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    Grilled Pizza

    Don`t call out for pizza!! Just make this Pizza Dough Bread Machine. Fire up the grill and you will never order out again. Grilling gives pizza what it wants, dry and high heat! Oh and Great flavor!! Place the oiled dough on a clean, hot, well oiled grill. Grill the one side and then flip lower eat apply toppings and close lid till cheese is melted. Have prepared ingredients ready for guests to put on there own pies for fun.

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    14 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is really really good! For Goat cheese lovers do try to purchase the goat cheese that is rolled in plump dried cranberries. Do try ir on the grill!

    Recipe #187474

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This pie startes with my dough that is easy to handle and tasty. You can grill the veggies and sausage or saute them indoors the day before. This recipe is a great way to use left-over sausage and peppers so do use your favorite. As with all grills, keep a close eye on the pizza. Check out this thread http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=274104 on grilling pizza.

    Recipe #227404

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I used sparkling water just because I ran out of bottled water and I'm not a fan of tap. Give this a try. The optional ingredients can be skipped or changed to which spices you enjoy for a little something extra. Of course you would use the garlic for savory pies and cinnamon for dessert or curry type pies. But if using real garlic and not powdered do add after rising. Because garlic does kill yeast. I have made the dough with powdered garlic with no problems. Pizza is a great way to get your children into cooking.

    Recipe #187380

    This is the dough that will be used throughout this cookbook and in my house for grilled pizza. It is a wonderful dough! Easy to make and handle. Freezes well for future use, and tastes so good!! The nature of the dough is critical to success. It must be tacky, though not sticky. And for the best flavor, you MUST coat the dough balls with olive oil.

    Recipe #182309

    This is a wonderful grilled pizza that does not have any tomatoes/tomato sauce!! The dough for this recipe is #182309, make 1 big pizza or lots of small ones. When we made this in class, we blew-up our eggplant so we had to use roasted red peppers in its place.(If you are roasting in a brick oven, PIERCE the eggplant before roasting to prevent the explosion and HUGE mess.) It was VERY good, so if you don't have any eggplant but do have some peppers USE THEM....just roast them first. Drizzle the finished pizza with some Basil Oil for a REAL treat.

    Recipe #182611

    I love grilled pizza! Just have all your ingredients at hand, by the grill, and this comes together very quickly. For the whole-wheat pizza dough....there are several good recipes here on Zaar. I use Trader Joe's, though I understand not everyone is near one of those stores. Recipe source: EatingWell

    Recipe #173006

    2 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    Wonderful for hot days when you don't want to turn your oven on. Found this in Taste of Home Backyard Grilling and made some significant changes to suit our taste. I used my Kitchen Aide Mixer for this. This pizza crust does not require cooking before adding your toppings. Of course, you can add any of your favorite toppings you like. I did in this recipe. I don't usually measure out the cheese when I made pizza, so use as much or as little as you like. You can tell when it's enough. This makes 2 12 inch pizzas or 1 large one.Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #183511

    Thai inspired pizza done on the grill.

    Recipe #174523

    OK,this is a lot of work, but SOOOOOO worth it! My daughter and I watched America's Test Kitchen and decided to try it. There are a lot of steps, but could be adapted with a variety of light toppings and made ahead to the point of second grilling for company. Good luck, can't wait to see whos brave enough to try it. Enjoy! For the calorie minded, I was surprised to see the calorie count but realized that it must be because of oil amount. You totally dont use the whole 1/3 cup of oil! Just brush liberally.

    Recipe #178344

    Another great recipe from Company's Coming BBQ cookbook.

    Recipe #167283

    1 Reviews |  By Kaarin

    These are loaded with veggies fresh from the garden. This makes extra pizza sauce, which I like to keep in the frig for making homemade pizza.

    Recipe #123274

    Something different that may light your fire. You could use almost any of your favorite pizza ingredients.

    Recipe #64054

    In response to a recipe request

    Recipe #35017

    6 Reviews |  By Derf

    This was so much fun!! and so good!! Can't wait to do it again. Stretching the dough instead of rolling it makes it nicely uneven, creating crispy textures. We topped with sliced tomatoes, sliced mushrooms, tender crisp asparagus and parmesan cheese, sprinkled with oregano and thyme. We just used one dough ball. from the local newspaper.

    Recipe #31445

    A fresh alternative to the "usual" grill items. The grill adds a smoky-like flavor that adds to the overall taste of the pizza. Could easily be made with meat--just add cooked meat such as sausage or hamburger or just add slices of pepperoni for a quicker fix.

    Recipe #31095

    Inspired by a pizza I often have at the Brick Oven in Austin, Texas

    Recipe #12576


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