Curt's Italian Personal Pan Grilled Pizza's

Our family has our own pizza dough recipe, however you can buy it and make this is no time!
Use your imagination for your own toppings... we like pepperoni, peppers and mushrooms

Heat the grill on low heat

You will need:

1 pound of store purchased dough or use our family recipe  CLICK HERE
1 can of pizza sauce or homemade marinara CLICK HERE
Toppings of choice suggestions would be sausage slices, pepperoni, mushrooms, eggplant slices, pineapple and ham combination, olives, anchovies, shrimp, meatballs sliced
shredded mozzarella cheese
pecorino romano grating cheese
oregano, garlic powder, fresh basil chopped
olive oil
deep dish pie plate or cast iron fry pan

Like your pie pan or use a heavy cast iron pan, lightly put a film of olive oil on the bottom. Stretch dough out and let rise for around an hour. Place on the hot heated grill for around two minutes. Take off using heavy pot holders to prevent getting burned.  Add the sauce, toppings of choice, herbs, spices and grating cheese,  place back on the grill closing the cover and cook until the pizza starts to brown for around 15 minutes, on low checking often to make sure the bottom isn't burning. Sprinkle with mozzarella.  Continue cooking until the cheese is melted a few more minutes.

 Tip Note: the reason to cook the dough a little before adding the sauce and toppings, so the moisture won't seep in making it doughy, soggy or undercooked in the center.

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Ellen B Cookery said…
This is awesome and thanks for sharing your family's dough recipe! I love authentic recipes and am adding that to my recipe box :)
Greg said…
This looks delicious. I am going to ave o give his a try.
Joanne said…
I don't know anyone who can say no to pizza. Homemade is so much better. I'm going to check out your dough recipe.
luke said…
Like I told your mom
This is the famlia reciepe. This ain't no Bushes beans and a talking dog
luke said…
Like I told your mom
This is a familiar reciepe. Its not Bushes beans and a talking dog
Elisabeth said…
Curt, your pizza is so droolworthy, and your family recipe for the dough. Thanks for sharing:D
Savoring Italy said…
Looking good, Curt. I want to have "pizza night" every night. I also want to try out your dough recipe. Looks like a keeper!
Angie's Recipes said…
It looks salivating! Love pepperoni topping!
Pam said…
Curt, thanks for the dough recipe and the tip about cooking it first. These are the perfect toppings for pizza and I'm trying it your way!
My whole family would love these! Thanks for another great recipe, Curt~
Alida said…
this is a very nice pizza. Looks so delicious. I love the toppings too!
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Amelia said…
Hi Curt, your pizza look really good.
You're a good cook, bravo to you.
Thanks for sharing your recipe.

Have a nice weekend.