My mother-in-law gave us an extra pizza crust she bought at the farmer's market. It was a tomato jalapeno crust from Bova Bakery in Gobles, Michigan.
We topped he pizza with some rotisserie chicken, fresh tomato and onion. To finish it off we added some fresh Jack's Medium Salsa from Costco and cheddar cheese. Then just a few minutes in the oven to melt the cheese and we were ready for dinner.
While a bit spicy, the pizza was not too hot and it was an interesting selection of textures. The crust was a bit crispy and chewy at the same time, while the veggies and other ingredients were more middle of the road in terms of mouth feel.
All the fresh ingredients gave it a bit more vibrant taste and it went together in less time than it takes me to write this blog post. We think it was a big success overall and will certainly consider doing something like this again.