple volume of food and the calories this is something I would be willing to try making for dinner to last both my husband and I for 2 nights.
  • thanos5thanos5 Posts: 465Member Member Posts: 465Member Member
    that looks wonderful. not what i'd call a pizza, but i'll certainly make it sometime. thanks!
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 1,990Member Member Posts: 1,990Member Member
    Looks good!
  • soredogssoredogs Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    Nice looking recipe. I will be trying this in the near future.


    INGREDIENTS
    2 chicken, butterflied and cut into two
    1 tbsp garlic powder
    1 tbsp italian seasonings
    1 tbsp celtic sea salt
    2 tbsp olive oil
    1 cup pasta sauce
    1 cup mozzarella, I like using thick strings
    1/4 cup parmesan
    12 pepperoni
    cilantro, optional

    INSTRUCTIONS
    Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
    Butterfly chicken breasts and cut into two.
    Season each breast with salt and herbs.
    Add olive oil to a heavy pan, let heat until shimmery.
    Add chicken to pan in batches, brown each side well, about 4 minutes. Chicken will not be to 165 degrees internal temp - that is ok.
    Add chicken to baking sheet, and top with sauce, more herbs, and cheese.
    Place pepperonis on chicken.
    Bake for 25-30 minutes, until cheese is bubbly and melted, and chicken has reached internal temp of 165 degrees.
    Top with cilantro if desired.[/quote]

  • kimny72kimny72 Posts: 13,774Member Member Posts: 13,774Member Member
    That's chicken parmigiana, I can say that definitively as a NY Italian. Put that on a pile of spaghetti and you'll find it in every diner in the tri state area (although I guess the pasta would defeat the purpose for low carb :lol: )

    That would be a lot of calories for me, but it looks yummy and I'm glad you found it!
  • trobinson7878trobinson7878 Posts: 2Member Member Posts: 2Member Member
    Thank you for sharing.
  • WinoGelatoWinoGelato Posts: 13,277Member Member Posts: 13,277Member Member
    Agree with above that it looks tasty and calorific, but I wouldn’t call it pizza...

    Also I know it’s optional but cilantro on pizza? Seems like an odd addition.
  • jerseygenejerseygene Posts: 127Member Member Posts: 127Member Member
    There's a chicken pizza base you can mack that is really a quite good alternative to cauliflower or fathead pizza look it up on Youtube.
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