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Grillin’ Pizza #7589877 08/26/19 03:36 PM
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Who here has mastered this? Pics please

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You can go about grilled pizza a couple ways, depending on how much work you want to do. We use a Traeger pellet grill and usually use oak pellets.
Simple way is buy a Papa Murphy pizza of your choice and use a pizza stone to cook on.
More elaborate way is a double crust pie in a cast iron skillet dressed with any ingredients you desire. One of our distinguished posters started a thread on this method.

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I love homemade pizza on my pellet grill . The only way I eat it now . The one above looks great .


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If you want to step up your pizza game (and other high temp cooking needs), get one of these. https://www.bakerstonebox.com/

This sits on the grill and gets upwards of 900 degrees inside. Pizza is done in minutes and tastes better than anything you can get delivered. Good for vegetables and steaks too.

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Been grilling pizza for years. Simply delicious

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Well BigPig, I don’t see proof . . . . Pottna!!! roflmao

Dang I gotta start doing this. I love me some grilled pizza

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Well BigPig, I don’t see proof . . . . Pottna!!! roflmao

Dang I gotta start doing this. I love me some grilled pizza



Man all this pizza looks great. I've never had grilled pizza....

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Originally Posted by krmitchell
If you want to step up your pizza game (and other high temp cooking needs), get one of these. https://www.bakerstonebox.com/

This sits on the grill and gets upwards of 900 degrees inside. Pizza is done in minutes and tastes better than anything you can get delivered. Good for vegetables and steaks too.

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Now that looks Dayum good food


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Originally Posted by Pigsicles
You can go about grilled pizza a couple ways, depending on how much work you want to do. We use a Traeger pellet grill and usually use oak pellets.
Simple way is buy a Papa Murphy pizza of your choice and use a pizza stone to cook on.
More elaborate way is a double crust pie in a cast iron skillet dressed with any ingredients you desire. One of our distinguished posters started a thread on this method.

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Just throw the skillet on the grill?

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Yes, just put the skillet on the grill. The pizza does turn out darker from the smoke (using a Traeger) but the flavor is awesome.


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