GRILLED PIZZA!

Prosciutto, arugula, sun-dried tomatoes and shaved parm is one of my favorite pizza’ to make on the grill. Have you tried grilling pizza, the crust turns out great!

Rolling out the dough, crossing my fingers hoping my picky eater granddaughter will will take a bite of the pizza she makes!
Brush the top with olive oil, flip it over and keep it on the grill till it starts to bubble up, check for nice grill marks.

When you can see grill marks and the dough is crispy, flip it over again, now on the cooked side brush with olive oil then lay on all your ingredients, close lid and cook till cheese melts.


The freshest of ingredients taste the very best! Cherry tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil. BTW, my granddaughter ended up eating the pizza she made, cheese only, hey, but it’s a start!
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  1. Anonymous says:

    She is still talking about that pizza too!

  2. She IS a cutie pie! I always say you have to get the kids involved with their food and the pickiest eaters will go for it. That’s wonderful! Maybe you can make home made macaroni with her next, Grandma? The pizza looks so delicious. I love all the ingredients you mentioned.

  3. aww that is soo sweet. must’ve made so happy to see her eat . Reminds me of when i was little my mum too gave me a rolling pin and some dough to make some indian flat bread and i used to make these really small ones and give then to everyone who came to my house to eat .Hahaha…they still remember it :p She’ll be glad that u made her do this.And you even have pictures of it…Perfect !!!

  4. Maryann, Thanks! Ravioli time is coming up! We will get her involved with that too, hopefully her tastebuds are changing!!!

    Kate
    Thanks for the comments, I checked out your blog, great site I will be back! Isn’t it fun to document our food lives??

  5. I will have to try this again as my dough stuck to the grill and turned into a disaster. Maybe I didn’t use enough olive oil. But you right – you can’t beat the flavor on the grill, unless you have a pizza oven, of course!

  6. Passionate palate, You have to burn off your grill for a while, then lightly oil it, and of course brush olive oil on both sides of the dough. You shouldn’t have a problem next time! Good Luck!

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