Making pizzas on the grill is lots of fun! Fruit pizzas might not be for everyone, but for sure they look pretty, don't they? For a finishing touch, I drizzled some honey to add more sweetness and flavor! You might want to have them with some fruity wine. Or maybe for breakfast with coffee? Enjoy! Happy 4th of July, everyone!!!
Step 1: Ingredients
Dough Ball (store purchase) - one
Shredded Mozzarella Cheese - 1 cup
Ricotta Cheese - 1/2 cup
* Although I used a different brand this time, Polly-O Ricotta Cheese (http://www.kraftbrands.com/pollyo/) is my favorite because of creaminess.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil - 2 table spoons
Flour - 1/2 cup
Peaches - one or two
Raspberries - 1/4 cup
Blueberries - 1/4 cup
Figs - a few
Arugula - 1/2 cup
Basil - a few leaves
Honey - 1/4 cup
* Sliced Almonds (option)
* Cocoa Powder (option)
Step 3: Stretch each dough about 8 inch circle by hand
When you stretch the dough, you have to apply some flour so that they don't stick to your hands.
Step 4: Throw them on the grill
I preheated the grill really high, and then turned it down to low, so the dough doesn't get burned.
However, some people like it crispier. If so, you can keep the flame high and grill it for 30 seconds or so.
It's totally up to you!
When you started to see dough rising, then flip it over to grill the other side.
Step 6: Decorate the pizzas with some toppings!
Slice peaches and figs. Drizzle some olive oil over arugula and toss them, so they stay fresh.
Tear some basil leaves into smaller pieces by hand.
Start with adding Mozzarella cheese on the crust. And add some Ricotta cheese just for peach and berry pizzas.
#1) Arugula and figs
#3) Raspberries and blueberries
Drizzle some honey over the pizzas!
Step 7: Put the pizzas back on the gill
Put the pizzas back on the grill and cover the lid.
It only takes a few minutes since I am just warming up the toppings and melt the cheese.