This Teriyaki Chicken Pizza is loaded with tender chicken, fresh broccoli, spring onions, crispy bacon, and melty mozzarella cheese. All topping that distinctively sweet yet savory teriyaki sauce we love.
Not only is it incredibly yummy, as all teriyaki is, but is also a super quick and easy dinner to make at home.
There is something… special about a homemade pizza. Maybe it’s the dough… or the fresh topping… or the fact you taylor made it for you!
While I love our BBQ Chicken Pizza, I’m particularly fond of pizza with broccoli and bacon!
Let’s talk about the dough. Making homemade is always best. In fact, I like to make a couple of batches of homemade pizza dough and freeze it so I always have some on hand. But in a pinch, or on busy nights, store-bought is easy. And yes, almost as good. I like Trader Joe’s pizza dough (both whole wheat and white) because it’s always available and easy to find in the refrigerated section. The trick to using refrigerated store-bought dough is to leave it on the counter until it comes to room temperature. That way, it’s easily stretched into the pan or stone in the size you need.
Obviously, the bulk of the flavor in this pizza lives in the sauce. A great teriyaki sauce is key. My favorite, unfortunately, isn’t one readily available outside of Seattle. I love Metropolitan Market’s own label Teriyaki BBQ sauce. It’s the perfect blend of sweet and spicy — and works great on a salmon fillet as well. Kikkoman makes a honey teriyaki bbq sauce that’s pretty good too. But use your favorite!