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Barbecue ‘Chicken’ Pizza

The following article was written by Ashley Palmer.

Who doesn’t love pizza? So many toppings, so many varieties—it just never gets old. Whether you want a classic slice covered with chunky tomato sauce and piled high with fresh veggies or you’re into the mock-meat lover’s style, you’re sure to find a cruelty-free combo that pleases your palate.

I’m always up for a challenge and love to experiment in the kitchen to come up with new and creative dishes. Although it’s a bit unusual, this barbecue “chicken” pizza has turned out to be a weekend staple in my home.

These toppings create a uniquely sweet and zesty flavor that will have you reaching for seconds. Choose your favorite style of crust—make your own dough, create mini-pizzas using soft tortilla shells, or go with a store-bought brand—and then get cooking!

Barbecue ‘Chicken’ Pizza
Vegan barbecue sauce
Pizza dough of your choice
Vegan cheese
Vegan chicken strips
Fresh cilantro, chopped
Fresh red onion, diced

  • Pour the desired amount of sauce onto the rolled-out dough, then sprinkle on a small amount of vegan cheese.
  • Top with vegan chicken strips, cilantro, and onion, then sprinkle more cheese on top.
  • Bake according to instructions for dough.

Makes 1 pizza

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  • thaaaaank you! says:

    Thank you so much for the cheese recommendation! Cheese is the one thing holding me back from being entirely vegan as I haven’t found a substitute for it yet. I can’t wait to try this brand and was thrilled that it’s sold at the grocery store down my street :)

  • loveee cheese says:

    If anyone needs to know the absolute best type of vegan cheese to buy, it’s daiya cheese. It is absolutely delicious and is one of the only vegan cheeses I have found that melt perfectly. I have made many dishes for my boyfriend, friends, and family using the daiya cheese and they usually are a little weary of my “vegan food” but they all love it!!! You can find it at whole foods for about 7.99 a bag.
    http://www.daiyafoods.com/

    it also shows on the website where you can find it near you. Hope this helps someone!!!

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