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I start out mixing up some dough. (This here is philpom’s recipe) Slice up some Chicken Tenders, some Red Onion, Red Bell Pepper and grate some Mozzarella cheese. Pre-Heat the kamado to 500 degrees. (Let it stay at 500 for 10 to 15 minutes so as the heat soak the stone) Roll out the dough and spread on some BBQ sauce on. (Approx. ½ cup) Then the Red Onion, Red Bell Peppers, Chicken and Sun Dried Tomato’s. (S.D. Tomatos are optional) Cover that with Mozzarella And then on the pizza stone for 8 minutes. (I've taken to using parchment paper so not to get cheese all over my stone ) Finished Product.
http://youtu.be/SiNP1SQFRAo This pizza turned out pretty good... it's my entry into the Johnsonville Pizza Possibilities contest... The only thing I'm not happy with on this particular pizza is the final appearance... it just doesn't LOOK as good as it tastes...
I’ve been wanting to try pizza on the kamado and did so today. I bought some Trader Joe pizza dough. Grilled up some chicken breasts. Sliced up some red onion. Ground up some fresh Mozzarella. Placed some flour and then the dough on a large poly cutting board. There was a very large learning curve to try and get the dough spread out in an even and any semblance of a semi-round shape. After fighting with the dough for close to 15 minutes (Started over 3 times) I was able to put the pizza together. Spread ½ cup of Stone Leviathan BBQ sauce on the dough. Then the red onion, Provolone cheese slices, 1 diced chicken breast and then the Mozzarella. Here is the result. Placed this in the 500 degree kamado for 8 minutes. Done. Ate that up. OMG! was it good. Everyone said it was among the best they’ve ever had. Tried a second time but added pineapple this time. This also was delicious.
Smore's Pizza on the BBQ! For all the sweet tooth out there today we are making Smore's Pizza on the BBQ! This one is moderate in difficulty in making but if you follow every step you will be fine! I decided to do this one since my daughter and son has been begging me to make it ever since they tryed one at our local Boston Pizza. So today I decided to give it a go! Let's get cooking! Also you can also make this with fresh chocolate cookie dough instead of using pizza dough! Recipe for the Pizza Dough Ingredients 1.5 teaspoon (tsp) active dry yeast 1 cup warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C) 2 1/4 cups pizza flour 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons white sugar Directions 1. In a small bowl, dissolve yeast in warm (110 degrees F) water. Let stand until creamy, about 10 minutes. 2. In a large bowl, combine 2 cups bread flour, olive oil, salt, white sugar and the yeast mixture; stir well to combine. Beat well until a stiff dough has formed. Cover and rise until doubled in volume, about 30 minutes. 3. Meanwhile, preheat BBQ and Pizza stone to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. 4. Turn dough out onto a well floured surface. Form dough into a round and roll out into a pizza crust shape. OK now time to make the Smore's Pizza Ingredients 1/2 cup honey graham crumbs 3 cups mini marshmallows 2 bars dark chocolate or bottle of liquid chocolate 3 tbsp raw sugar 3 tbsp olive oil optional dream whip Direction 1. Brush the outer hedge of pizza with olive oil (a strip all the way around about one and half inch wide.) 2. Sprinkle some raw sugar on the olive oil edge 3. Place pizza in the BBQ on the pizza stone and cook dough half way but if you're using chocolate bars you can put the chocolate bar topping on before doing this. 4. If you went with liquid chocolate like me. When the dough is halfway cooked take it out of the BBQ and put a layer of chocolate and cover with marshmallow. If you already had the chocolate bars on it from the previous step just add the marshmallow! P.S. don't put to much marshmallow since they expend when cooking! 5. Now cook until the marshmallow is melted and nice and golden! 6. Now for the last step take the Smore's pizza out of the BBQ and cover it to taste with the crushed honey graham crumbs. 7. When serving it also pretty good with a little whipped cream (Dream Whip)! Enjoy and Happy Grilling! Another good recipe from my blog: http://hrmcreativebbq.blogspot.ca/