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Most Friday nights at our house mean homemade pizza BUT with near 90-degree weather and a broken air conditioner, the last thing I wanted to do was heat up the oven. Grilling pizza was the perfect answer! It made crunchy, chewy crust and kept the house from warming up. Plus, it was ready faster than if I’d put it in the oven. We’ll definitely be using this technique again!

To Make:

1 batch pizza dough (here’s our go-to recipe if you’re looking for one)
Olive oil
Favorite pizza toppings

Prepare pizza dough according to instructions. Roll out to desired size and brush olive oil on both sides and place on a pan. Ignite the grill and heat to about 350F. Carefully put the dough on the hot grill, shut the lid, and let cook for about four minutes, checking for hotspots that might scorch the dough. Flip over and carefully put the ingredients on the top. Close the lid and grill another four minutes or until cheese is melted. Carefully transfer to pan. Cool a minute or two before slicing.


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