Pizza on the Grill
The first step to making this delicious meal is to thank my sweet girl friend over at INOKWAKA who taught us how to prepare this amazingly fun family meal years back. Then after you do that, pull out your bread machine. We have a great bread machine that my momma blessed us with and we use all the time for dough....this dough especially. If you do not have recipe, email me and I'll help you out. :)
This is the mixing and kneading stage. It take 1.5 hours so go do something productive, like laundry or cleaning up the mess you made preparing the dough.
I didn't show the rolling out process or the cutting of the veggies in pictures, so here's the in-between steps.
1. When the dough is complete, place it in a freezer bag. Take out the air and place in the fridge for the day.
2. We buy Italian sausage in bulk at Costco. Fry up about 5 or 6 sausages. Place a paper towel in a bowl and scoop the sausage in to drain.
3. Cut up your favorite veggies.
4. We love Pineapple. You can buy canned or cut up fresh. We choose fresh most of the time.
5. The sauce is up to you. We use Prego spaghetti sauce but we've tried ranch and pesto. Honestly, there are so many options.
6. When it's time to cook the pizzas, roll out your dough on a floured surface. We make individual pizzas.
Now it's time to grill your pizza!
Grab some Olive Oil and baste both sides. Turn on your grill on low to preheat. After it has preheated take your dough and place on the grill. Watch it carefully to rise. This takes about 5 minutes or so depending on your grill. At this time, turn off your grill, flip the pizza dough and prepare your personal pizza. Once they are all prepared, turn your grill on low again. Close the lid and watch carefully. After a few minutes you may want to move your pizzas around on the grill depending on your grill. Ours has irregular heat elements so we move it all around. You will know by "the look" when it's done.
Ta da! Dinner's on!