- 1 can of pre-made pizza dough (I used Pillsbury classic crust)
- BBQ sauce
- Alfredo sauce
- Left over cooked pulled pork
- Goat cheese
- Parmesan cheese
- Fresh rosemary
I have not listed specific amounts of ingredients because I want you to get creative and use the amount YOU want.
Fire up the grill and get it to about 500 degrees. Grease the grill grates using tongs with a paper towel soaked in your choice of olive/canola/veggie oil. Open dough can a spread out the dough into a large rectangle. Use all purpose flour to lightly sprinkle each side of dough and spread flour around on dough with your hands (to prevent dough from sticking to grill). Cut the dough into 4 smaller rectangles with pizza cutter. Place the dough on grill using a spatula and cook for about 2-3 min (until bottom is crispy but not burned). Using spatula, take dough off grill and flip over to apply toppings on the cooked side of dough.
Toppings: Place 1 spoonful of Alfredo sauce on each piece of cooked dough and follow with a spoonful of BBQ sauce. Spread the sauce around using spoon to mix on the dough. Top each pizza with pulled pork, goat cheese, Parmesan cheese, and fresh rosemary. Place the pizzas back on the grill with the uncooked side down with the toppings on top. Cook for another 2-3 min or until the bottom of dough is crispy.
Y'all...this pizza is to die for! The description seems lengthy and difficult, but it is so easy.
Origin: my own concoction