About this recipe: The heat of a hot barbecue is perfect for making pizza, coming in a close second to an Italian pizza oven! Make an incredible pizza at home using your favourite toppings. Don't be tempted to overload the pizza - it'll cook better with less toppings.
What a great technique! I loved it!! Way better than the pizzas I made in my oven, and you don't even need a pizza stone. The crust is really crusty :-) I rolled out the dough thinner than what is said here, for me 1/2 cm worked great. I added thinly sliced tomatoes and mozzarella and a sprinkle of chopped fresh basil. - 17 Aug 2015
I had heard of grilled pizza but was afraid to try it. It's quite a production, that after 4 times in 4 weeks, we've got down to a science. The first time he made it he burnt most of the crusts. It definitely helps to have two people working together. I didn't make the crust. I used frozen dough balls from Sams Club thawed, cut in half, and rolled out thin to fit the grill shape. 2 dough balls will give you 4 nice sized pizzas. I also precooked the toppings because you can't let it on long enough to cook them. I use finely shredded cheese because it melts faster. Ragu pizza sauce tastes great. He sprays the grill with a little pam before putting crust on. Husband said we'll never go back to baking them in the oven, even during the winter. You've got to try this one! - 19 Aug 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
We have been making this pizza on our gas grill since last summer and have not cooked one in the oven since! Even though it's winter. My husband just rolls up the garage door and cooks! For those that had trouble, keep working at it. Grill med. hot, put the dough on a sheet of aluminum foil dusted with flour so two people can flip it right on the grill. Slick. I have been baking home made breads and pizza dough for over 30 years so maybe that is why I had no trouble. I don't know but what I do know is we LOVE THIS PIZZA! thanks for this keeper! - 27 Jan 2003 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)