Ok so to start i was really skeptical about the dough falling through the griddle on the grill, that didnt happen. But, a number of other things when wrong. First, we started out with our homemade dough and rolled it out on a pizza baking sheet, it was about the size of a medium pizza from your everyday pizza chain, and when we went to put it on the grill there was no way to pick it up it just stretched like pizza dough should.so then we decided to attempt to flip the baking sheet so the dough would fall onto the grill. Again failure we got a pile of dough that didn't resemble a pizza what so ever. Second, we decided we were trying to make too big of a pizza so we shortened it down to a personal pan size.We got it on the grill and and as stated it cooked that side in about 2 min. We pulled it off added our toppings and placed it back on the grill, and again it about 2 min the bottom was dark brown. So we pulled it off with the assumption that it was done, because there was no way to continue cooking it without burning it completely.Unfortunately once we cut it and took a bite the inside was still doughy, not cooked at all. needless to say we ended up ordering pizza from pizza hut.
Keep in mind we were afraid of the dough falling through the cracks so our grill was around 400 degrees, maybe it was too hot. I dont know but if your hoping for a nice meal and your trying this for the first time be warned, you may be ordering out.
ps Oiling the grill only causes blazing inferno
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