Grill this pulled pork pizza on the bar­be­cue

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(NC) Whether you’re plan­ning a small get-to­gether with friends, or an all-out back­yard bash, a great menu is a good start­ing point. “If you love sum­mer en­ter­tain­ing but you’re tired of burg­ers, it’s easy to switch it up.” says Frank Spada­fina, the food prod­uct de­vel­op­ment man­ager with Wal­mart. “A grilled pizza is a great way to get that bar­be­cue taste and use all your fresh in­gre­di­ents. This recipe screams sum­mer with pulled pork, sweet pineap­ple and our tangy Carolina bar­be­cue sauce.”

Grilled Pulled Pork Pizza In­gre­di­ents:

1 pizza crust 1 pack­age of Our Finest Pulled Pork Shoul­der 1 tbsp Cold Pressed Ex­tra Vir­gin Olive Oil ½ small red onion ¼ finely chopped pineap­ple ½ cup (125 ml) Our Finest Carolina

Style Bar­beque Sauce 1 cup shred­ded moz­zarella cheese


Pre­pare the pulled pork shoul­der ac­cord­ing to the di­rec­tions on pack­age and set aside. Heat bar­be­cue to 400°F (200 C). Spread bar­be­cue sauce on heated crust, top with onion, pineap­ple, pork and cheese. Place on grill, then turn off and cook for 4-6 min­utes, check­ing and mov­ing the pizza reg­u­larly.

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