Burgers aren't the only thing you can make on the grill. Grilled Pizza is scrumptious!
Favorite pizza sauce
Preheat your gas grill using indirect heat, to roughly 350 degrees.
(Indirect heat - this is when your front burner and your back burner are set to low heat and the middle burner is off. This gives an oven effect.)
Liberally oil your hands and shape the dough into rounds. The oil will help the pizza not stick to the grill.
(If you want to be extra sure that your dough doesn't stick, you can oil your grill grates.)
Place rounds on the grill. Cook for 5 minutes.
They will become a little puffy if you used yeast in your dough.
Flip them over, and quickly add your sauce and toppings.
Let cook for 3-5 more minutes.
Plate them and Eat!
- I used Everything Bread Dough for my pizza crust. However, I added 4 Tbsp of oil (instead of the 2 Tbsp) and 1 tsp vinegar. I generously oiled my hands until my dough was no longer sticky.
- You can cook these directly on the grill or on a grill pan.
- I made my crusts a little thick, so they cooked for 5 minutes on each side. If you like thin crust, adjust your cooking time. It would be more like three minutes per side.