This recipe was sponsored by Collective Bias and MorningStar Farms .
If you ‘ve never grilled pizza, you ‘re in for a dainty. The crust comes out sol crispy and toasty, and it is firm enough to hold a fortune of toppings without breaking.
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Grilling is adequate oeuvre on its own, with having to practically bring out your hale kitchen outside. It ‘s worth it, but it ‘s a batch of work !
so rather of making pizza boodle from abrasion and grill it ( may I recommend a big 15 minute pizza dough recipe I use for my Greek Pizza ), I highly recommend making grilled pizza with nan bread as the pizza boodle .
Naan bread pizza
I make nan pizza as a promptly dinner hack reasonably frequently ! boughten nan boodle is the arrant size to make personalized pizza, and it has such a nice texture that is perfect for pizza crust : It ‘s chewy, soft, and firm.
Perfect for loading up toppings.
If you ‘ve never made nan pizza, I truly urge you to give it a try. You might end up wondering why you ‘ve ever bothered to make pizza boodle on your own .
Grilled naan pizza toppings
Alright, now we ‘re getting to the meat of this blog post. Or quite, the vegan kernel option of this blog post !
For this recipe, I decided to go with a vegetarian grill nan pizza, and I used MorningStar Farms vegetable pulled pork, BBQ sauce, and mozzarella cheese as the toppings .
I actually wanted that piquant meaty spirit and texture of a perpetrate pork pizza and wanted to give the vegan pulled pork a try on. It was reasonably dang effective ! !
Of course, you can use ANY pizza toppings you want!
How to grill pizza
Since you ‘re starting with nan boodle, which is already cooked, grilling nan pizza is super quick .
To grill pizza on the bbq, preheat your grill to a super high temperature, about 375-400F. then add your nan pizza that are loaded with toppings, cover the grill, and grill for about 10 minutes, or until the cheese melts, the pizza has nice grill marks, and everything is heated through.
Since you ‘re entirely grilling the pizza for a brusque amount of clock and the toppings are obviously not coming into mastermind contact with the hot grill, you want to make sure that you don’t have any raw meat toppings on your pizza .
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Grilled Naan Pizza
Add some variety to your summer grilling with this crispy, thin-crust Grilled Naan Bread Pizza topped with BBQ veggie pulled pork… or your favorite grilled pizza toppings!
servings (½ pizza each)
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- 2 Naan breads
- ½ cup pizza sauce
- 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese ( or 8 oz fresh mozzarella, sliced )
- 1 cup Veggie Pulled Pork ( or toppings of your choice )
- 4-6 tablespoons barbecue sauce ( or skip if not making a BBQ pizza )
- 2 tablespoons fresh herb , such as marjoram or basil
Preheat your grill to about 375 – 400F (see notes).
Assemble the pizzas by topping each naan bread with half the toppings, and carefully place on the grill.
Cover the grill, and cook for about 10 minutes at about 375-400 F, or until the cheese melts and the naan bread is crispy – check on the pizza to make sure the bottom does not burn if you have direct fire touching the naan. Remove from the grill and garnish with the remaining fresh herbs. Serve immediately.
If your grill has fire touching the pizza directly, then reduce the heat so the bottom does not get scorched/burned and check on the pizza often to make sure it does not turn black on the bottom.
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