Hi all...I'm going to share with you something that I've never done before. A recipe! This one your going to love cause it's super easy and the best part is that they are so easily adaptable to whatever you want or like on your pizza. My sis over at Happy Shack and I came up with this recipe and we call them lakebrats just because of the fact that you can have anything that you like...just like a brat and since we both live on lakes it was perfect. So here goes. If you have any questions or if you feel that I've left anything out please let me know.
Flat bread or Wraps (located where the tortilla shells are at)
green pepper finely chopped
onion finely chopped
red roasted peppers
sun dried tomatoes
chicken tender (cooked and chopped in small pieces)
basil pesto (just a little bit cause remember this is an extremely powerful taste and a little goes along way. Add it right after the sauce)
Fry up the chicken tenders in about a half a can of chicken broth and some minced garlic. Set aside and let cool while chopping up your green peppers and onion. Then chop up your chicken tenders and have handy.
Line the bottom of your oven with aluminum foil to catch and drips that may occur. Then preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place the flat bread or Wraps on the middle rack for 1 minute on each side. Take out and start adding your toppings. Place back in oven and cook for 6 to 7 minutes or until your mozzarella cheese is melted nicely.
Please remember that you can put anything that you would like on your pizza. These are completely adaptable to your specific taste and the best part about it is. They are like having your own personal pizza.
My sister and I talk on a daily basis and toss ideas back and forth about crafting, cooking ect. and when I was telling her about the pizza that I had at McAlisters Deli in Destin, Fla this summer and just how good it was, it set off a brain storm of how we could make our own and this is what we came up with. So when sis and her hubby Don were here this summer we got to cooking...we were like mad scientist in the kitchen adding a little this and a little that and waaa laaa. Here's the outcome.
It may be the end of summer but remember pizza is good all year and they are so quick and easy and best of all you can please everyone in your family. Then sit back kick up your heels and take a break....no need to stand over a stove for hours making a huge meal when you can have a lakebrat in 30 minutes or less. YUMMMM
Hope you enjoy!