Grilled Meat Pizza
This buffalo chicken pizza recipe is another in a long line of great ways to cook barbecue chicken. The first chicken pizza of this time was introduced in 1985 by California Pizza Kitchen, and was extremely popular for a long time. There were lots of copycat recipes around for a while, but now you do not see this kind of pizza on all that many restaurant menus. That is bad news for those of us craving a buffalo chicken pizza.
Fortunately, we can make one that is just as good at home. This buffalo chicken pizza recipe features bacon, for an extra treat. It is relatively simple to make, as long as you have a prepared pizza crust ready in advance. Hot and delicious out of the oven, this is the remedy for the ordinary pizza.
The first thing to do is add oil and cornmeal to your pizza dough and make sure it is stretched out into the shape you want. This does not have to be square, round or even an equal shape. A rustic shape is just fine too, and it would add that charming homemade look. Barbeque sauce is used on this pizza, which makes a change from the tomato sauce you perhaps usually use, and it combines so nicely with the chicken and bacon which go on next, adding an earthy, meaty flavor, as well as that lovely smoky edge. Continue reading
This creamy grilled pizza is amazing. The rich Alfredo sauce takes on the smoky flavor from the grill just perfectly. The tender chicken goes well with the Alfredo sauce and picks up some benefits from the grill, too. The crust is tender, with a little chewiness to make this pizza one of the all time best combinations ever. If you like fettuccine Alfredo, you will love this pizza even more. Think about your favorite characteristics of your favorite Alfredo dish and apply them to a pizza; this recipe is even better.
You do not need to have tomato sauce on a pizza, and this recipe proves it. Grilled chicken pizza is delicious no matter how you put it together, but the Alfredo sauce really makes it into something special. Serve this as an appetizer at your next summer party or save it for a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary. This recipe will earn its place in your recipe file without any effort at all.
Serve this savory grilled pizza with a fresh green salad with a vinaigrette dressing to help cut the richness of the sauce. You can also cut it into bite size pieces and serve it as a delicious appetizer. Let yourself enjoy this rich delicious chicken pizza. It will quickly become a favorite recipe to use when you need to use up leftover chicken breast. Preparation is fast; you do not need to slave over a hot stove. The sauce is surprisingly easy. Continue reading
Sometimes you just need something a little spicy. Make our hot sausage pizza and you will get what you are craving. The sweet tomatoes, spicy sausage, and mellow bell peppers make a pizza that tastes great. Fire up your grill and let a few of these pizzas start to sizzle. They are so fast to make that you can add them to any meal. Grilling pizzas is the hottest new cooking trend; do not miss out on some of the tastiest pizza you will ever make.
Precook your sausage. You can use slices of sausage links if you like, but crumbled sausage works just fine. Choose your choice of sweet or hot Italian sausage for the best flavor. The creamy cheese melts all over the thin slices of tomatoes, creating an impromptu sauce. The peppers are at their best after being grilled. Be sure you toss the crusts on briefly before you add the toppings. This practice makes the crusts easier to handle and lets the crust brown slightly before you add your toppings.
Serve up this pizza cut into slices for an easy appetizer that everyone will remember. You can also serve individual pizzas as a complete meal or with a side salad. This grilled pizza recipe is one you will return to again and again because of its amazing flavor. You cannot get this from any restaurant; you have to make it at home on your own grill. Once you get the hang of it, you will wonder why you never threw a pizza on the grill before. Continue reading
Grilled pizza recipes are a dime a dozen, but this one is extra special. The bacon really adds a lot of flavor, especially when combined with that creamy Fontina cheese. The fresh rosemary added at the end adds a fresh flavor to contrast with the smokiness of the bacon and flavors imparted by the grill. The homemade sauce with the heirloom tomatoes really is much better than anything from the store. Stock up on heirloom tomatoes when they are in season. Make extra sauce and freeze it for the pizzas you want later in the year.
If you have never grilled pizza before, you are in for a treat. It really is not hard at all. Keep a close eye on your pizzas at all time to make sure you do not overcook them, but even if they get a little black on the bottom, they will taste good. Do not be surprised if it takes a few tries to really get the hang of it. Once you do, however, you will want every pizza cooked on the grill.
Serve your grilled pizza with a fresh green salad to make a complete meal. Make several and cut them up for appetizers. Your friends and family will love this delicious recipe. This simple recipe may become a family favorite, so be prepared to fire up the grill frequently. The dough can be made ahead of time and frozen until you need it. Just take the dough out of the freezer that morning so it can thaw. Continue reading
Grilled pizza recipes come out really nicely because grilling is one of the very best cooking methods for this kind of recipe. This big sausage pizza with cheese is quick and easy to make and it helps to have all the ingredients ready when you are grilling because the pizza crust does not take long to do.
This means have the pizza sauce in a bowl ready to spread and the cheese ready shredded and everything else to hand. When the pizza is cooking, have the lid down at all times unless you are checking on it. The combination of sausage and cheese on this sausage and cheese pizza is really sumptuous and just eating one slice will not be enough!
Take a look at the ingredients you need for this recipe and you will see there are surprisingly few, but do not worry about that because this will be a really flavorful pizza and it will not be lacking anything. Use ready-to-bake dough to make this, to save time and because you will get a nice result using that. The ground sausage needs to be browned because adding raw meat to a pizza is a no-no, and that is the case whether you are working with chicken, beef, pork, or another kind of meat. When you cook a pizza you are heating up the toppings, melting the cheese and crisping the base. Meat might or might not get the chance to cook fully, so it is essential to start off with cooked meat so there is no health and safety risk of undercooked meat. Continue reading
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