Majestic Garlic Chicken and Vegetable Pizza Recipe

This is one of those foods that once you make it, it will become a highly requested regular on your menu.  If you take it or make it for your Super Bowl party it will be all they talk about.   It’s hard to describe but the garlic is not overpowering and it totally lures you in and then makes you keep eating.

The secret ingredient for this pizza is the Majestic Garlic.  I found this at the farmers market in California in October when hanging out with some amazing gals.  I was cooking that night so I made a version of this pizza but instead of chicken we had fresh shrimp.  I cooked them up in a little of the leftover bacon grease.  Just a little adds so much flavor to the shrimp.

This pizza was destined for chicken since that is what I had on hand.  It was already cooked so I just warmed it up with some cooked bacon.  If you are cooking the chicken or shrimp for the pizza and you have a little bacon, pancetta, pepperoni or salami around toss it in together.  Oh and just a dab of the bacon grease if you have that.

As for the Majestic Garlic paste you will want to get your hands on some of this.  As you know garlic has been found to have many healthful properties.  It is said to have antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal activity and to help prevent heart disease, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and cancer.  Oh and rumor has it that it keeps away vampires.

The garlic pastes they sell come in many different flavors.  For this pizza I used the Sun-dried Tomato - Jalapeño.  For the Sausage and Bean Bake I shared in my newsletter, The WHOLE-istic Life, I used the Basil.  There is also Cilantro, Cayenne, Curry, Cucumber – Mint, Dill, Jalapeño and Original.  I’ve had almost every one and I’ve loved them all.  You can view their presentation to learn more about their products.  Once you taste it you’ll know why they are a 6 time winner of America’s Best Food Award.

I must admit when I first tried these and brought them home with me from California I tried for days to recreate the taste.  Well after tons of garlic and no success I called them and begged them to ship me some.  That was when I learned they were just about to start doing just that.  It took a couple of months to set up their system and my first order just arrived.

If you are a fan of hummus they make that also and it is amazing.  I’m thinking they must use some of their original paste in the hummus.  For those interested the products are raw and vegan so if you wanted to build a raw pizza this would be an ideal ingredient.

I hope you will give this recipe a try and please remember if you are not using this garlic paste it will in no way whatsoever taste anything like this recipe.  If you go online and order please tell them I sent you.  I do not receive any money from them and they have not given me any product for free or asked me to endorse them.  I just am in total love with this product.

Majestic Garlic Chicken and Vegetable Pizza Recipe

Ingredients:

Pizza crust (I use Udi’s)

2 TB Majestic Garlic Sun Dried Tomato & Jalapeño flavor

1 small organic onion chopped

1 organic bell pepper chopped

1 organic zucchini rough chopped

2 portobello mushrooms sliced (can use your favorite mushroom)

1 organic chicken breast cooked (if uncooked cook it up in a little coconut oil and a dab of bacon grease)

2 slices organic uncured bacon cooked

Directions:

First you’ll want to prep all of your toppings.  I like to cook up the vegetables so they start to soften and caramelize.  I only cook one ingredient at a time so there is room in the pan to brown.  Also I keep my vegetables separate so my vegetarian son can eat too.  Once that is done you can create your pizza.

Spread the garlic paste onto the pizza shell.  Then I topped it with all of the vegetables.

Lastly the  meats if you are having any.  I like to warm up the bacon with the chicken prior to putting it onto the pizza.

Bake at a preheated 375 degree oven for 8-10 minutes and serve.

If you want to keep it totally vegetarian leave off any meats or seafood.  If you want to keep it vegan you’ll need to find a base that has no eggs or honey in it either which can be done.

Majestic Garlic Chicken and Vegetable Pizza Recipe

Rating: 51

Yield: enough for 3-4 pizzas

Majestic Garlic Chicken and Vegetable Pizza Recipe

Ingredients

  • Pizza crust (I use Udi's)
  • 2 TB Majestic Garlic Sun Dried Tomato - Jalapeño flavor
  • 1 small organic onion chopped
  • 1 organic bell pepper chopped
  • 1 organic zucchini rough chopped
  • 2 portobello mushrooms sliced (can use your favorite mushroom)
  • 1 organic chicken breast cooked (if uncooked cook it up in a little coconut oil and a dab of bacon grease)
  • 2 slices organic uncured bacon cooked

Instructions

  1. First you'll want to prep all of your toppings. I like to cook up the vegetables so they start to soften and caramelize. I only cook one ingredient at a time so there is room in the pan to brown. Also I keep my vegetables separate so my vegetarian son can eat too. Once that is done you can create your pizza.
  2. Spread the garlic paste onto the pizza shell. Then I topped it with all of the vegetables.
  3. Lastly the meats if you are having any. I like to warm up the bacon with the chicken prior to putting it onto the pizza.
  4. Bake at a preheated 375 degree oven for 8-10 minutes and serve.

Notes

If you want to keep it totally vegetarian leave off any meats or seafood. If you want to keep it vegan you'll need to find a base that has no eggs or honey in it either which can be done.

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14 Responses to Majestic Garlic Chicken and Vegetable Pizza Recipe

  1. Wendy January 13, 2012 at 11:01 am #

    You gals have been buzzing about that Majestic garlic for months. I am intrigued and that pizza looks fabulous–even for those of us who don't get that whole football thing.

    • Diane Eblin January 17, 2012 at 10:44 pm #

      Wendy you really won't be sorry if you give it a try. It's a great way to take simple foods and make them extraordinary. Like those shortcuts.

  2. Shirley @ gfe January 14, 2012 at 9:11 am #

    Just the thought of enjoying this pizza with the Majestic Garlic again makes my mouth water and my whole body perk up. Any time of day. Even after I've eaten a full meal. Talk about an amazing gf/df pizza. It's beyond belief how good that pizza is when made with the spread. I don't do the subscriber thing for any products currently, but if they had it for Majestic Garlic I would. Phenonemal stuff. I'm looking at this photo and about to chew off my hand here. Not kidding.

    Shirley

    • Diane Eblin January 17, 2012 at 10:43 pm #

      Shirley you know you're going to have to order some of the garlic sooner or later. I love using it in Melissa's Iron Skillet roasted veggies too. Actually I'm using it every day.

  3. Melissa January 14, 2012 at 9:47 am #

    That looks awesome and Udi's pizza crust is my favorite "indulgence" treat. I'm not familiar with Majestic garlic, but will look into it after seeing this pizza of yours! It really does look good, even at 7:30 in the morning!

    • Diane Eblin January 17, 2012 at 10:42 pm #

      Melissa I agree. Pizzas for us are a real treat and we don't indulge very often. You must order some of this garlic. It's amazing.

  4. Katrina (GF Gidget) January 14, 2012 at 5:39 pm #

    That Majestic Garlic sounds amazing! What an awesome, creative use for Udi's pizza crust!

    • Diane Eblin January 17, 2012 at 10:41 pm #

      Katrina you won't be sorry if you give that garlic a try.

  5. dee mallett January 15, 2012 at 12:57 am #

    looks so awesome.. love the combination of flavors and textures used in this pizza..

    • Diane Eblin January 17, 2012 at 10:40 pm #

      Thank you Dee. I do love a good pizza. What's your favorite toppings.

  6. Mary January 15, 2012 at 11:11 am #

    Any suggestions about what flavors of the majestic garlic would you recommend? I want to buy 3.

    • Diane Eblin January 15, 2012 at 2:18 pm #

      Mary I love the Cilantro, Basil and the Sundried Tomato-Jalapeno the best. Well so far. I've not played with the other ones as much but those add amazing flavor to your food and all that good stuff too.

  7. Alisa January 15, 2012 at 11:52 am #

    You aren't kidding Diane, that stuff is AMAZING!!

    • Diane Eblin January 17, 2012 at 10:40 pm #

      Alisa I am so addicted to this garlic that we have eaten it every day. It works in so many recipes because it's flavorful but not overpowering.

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