How To Grill Pizza
Those who know how to grill pizza will find that they can make a tasty and unique dish every time. This is an especially great project for making small, personal pizzas or for cooking pizza in the summer, when you just don't want the oven on.
To grill pizza, you will need:
- A frozen pizza crust or flat bread
- A grill
- Grill tongs
- Oil or nonstick spray
- Prepare the grill. To prepare the grill, you will need to clean it with the grill brush, then light the charcoal. Once the charcoal is going nicely, spread it out so that it is somewhat evenly layered in an area just a bit bigger than the pizza will be. It should be ready by the time you are ready to put your pizza on the grill. If you are going to coat your grill with a nonstick spray, do so when the grill heats up. If not, consider putting olive oil on the bottom of the pizza dough before placing it on the grill.
- Prepare the toppings. To make things flow smoothly, get your toppings together while you are waiting on the charcoal. They should be close to the grill for convenience.
- Grill the dough. Place the dough on the grill. Put oil on the top part of the dough. Allow to cook for about three minutes or until the crust begins to bubble slightly. Flip the dough over.
- Add the toppings. After you flip the dough over, add the toppings by coating the dough (except the edges) with sauce. Add the meat and/or vegetables. Cover with cheese. Allow the pizza to cook for about six minutes or until the cheese is melted in the manner that you prefer.