Where I live in Georgia, we typically don't have a "Spring" season. We may have one or two really nice days between March and May but pretty much you can expect it to go straight from winter to the hot stickiness that is the deep south. This year has been quite the exception. The weather has been amazing and well, Spring-like! Low 70's, breezy, no humidity. Just lovely! And we have been spending more time than ever outside - playing, eating and cooking.
We also did this last summer - turned our backyard into a brick courtyard because we cannot grow grass to save our lives (too shady!). It was the best thing we could have done, so relaxing. But, onto our dinner!
If you've never tried grilled pizzas, you have to - absolutely amazing. The dough gets crispy and the cheese melts so perfectly. It's so easy to do any ingredients you like! You'll throw the dough on first, so have all of your ingredients prepped and right next to you on the grill.
This makes 2 pizzas (about 9x13" each) and this recipe is for one of them. We actually did my Ranch Barbecue Chicken Pizza on the other dough. Just remember to double your ingredients if you want to do this white pizza on both.
Grilled White Pizza with Tomatoes
1 pound pizza dough, divided into 2 equal pieces
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon minced garlic
1 Roma tomato, sliced
1 cup shredded pizza cheese (mix of mozzarella, Parmesan and Romano cheese)
2 tablespoons Italian seasoning
Preheat your grill to medium. Roll the pizza dough very thin (in whatever shape you like) to about 9x13" and place on a baking sheet. Combine the olive oil and minced garlic in a small bowl. Carry the dough, tomatoes, cheese, olive oil mixture and a pastry brush out to the preheated grill.
Carefully lay the dough onto the lower part of the grill and immediately brush the olive oil and garlic onto the dough. Place the sliced tomatoes, followed by the shredded cheese and Italian seasoning. Close the lid to help the cheese melt a little but it doesn't take long for the dough to cook - about 4-5 minutes. Keep checking and pull off when dough is crispy and cheese is bubbling and melted. Cut into bite size squares.