Has anyone tried this pizza dough recipe on the grill? I'm thinking that I'll cook the dough a bit on each side before applying the toppings. Any other tips?
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I think this pizza would definitely work on the grill; be sure, however, to brush one side of the stretched dough with olive oil before you put it on the grill. Flip, and add toppings!
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I have made this on the grill twice. Works great! This is my go to crust no matter what I am using for toppings.
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