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Gluten Free Pizza On The Grill?
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I like the Bob's Red Mill pizza crust mix and was thinking on trying to make it on the grill. Has anyone tried this? I don't have a pizza stone which would probably make it better.

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That sounds yummy. I've never tried it, but i know people grill pizza all the time. Go for it. Add some pinneapple and mushrooms for a summer pizza haha. YUMMM can i come over for dinner lol

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Yes - we do this. It is our favourite way (other than in our wood-fired outdoor oven in Croatia, of course :P ). I make my own crust, though; I have a couple of recipes you can actually roll out which is glorious!

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love2travel, do you cook it right on the grill or on a cookie sheet or pizza stone? Do you have a temperature for the grill? We have a gas grill.

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I've done this and it's awesome! We just put it right on the grill, crust only to begin with, cook 1 side, then take off grill and add sauce and toppings and back to the grill it goes till toppings are cooked and the crust is to your liking! Soooooo, yummy!!!!' 😃😃😃

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I would love to try this but I use Gluten Free Pantry French Bread mix for my dough and it is really more like a batter.

I have seen many recipes using "regular" pizza dough and they all put it directly on the grill.

My problem is that I can't tolerate soy, legumes, or tapioca.

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I haven't done this yet, but.... given how gluten free doughs tend to have surprising behaviors, I think I would at least use aluminum foil or a metal pan the first time on a grill. I could just see all this expensive, gluten-free pizza dough sticking badly or going *splat* thru the rungs of the grill and then going up in flames. :ph34r::lol::blink:

Now, if it were a pre purchased frozen gluten-free crust, it might hold together, but nothing I have ever made at home was thick and sturdy enough that it could hold the toppings all by its lonesome and then be slung around. B)

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If my memory serves me right, pampered chef makes a pizza pan created especially for the grill 😄

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If you make pizza that you can roll out, you can direct grill it. We do this and love it!

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