CHICKEN TIKKA PIZZA (TANDOORI CHICKEN)
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When I was seven, my favorite snack in the whole wide world were potato chips dunked in ketchup. French fries dipped in chocolate ice cream came in at a close second. Yeah, I know how I sound. Let me sum it up and say I sound both crazy and ridiculously unhealthy. But please don’t judge me based on that. I know… I’m asking a lot!
Luckily for us all, my food palette has somewhat matured since then. This totally doesn’t mean I’m promising something weird wont show up on the blog in the future!
Experimenting is good. Well sometimes… at least when it comes to food. I’m not talking about the kind of experimenting people tend to do in college. Just exploring when it comes to the food palette.
And that’s exactly what we’re going to do. We’re going to mash two of my favorites into 1 to create the most beautiful baby there is! Chicken Tikka Pizza!
This baby was inspired by, none other than, Tikka Tikka Taco – runner-ups on Great Food Truck Race season 4. Of course, they won that pizza challenge (in my city: Chi town… woot woot)! By the way, I should mention now, the Tikka guys are coming out with a variety of seasonings, soon! I cannot wait to start using them to make some delicious Tikka Tacos! I’ll keep you all posted! Until then… make yourself some of this delish pizza!
Did I mention people would devour these for the BIG GAME?
Combine the mayonnaise, greek yogurt, and tandoori chicken mix. Toss in the cubed chicken and let marinade for 10 minutes. That mayo is gonna make the chicken oh so tend-ah! Sorry these types of things just come out sometimes!
We’re using tamarind sauce as the base for the pizza. Tamarind sauce has this sweet and tangy bbq sauce like quality to it… so delicious it’ll make your mouth water just from the smell of it! It can be found in almost all international food stores or Pakistani/Indian grocery stores. Your local grocery store may even carry it in the international food aisle.
If you’ve never tried it or don’t think you’ll like it, make extra tikka marinade (add an extra 2 tablespoons of yogurt, 1 tablespoon of mayonnaise and 1 teaspoon tandoori chicken mix to the original marinade)
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