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Chicken Taco PizzaI had one of those days when nothing sounded good to fix for dinner. I did not want to run to the store to get anything and I had plenty leftovers in the refrigerator that needed to be eaten. 

I was taking an online survey about pizza from InboxDollars and my mouth was watering for pizza. I really did not have the money to order take out so I went digging in the pantry. I have to say that what I ended up making turned out to be easy, fast and really good!

Chicken Taco Pizza

Pizza Crust - enough to fill to make (2) 12" round pizzas. Store bought from the refrigerator section is just fine to use. I used my Oster bread making machine to make the dough. Click here for the recipe that I used. 

Sauce - instead of a tomato based sauce I used a can of  Old El Paso Mild Enchilada Sauce

Toppings - I used shredded cooked chicken, browned ground beef, sauteed onions and green peppers, refried beans and shredded cheese. 

I spread the dough on a greased cookie sheet. I poured the sauce thinly on the dough. I spooned small amounts (quarter sized drops) of refried beans on top of sauce and spread to edges. (This was messy! :)  Sprinkle the chicken, beef, onions and peppers on top. I shredded cheddar and pepper jack cheeses on the top. Sprinkled salt and pepper to taste. Put in 400 degree over for 22 minutes. I started checking doneness at 18 minute. Adding minutes until crest was golden brown and cheese was bubbly. 

I have to admit that it was the best homemade pizza that we had had for a while. I hope that you try it! Leave me a message and let me know how it turns out!


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