Saturday, May 24, 2008


Corey and I like making homemade pizza on the grill. I thought I'd share the best pizza sauce recipe ever. We've been using this recipe for quite awhile now. The only adjustments we make is to decrease the cayenne by 1/2 and use about 1/2 teaspoon salt. We make our own dough too, using the breadmaker. Once you have the dough, all you do is put a little olive oil on each side and throw it straight onto the hot grill. After it sets up a bit, flip it. Take it off the grill while it is still slightly doughy. Then add your sauce and toppings. Put a piece of aluminum foil on the grill, turn it down a bit and put the pizza's back on the grill (shut the lid). Grill until the cheese gets nice and melty. If you feel like it, you can stick it under the broiler in the oven for a sec to really make it nice and brown. Yum.


Laura, Chef Laura said...

OH MY! That looks amazing! Thanks for sharing your recipe too! Oh, and by the way, you failed to mention that the idea of you eating pizza was mine.....;0

Nin said...

Ooh, I'd never thought of pizza on a grill before, I'll have to try it...when I am eventually in the same country as my husband!

Sara said...

Thank you for aharing the pizza sauce recipe! Somehow I always end up using plain tomato, which never tastes right!
Yours look insanely good!