Pizza On The Grill I
I haven't tried this specific recipe, but I have hosted many grilled pizza parties. I highly recommend it. It's lots of fun, just let everyone roll out their own dough, and set out lots of toppings for everyone to create their own masterpieces. (I always have a tomato sauce and a white garlic sauce plus chicken, pepperoni, cooked sausage, cooked onions, peppers, mushrooms and fresh spinach and arugala. Plus fresh and grated mozzarella and sprinkle on spices.) Everyone loves comparing notes, tasting other's concoctions.
I am writing this to add a tip. You do not have to top the pizzas on the grill. Once you have grilled the bottom half, you can remove it from the grill, place uncooked side down (it has had enough heat that it doesn't stick anymore) and put all your toppings on the grilled side. Return to the grill to (uncooked side down, of course) finish when you are ready and have space on the grill. No burned fingers, better grill management. Enjoy!
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May 30, 2015