Grilled pizza

Discussion in 'Grilling with Charcoal' started by Denny74, Mar 14, 2013.

  1. Denny74

    Denny74 Member

    Well, it was such a nice day today, I decided I want to try my hand at grilled pizza. I have made pizzas many times and always use the oven, but today I was craving something different. So I took my tried and true pizza recipes and I tossed them on my webber. Man, let me tell you it turned out great. I may not have a wood fired pizza oven, but this was very close. It gave it a light smoky crunch on the outside, but still chewy on the inside. I will be doing this again very soon. ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310286.945708.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310304.089641.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310327.854660.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310346.033433.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310363.946572.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310406.859633.jpg ImageUploadedByTapatalk1363310422.195703.jpg
  2. Brian

    Brian Jack of all grills and master of none. Staff Member

    Wow those look real good. How long did you cook the dough and how long did you cook the completed pizza
  3. Denny74

    Denny74 Member

    Thanks Brian. The entire process takes very little time. I had the dough and all the toppings ready to go earlier in the day. When it was time to cook I divided up and rolled out the dough. I then rubbed the grill (which was very hot) with some olive oil, and tossed on my rolled out dough. I cooked all the pizzas on one side first and brought them in the house. That only took a 2-3 minuets each. I flipped them over, brushed the already cooked side with olive oil and assembled the pizzas. I then tossed them back on the grill to finish cooking. I would say cooking time was maybe 6-8 min tops.I would maybe like to try a pizza stone on the grill and see how that works. But at any rate I was impressed with the results and will definitely do it again!

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