I have a pretty awesome line-up of songs on. It's my day off and I'm going to enjoy some blogging, pinning, music and reading (maybe a chore or two...we'll see) - all by the fire. Sounds pretty good, right?
To start this post off, you're going to get a list of the songs I'm about to listen to because sharing music is just about as awesome as sharing food:
If you don't know any of those songs, please introduce yourselves.
Okay. Moving on.
Another week is over and now it's February. How did that ever happen? January used to be the longest and most dreaded month of the year - so I thought. We didn't even do much of anything this last month, hid inside most weekends getting our house set up, watching movies and playing a whole lot of Settlers of Catan.
*Side note: Does anyone play Settlers and have a similar obsession with the game? If so, here's a treat we found on our good 'ol friend, Google, the other day for the foodie-obsessed Catan lovers: Catan Pizza, Catan Cookies and Catan Cupcakes!
I'm not going to ramble on about life too much today (other than what I've already done..sigh). I need to get straight to the point because this was A-MAZING. Every bite 'J' took was followed by a satisfied "mmm..." - the key measure of success. As it's Friday and we all love to indulge in some junk food, eat this! Do it. Make it. This pizza truly does not need cheese! Switch up the toppings... do whatever you like, but make sure to try the sauce and the chicken marinade! Also: If you're a blogger, join in on Fast Food Fridays! If you're not a blogger...why not do a guest post? My blog welcomes you.
Cheese-less Chicken Pizza
From Allie's Kitchen, Quantity: 2 pizzas with a wee bit of leftover sauce
Spinach Tortilla Wraps (I double J's up, but I just use one). Use any wrap (or pita) that your diet will allow.
1/3 cup of olive oil
3 cloves of garlic, minced
herbs: Lots! I used a mix of basil, marjoram and the fridge herbs we keep. :)
Mix herbs and oil together in a bowl. Fry garlic on high for a minute then add that to the bowl, as well. Let sit.
1 piece of leftover chicken (fresh, boneless would work too), sliced very thin.
2 tbsp of Frank's Buffalo Sauce
2 tbsp of Renee's 1/2 Caesar
Quantities enough for what you want, really.
Broccolini, cut small
Green onions, chopped
On J's, I added cheese and a bit of leftover bacon we had. I didn't add anything extra to mine and loved it.
1. Preheat oven at 400.
2. Using a pastry brush, brush sauce over each pizza (I didn't use all of the sauce).
3. Disperse chicken across each pizza, evenly.
4. Add all of the toppings, adding tomatoes on last. Sprinkle all with pepper.
5. Place both pizzas in oven for about 6 minutes, maybe a bit longer if your oven doesn't run hot. You want the tortillas to be crispy enough that you can pick it up, but not burnt!
Note:As this is an oily sauce, it may not be super crispy... but easy enough to eat with a fork and knife.
I've said it already and I'll say it again: Make this. So good.
On The Side: Our side that went along with this pizza was a simple corn (canned) + avocado + tomato salad mixed together with 1tbsp of both lime juice + olive oil. Easy Peasy.
Any Fast Food Friday clean-er recipes to share? What do you like to make on Fridays? Have a routine? Want to submit a guest post any non-bloggers?? :0) Happy Friday!!
Oh! And last thought...I updated my Travel Page. Still missing a few things, but...check it out!