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post #21 of 25
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Originally Posted by Missystuy View Post

How about Pizza??? I've seen a few articles lately about making Pizza on the grill. You just use a regular pizza dough and make whatever you want, but intead of using your oven, you use your grill! Has anyone done this???? It sounds GREAT! I just wanna make sure its not gonna get too messy, or the crust won't get overcooked before the cheese melts.

 

Here is a blog post about it:  http://thebaldgourmet.com/gourmet-camping-recipe-sausage-and-fennel-grilled-pizza/

post #22 of 25

We've done tons of pizza on the grill already!  I've been buying the frozen bread dough (pack of 3) and then lay one out on a pan and stick it in the oven (don't turn it on!) in the morning and let it rise all day.  Then roll it out with some corn meal and put it on the pizza pan.  Then I cook 3 chicken breasts in the microwave (15 minutes), chop it up and mix it with BBQ sauce.  Spread on the dough, then sprinkle with shredded cheese.  Then grill it for 15 minutes.  It's an amazing tasting BBQ Chicken Pizza!!

post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by abbie15 View Post

We've done tons of pizza on the grill already!  I've been buying the frozen bread dough (pack of 3) and then lay one out on a pan and stick it in the oven (don't turn it on!) in the morning and let it rise all day.  Then roll it out with some corn meal and put it on the pizza pan.  Then I cook 3 chicken breasts in the microwave (15 minutes), chop it up and mix it with BBQ sauce.  Spread on the dough, then sprinkle with shredded cheese.  Then grill it for 15 minutes.  It's an amazing tasting BBQ Chicken Pizza!!

 

That sounds so good!  I love BBQ chicken pizza, especially with caramelized onions.

post #24 of 25

I am all about grilling this year!  I have done pizzas on the grill in the past, they turn out really good.  Even frozen pizzas are good on the grill, changes the flavor more like a brick pizza oven.  I love making kabobs, I like to buy the canned whole potatoes and add those to kabobs, they are so tender!

post #25 of 25

Here is how we did Gourmet Pizza on the Grill

 

 

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