Grilling your own pizza is easier than you think. Fol­low these steps for a crisp crust with smoky-good fla­vor.

Taste of Home - - Summer -

Turn your grill into a pizze­ria with our step-by-step guide to fab­u­lous smoky flat­bread.

Prep First

Grilling pizza is a very quick process, so have all your tools ready to go be­fore­hand. If top­pings need to be cooked longer than two to four min­utes, cook them first.

Fire It Up!

You can use a gas or char­coal grill to make grilled pizza. If us­ing gas, pre­heat it to medium tem­per­a­ture. For char­coal, the fire should be mod­er­ately hot. If you can hold your hand 4 inches above the fire for a max of three sec­onds, that’s about right.

Pile On Fla­vor

Heir­loom toma­toes’ seeds have been passed down through gen­er­a­tions because of the fruits’ color, fla­vor and nutri­tional value. Find heir­loom toma­toes at farm­ers mar­kets in the sum­mer and in many spe­cialty gro­cery stores. You can sub­sti­tute reg­u­lar sun-ripened toma­toes if heir­loom va­ri­eties aren’t avail­able.

Smoky Grilled Pizza with Greens & Toma­toes

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