Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce

Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce

With all of the experimenting that I have been doing with pizzas over the years, the Thai chicken pizza with spicy peanut sauce is one of my favourites. I mean the spicy peanut sauce is surely one of the most addictive substances that I have come across and if you it with ooey gooey melted cheese on a pizza you get something truly irresistible! I was recently reminded of the Thai chicken pizza with spicy peanut sauce when I came across some thing similar, a Thai chicken pizza with sweet chili sauce on How Sweet Eats and I knew immediately that I would have to make it!

Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce

Although sweet chili sauce is not as addictive as the spicy peanut sauce it comes close and I often find myself eating it by the spoonful. I could easily see the sweet chili sauce working really well as the sauce on a pizza and I could not wait to try it out! Another thing that I really like about these Thai style pizzas is topping them with fresh ingredients including plenty of herbs after they come out of the oven. Although I was seriously tempted to go with shrimp for this pizza, chicken won out at the last minute and I rounded the toppings off with some sliced red pepper and julienned carrot. For the toppings added after baking, I went with bean sprouts, basil, cilantro and chopped peanuts.

Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce

Tip: It is actually really easy to make your own sweet chili sauce at home, though if you want to save time the store bought ones will work just as well.

Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce

Thai Chicken Pizza with Sweet Chili Sauce

A Thai inspired pizza with a sweet chili sauce base topped with chicken, red peppers, peanuts and plenty of fresh herbs!

Servings: makes 1 large pizza

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Printable Recipe
  • 1 pizza dough
  • 1/2 cup sweet chili sauce
  • 1 cup cooked chicken, cut bite sized pieces
  • 1/2 red bell pepper, sliced
  • 1 carrot, julienned
  • 1 handful bean sprouts
  • 2 green onions, sliced
  • 1 cup mozzarella cheese, shredded
  • 1 handful roasted peanuts, chopped (optional)
  • 1 handful basil, chopped (optional)
  • 1 handful cilantro, chopped (optional)
  1. Roll the dough out into a disc roughly 12 inches across and spread the sweet chili sauce over it.
  2. Sprinkle the chicken, carrot, bean sprouts green onions, cheese and peanuts onto the pizza.
  3. Bake in a preheated 500F oven until golden brown on top, about 5-10 minutes.
  4. Sprinkle the peanuts, basil and cilantro on to the pizza.

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Jess said...

Wow, I actually just went to a local restaurant this past weekend and tried their version of a Thai chicken pizza with sweet chili sauce, and it was so amazing! I'll definitely have to bookmark this to see if I can make my own.

Pam said...

This looks wonderful Kevin!

Amy said...

What a great idea - I love Thai food and who doesn't love pizza? I bet it makes for a great combination!

Julie E said...

This pizza sounds a look delicious. I'm officially a huge fan of your blog. I've given you the versatile blogger award. You can swing by and grab your button anytime you want. I'm hoping so of my readers will come over and check out all your delicious awesomeness.

Jenny said...

Anything with peanut sauce catches my attention!

Helene said...

Another recipe to try Kevin, I like different kind of pizzas. Happy Valentine Day!

Anonymous said...

I love your blog! Your recipes and photos always get my attention and are so drool worthy.I think the next natural step would be your own show on Food Network! ha :) This pizza sounds amazing! Can't wait to make it.

Asiya @ Chocolate & Chillies said...

Very creative!!! Love the fresh herbs!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A fabulous pizza! I love the topping.



mireia badia said...

I'm getting hungry!!! I'll have to try to make that sauce, it sounds delicious!

Justin Postma said...

looks delicious!

Dave Murphy said...

Pizza and Chilli, you can't go wrong!
I'll have to try your spicy peanut sauce, it's sounds very interesting.

Joanne said...

I love all things Thai, all the time and this sounds absolutely delicious!

Vinita said...

Honestly the first time I've seen bean sprouts on pizza. Love the idea - wouldnt mind giving it a shot (terrified of attempting pizza dough from scratch).

chococat said...

This look delicious! Now, I'm very hungry! :)))

Dani Z. said...

this sounds amazing!! I love all things thai. I noticed that I kept posting thai recipes on my own site, but it's hard for me to recognize that as a bad thing. haha. I'll have to post my thoughts on this recipe on my blog after I test it out!! :)

Cherry said...

Very interesting idea and simple to make. I am going to try it out. Thanks!

Amanda said...

All I can say is Wow! Thai flavors and pizza all mixed together. I HAVE to make this. Just found your blog through Pinterest and I will definitely be a regular reader from now on :)

Anonymous said...

Looks wonderful, but a bit too spicy for me.

P.S. "surly" should be "surely".

Aimee said...

Mmmm. I've been wanting to make a thai pizza for a while. And yours looks divine. Definitely pinning.

Dining Alone said...

I am one of those cilantro haters, but this looks so delicious.

Cinnamon Dusk said...

Love the idea of fresh herbs on pizza :)

Stol Jockey said...

I tried this .. I now have a new favorite Pizza.. just fantastic!!

Chris said...

I could eat that all day long and not get tired of it. Gorgeous pie, Kevin.

Rae said...

Oh, Imma make this! My boyfriend (and all my friends) loved the kimchi pizza (and quesadillas) that I made with your recipe(s), but he adores Thai peanut sauce! Yay! I wish brownie points were transferable cause I definitely owe you some!

Pam said...

I need to make this one ASAP. Love it.

Kitty said...

Just made it and it was delish! When do you suggest putting the red peppers on? Before or after the cheese? Thank you for the wonderful recipe!

Kevin said...

Kitty: I like to place the ingredients on top of the cheese so that they can be seen and get slightly charred on the edges when baking.

Anneke said...

This looks very yummy and healthier than my usual attempts. :)

Anonymous said...

Just made this last night for dinner and my husband and I LOVED it! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

Delicious new twist on pizza night! My only suggestion (warning) is not to overdo the sweet chili sauce like I did - stick to the recommended amount or else it will ooze everything. We enjoyed it nonetheless!

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