homemade pizza on the grillPosted: August 15, 2017 Filed under: Cooking, Grilling, Recipes Leave a comment
We’ve been serious about grilling this summer. One of the dishes for grilling that I’ve seen but which I had been hesitant to try was pizza. That was until Terry brought home a package of copper grill mats. (More about those another time.) After using the grill mat with chicken and hamburgers I was ready to try pizza.
I had a couple of grilled pizza recipes in my database, but nothing that really inspired me. So I went off on my own.
We don’t have a Trader Joe’s near us, but there is one in the retail metropolis of Temecula thirty minutes to the south. Terry was headed there to visit Barnes & Noble so I asked her to stop at TJ’s for their fresh pizza dough. Locally I bought mushrooms, sausage from the service meat department, sliced provolone, and Cento pizza sauce. We had a can of olives in the pantry. There were two small ripe tomatoes in our container garden.
I put everything together and put it on the preheated grill. I gave it about twelve minutes.
The result surpassed my expectations. I really left it on too long as the bottom of the crust was charred, but that only minimally interfered with our enjoyment of the pizza.
The next time I’ll give it eight minutes or so and it will be ideal.