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  1. #1
    George Guest

    Default Re: Favorit Grilling Recipes

    John Haverty wrote:
    > Hello, I am new to this group. I am interested in your favorite
    > grilling recipes. I have a Char-Broil gas grill. I am interested in
    > ideas and favorite recipes that you have cooked that you would recommend.
    >
    > Last year (Summer) we did a lot of basic chicken, steaks, etc., but I am
    > looking for recipes that go beyond the basic and that you recommend. We
    > have done seafood in the past.
    >
    > Thank you!
    >
    > John
    >

    Grilled pizza works well. Make some basic dough and then stretch pieces
    it out to make small pizzas. Shape is not important. Cook one side and
    flip and then add minimilist toppings and cook until done.

  2. #2
    Kent Guest

    Default Re: Favorit Grilling Recipes


    "George" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected] ..
    > John Haverty wrote:
    >> Hello, I am new to this group. I am interested in your favorite grilling
    >> recipes. I have a Char-Broil gas grill. I am interested in ideas and
    >> favorite recipes that you have cooked that you would recommend.
    >>
    >> Last year (Summer) we did a lot of basic chicken, steaks, etc., but I am
    >> looking for recipes that go beyond the basic and that you recommend. We
    >> have done seafood in the past.
    >>
    >> Thank you!
    >>
    >> John
    >>

    > Grilled pizza works well. Make some basic dough and then stretch pieces it
    > out to make small pizzas. Shape is not important. Cook one side and flip
    > and then add minimilist toppings and cook until done.
    >
    >

    For me pizza doesn't bake properly when cooked directly on a gas grill. The
    bottom heat is too high; the crust gets crisp before the top is cooked. This
    most true with any pizza containing sausage. If anything works, it would be
    the simple Pizza Margharita[tomatoes, cheese and nothing else].

    I have a new technique that works much better. Put a stone of some kind on
    the grate and with a peel put the pizza onto that. You have to warm the
    stone at least 15 minutes to make it work.. I use the cheapest stone from
    Walmart laid on a large pizza pan for this. You could use an about to
    "discard cookie sheet", though not a nonstick one.
    This creates a "pizza oven" like atmosphere, and the pizza cooks pretty
    well. It's sort of like a "gas "wood burning brick oven".

    Cheers,

    Kent




  3. #3
    John Haverty Guest

    Default Re: Favorit Grilling Recipes

    On Sat, 12 Apr 2008, George wrote in rec.food.cooking today:

    > Grilled pizza works well. Make some basic dough and then stretch pieces it
    > out to make small pizzas. Shape is not important. Cook one side and flip and
    > then add minimilist toppings and cook until done.


    That does sound good! I think I saw them doing it on the cooking channel
    during the winter. I forgot all about that from the cooking channel.

    Thanks!

    John


  4. #4
    Chile Fiend Guest

    Default Re: Favorit Grilling Recipes

    "Kent" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    >
    > "George" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected] ..
    >> John Haverty wrote:
    >>> Hello, I am new to this group. I am interested in your favorite
    >>> grilling recipes. I have a Char-Broil gas grill. I am interested
    >>> in ideas and favorite recipes that you have cooked that you would
    >>> recommend.
    >>>
    >>> Last year (Summer) we did a lot of basic chicken, steaks, etc., but
    >>> I am looking for recipes that go beyond the basic and that you
    >>> recommend. We have done seafood in the past.
    >>>
    >>> Thank you!
    >>>
    >>> John
    >>>

    >> Grilled pizza works well. Make some basic dough and then stretch
    >> pieces it out to make small pizzas. Shape is not important. Cook one
    >> side and flip and then add minimilist toppings and cook until done.
    >>
    >>

    > For me pizza doesn't bake properly when cooked directly on a gas
    > grill. The bottom heat is too high; the crust gets crisp before the
    > top is cooked. This most true with any pizza containing sausage. If
    > anything works, it would be the simple Pizza Margharita[tomatoes,
    > cheese and nothing else].
    >
    > I have a new technique that works much better. Put a stone of some
    > kind on the grate and with a peel put the pizza onto that. You have to
    > warm the stone at least 15 minutes to make it work.. I use the
    > cheapest stone from Walmart laid on a large pizza pan for this. You
    > could use an about to "discard cookie sheet", though not a nonstick
    > one. This creates a "pizza oven" like atmosphere, and the pizza cooks
    > pretty well. It's sort of like a "gas "wood burning brick oven".
    >
    > Cheers,
    >
    > Kent
    >
    >
    >


    +1 to using a pizza stone. I do this and the pizza is amazing. Great
    crisy crust with nice bubbles and a slight charring.

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