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"Sweet Heat" Pizza


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Decided to fire up the KJ for my first pizza cook last night. We had a bad stretch of storms come through and were under a tornado watch...but I was hungry so we made it happen B)

 

Made my own crust using John's recipe. Toppings consisted of sausage, banana peppers, spinach and a honey drizzle once I took it off the grill. Decided to label this one "Sweet Heat."

 

Had some trouble getting the KJ up to 900 but seemed to work fine at 750.

 

Overall, it was really good. Can't wait for our next pizza night!

 

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On 1/13/2020 at 9:55 AM, keeperovdeflame said:

That sounds like a very flavorful pie,  I love the sweet / heat flavor component. I often use honey infused with hot chilis to give my pies a little sing. 


I definitely lean towards the sweet but my wife loves the heat, so this was a good middle ground!

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