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Chicken Parm Pizza

37 mins to make • Serves 4

Meat

1 lb Ground chicken

Produce

5 Basil, leaves
1 Handful Flat-leaf parsley
3 cloves Garlic
1 Onion, small
2 pinches Oregano, dried

Condiments

1 (8-ounce) can Tomato sauce

Baking & Spices

1 Cornmeal or flour
1 Pizza dough, store bought
2 pinches Red pepper flakes
1 Salt and pepper

Oils & Vinegars

2 tbsp Olive oil, extra-virgin

Dairy

1 cup Parmigiano-reggiano, grated
1 1/2 cups Provolone
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