Yesterday was the first really nice weather we’ve seen since last year. I went for a long hike, and decided that dinner would be cooked on the grill.
I had 2 pizza doughs I bought for focaccia bread (and never made it) that I got from a local bakery. I saw that we had some shredded cheese, so pizza it was! I figured I would make my favorite potato and rosemary pizza. It was only fair that I make my husband’s favorite also -buffalo chicken pizza.
I started the potato rosemary pizza first. I floured my board and pressed out the air bubbles in the dough working from the center out to the edges.
Next, I drizzled a bit of olive oil onto a baking sheet, and put the dough onto it.
I wasn’t going for circular, I just wanted the most pizza on the pan 😉
I sprinkled shredded mozzarella onto the dough.
I sliced up a red potato as thinly as I could
Onto the cheesy dough they went. I lightly sprinkled garlic powder (because I hate chunks), some freshly ground black pepper, rosemary, and olive oil. I don’t add salt because the cheese is already pretty salty.
I took the chicken off of the grill and plopped the cookie sheet on.
Our neighbors were outside watching the crazy lady photograph her food on the grill again! HAHAH!
Cook this baby until golden brown (about 20 minutes @ 400)
Remove from the grill & baking sheet. Place onto a sturdy cutting board. Use a pizza slicer or in my case, the craziest giant serrated knife you can find.
Next up was the buffalo chicken.
Do the same first steps as the previous pizza.
Bang out the dough, oil the pan.
I got a little corny with this one and my his pizza into a heart shape *gag* lol!
He hates blue cheese, so I only put a little on my corner.
I added shredded Mexican cheese, then chunks of grilled chicken, buffalo sauce, and celery.
Onto the grill for 20 minutes and voila!
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