What is the strangest thing you have ever cooked on the grill? Macaroni and cheese, and cookies are way up there on the list, but what about pizza? Initially I balked at the thought, when you want pizza you dial a number and some kid drops it off at your door right? Not any more! If you have a grill, you can have pizza! This dough is quick and easy, requires no proofing, it can spell very well, so you are ready to go as fast as you can make it.
Be sure to have all your topping ingredients ready to go as they will be needed when you flip the dough.
You can make just about anything you want when it comes to pizza, from gourmet like BBQ Chicken Pizza with Artichokes and Four Cheeses, or Shrimp and Brie Pizza with Almond Pesto, to something of your own invention with toppings listed below. Naturally I couldn’t list every topping, or you would be reading ’till the cows came home.
|BBQ Chicken Pizza with
Artichokes and Four Cheeses
|Shrimp and Brie Pizza with Almond Pesto|
Mozzarella cheese, you can shred it or get the shrink wrapped round one and just slice it
Red, green, yellow, and orange peppers
Mushrooms – any kind
Sun dried tomatoes
What do you like on your pizza?
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