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I LOVED this! I'm not sure why i never tried pizza on the BBQ before but Im sure glad i did and it will for sure become popular on our summer menu:) I used homemade dough rather than store bought and it worked out great! Also used the Blue Ribbon bbq sauce i received in my missing ingredient package..and WOW..LOVE it! Added some red onion just because and used yellow and red tomatoes. This is such a great way for people to customize their own pizzas. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
I made two pizzas; one as is and the other to suit our taste. The first (the original recipe) was bland but really loved the idea of grilling on the BBQ. I'm glad I made a second one because adding more ingredients really brought that pizza to a different level. The only downside was we ran out of propane while cooking the 2nd one so we finished it in the oven. The ingredients I added on the second one was; spread tomato paste at the bottom and top with BBQ sauce shredded chicken instead of chopped sliced red onion sliced red pepper garlic salt Italian seasoning black pepper and I substituted Mexicana mild along with Habanero shredded cheese instead of Colby-Monterey Jack cheese and sprinkle fresh chopped parsley. Beside the mild flavor from the original one it was interesting to try a new way of cooking pizza and using chicken and tomatoes which for us was a first.
We really liked this. I used Prairie Smoke & Spice Blue Ribbin Sweet Sauce from the Missing Ingredient for the barbeque sauce. I did substitute some things used ingredients that I had. Instead of dough I used naan bread mozzarella cheese and added mushrooms instead of tomatoes. It was the first time we had made pizzas on the grill but it won't be the last!
This recipe is so good! I recommend using a spicy bbq sauce to max. the flavour you'll get. This recipe is easily customized. For example I added feta cheese and used Monterey jack instead of Colby. I'll be making this one again for sure!
I thought this was great! The BBQ sauce I used was sweet and spicy. A perfect compliment to the BBQ flavoured rotisserie chicken I used. I followed all the ingredients and amounts but added a little red onion and red pepper to it. The pizza dough I had was not working for me no matter what I did it had holes and it fell apart so last minute I ran out and got a pre-made crust as all my fillings were ready and waiting! Here in Canada the only cheese I could find was a mild Mexicana blend with Colby Jack and Cheddar cheese. Besides the red onion and red pepper I don't think I'd add anything else it's perfect. Great for a summer time cook-out!
I made this pizza for dinner and we loved it! I used Blue Ribbin' Sweet Sauce BBQ sauce and the end result was loved by adults and kids a like. I did make a few changes though...I added red onion and goat cheese and removed the tomatoes (kiddo's don't ike them) - needless to say the pizza is also versatile with respect to the toppings.
This is a genius idea! I made the recipe as written except we cooked it on a perforated bbq pan instead of directly on the grill. That way I was able to take the pan back to the kitchen to add the remaining ingredients instead of at the barbecue. Oh one more change - I caramelized a yellow onion and added that on top of the other ingredients. We loved it and can't wait to try this again and mix it up a bit! Thanks so much for the recipe!
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