HEYYY!!! Why order Dominos Pizza when you can make your own?!?! We have a brilliant recipe for GRILLED-yes grilled- pizza. And the angels go "HAAAA-LELUAH!!"
All good pizza begins with a great dough! Try Our Favorite Dough Recipe that we used for our Lucky Shamrock Pesto Pizzas last St. Patty's Day. You'll need to begin the dough about an hour before pizza assembling so it can rise properly. You can also make the dough a day ahead of time and keep it in the fridge.
So, once your dough rises, and you punch it down, you can roll it out or do it like the pros--stretching and tossing the crust (this is an advanced move)
|If you don't want to roll it out, stretch your crust, and HANDTOSS it.|
While you top your pizza with your choice tomato sauce, pesto (our fave), alfredo, cheese, meats and veggies, have your parent put the pizza stone on the grill, fire the grill up, close the lid and preheat to at least 425 degrees.
|Preheat Your Grill to 425 Degrees|
|The Secret to a Great Crust: A Pizza Stone!|
You can close the lid and cook it for about 10 minutes, checking here and there to make sure it's ok.
|Keep an eye on it--takes about 10 minutes|
|All of our pizzas didn't fit, so we had to do 2 Batches|
|Look at that CRISPY crust!|
|My Mom opted for crushed grape tomatoes instead of sauce|
|Don't let 'em burn!|
|Time To Dig In|
MOM's Note: I used a pizza stone that I have used for years in the oven, and it worked fine. If you prefer to buy one for the grill, this one from Weber looks good.