2 cups boiled chicken, diced
1 cup sliced red grapes
1 cup chopped celery
3/4 cup salted cashews (optional)
1 cup mayo
2 tbsp Ranch dressing powder
Mix all ingredients until blended, but do not over mix. Chill
Makes 18 small croissants or 12 large croissants
Thursday, September 10, 2009
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
This past weekend we decided to make a last minute trip to Neil and Jill's house in Bakersfield. While we were there they taught us how to make bbq pizza and it was so good. I can't wait to make it at home.
A pizza stone (to grill it on)
Corn Meal (to keep it from sticking - flour burns)
Dough (You can buy it pre-made from Trader Joes or I use this recipe)
Toppings and Sauces of your choice.
Lite the BBQ and set to medium-high heat, place pizza stone in the center and close lid. Sprinkle some corn meal on a cookie sheet or cutting board. With flour roll out your dough to desired size and thickness and place on cornmeal covered cookie sheet. "Decorate" as you wish. Sprinkle a little more corn meal on the pizza stone. Carefully slide the pizza off the cookie sheet and onto the pizza stone. Close lid and cook. We usually leave ours on for about 8 minutes but every ones BBQ is a little different so just check it every few minutes to make sure its not burning or to see if it needs more time. Using a large spatula or pizza shovel remove from stone and put back on cookie sheet to cut and serve. Enjoy!
Favorite Pizza Flavors:
Letti - No sauce - just cut up fresh tomatoes thin and lay them down first, then layer with olives, artichoke hearts, fresh spinach, and mozzarella cheese.
Chase - Chicken, jalapeno, and mozzarella cheese.
Chloe and Kaidee - Ham, pineapple, sauce, and cheese.
Darian - sausage, bacon, pepperoni, sauce, and cheese.
Cole - everything