Ever since I wrote this post, I have had a few people ask me how exactly to grill pizza. And, even if you did not ask me you are going to want to know this because it is just that good! Stone and I have found ourselves making this meal at least once a week it is so easy, you can play around with toppings, there is enough for friends to come over and share, and usually you will have left overs for lunch. All good things. One of our favorite toppings that we have tried so far was on Christmas Eve in Colorado when we attempted three pizzas and on one of them put butternut squash, spinach, goat cheese and proscuitto. Sounds a little strange, but turned out to be a favorite of the family.
I really hope you try this out, and tell me how it goes! You won't be disappointed.
Get your grill going at about medium heat.
Take your pizza dough, either bought or homemade, (we get ours from Whole Foods and it is the best!) and work it out until it is evenly thin and in somewhat of a rounded shape. Generously pour olive oil on the top side of the dough and then carefully flip the dough onto the grill with the oiled side down. Let sit on grill for about 5 minutes until it begins to bubble. Remove the dough from grill and you should have one nicely grilled side done. Add the toppings to that grilled side then put the pizza back onto the grill, this time grilling the opposite side. When the cheese melts you are done!