'Rotisserie Chicken and faux-Alfredo sauce'
I make pizzas all the time. The one I love best (and invented myself) uses a can of Cream of Mushroom soup (undiluted) for the sauce. Add Parmesan and dehydrated tomatoes (I don't measure). It ends up a sort of healthier, great-tasting Alfredo-ish deal. Just use the bread machine and typical recipe for the dough (2 cups flour per pizza), but sometimes add garlic granules to it.
Cover with mozzarella, and top with big chunks of chicken (I use a couple thawed thigh pieces from Sam's Club's frozen section and cut all the fat away first) and sprinkle the chicken with Lawry's Rotisserie Chicken Seasoning -same stuff Sam's uses in their awesome Rot. Chickens.
UNFORTUNATELY, Sam's Club not longer SELLS that seasoning!?! I assume they want to keep it off shelves now to boost their own chicken sales?? I don't know, but I can't believe it's because it sold poorly. They put 'Sam's Club' right on the last labels, so I also assume Wal-Mart now owns Lawry's and pulled this rotten trick.
Anyway, I tried to recreate it. Says salt, pepper, garlic, paprika, onion... but my mix isn't even close. Maybe the trick is that it's mostly all salt? I dunno?
Then I add mushrooms and/or chopped up broccoli.
Full, large-size pizza pan. I throw it in a cheap convection over for ~18min. at 425.
It's awesome. One of my top fav. things to eat -or at least it was. Anyone know about the seasoning, or some other good rot. chicken seasoning that might be like that Lawry's?
Sorry, don't have a pic.