With one simple kitchen tool, you can turn your kettle grill into a pizza oven! We whipped up a grilled homestyle pizza with a honey sriracha glaze recipe we think you'll love!
Grilling pizza is one of our favorite summer tasks and we’ve made a decent pizza for quite a while just putting our pizza stone on our kettle grill. But this summer we decided to see if we could turn our grill into a more legitimate pizza oven.
Enter the Pizzacraft PizzaQue, a simple attachment to the grill that helps to dramatically raise the heat inside the grill and looks pretty awesome too. Let’s get started!
Preheat grill and pizza stone following instructions included within Pizza Que. Be sure to use their included pizza stone! We got a little excited and used our normal pizza stone before we read all the directions and it broke our stone (a good testament to the intense heat!).
Once grill is preheated (and not before!) dust dough and cutting board thoroughly with flour. Press or roll dough to desired thickness turning frequently to be sure bottom is not sticking.
Sprinkle pizza peel heavily with cornmeal and transfer dough to peel. Quickly add sauce.
Cheese. Pepperoni and Red Onions.
Mushrooms. Fresh herbs (I like thyme and oregano), a sprinkle of salt, pepper and red pepper flakes if you like.
Then get it right onto the grill! If you wait too long the dough will start to rise and will stick to peel and you will end up with a mess.
Cook to desired level of doneness (between 7-20 minutes depending on how hot you are able to get your grill). The last 2 minutes of cooking brush on the Sriracha honey glaze on crust if desired.
Slice into wedges and top pizza with greens, red chili flakes and honey if desired.
For the Sauce: