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I did this baby up for Sunday Lunch....




I was trying a new dough recipe, that I believe is a keeper!


In case anyone is wondering, my "Pizza Stone" is a 15" octagon Kiln Shelf that I space up off the grill about 1.5" with Kiln Shelf Legs 

post #2 of 6
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My Dough Recipe:


-3 1/4 Cups All Purpose (I've used King Author Unbleached White Whole Wheat Flour, or Unbleached Bread Flour, or a mix of the 2)

-1/4 Tsp Active Dry Yeast

-2 Tsp Fine Salt

-1 1/2 Cups Water


Throw Everything in a bowl, mix well


Cover with plastic wrap and let it peculate at room temp until more than doubled... I let it sit for around 14-18 hours... or until I get ready


Divide the dough into 3-4 equal parts (depending how big I want to make each one


Cloak the each dough ball, wrap the unused ones and throw them in the 'fidge.

post #3 of 6
Fine looking pies you have there. What temp do you bake them at on your grill?
post #4 of 6

That looks just beautiful!!! Cheers! - Leah

post #5 of 6

Those look awesome.


That's about the same recipe that I use.  Difference is that I always proof my yeast in about 1/2 cup warm water with a pinch of sugar.  When it has a big foamy head on it I mix it up.  I estimate the water based on how the finished dough turns out.  Let it rise for an hour, or until doubled, then form into 2 pies.

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Thanks for the replies everyone!



Originally Posted by gotbags-10 View Post

Fine looking pies you have there. What temp do you bake them at on your grill?

 I fire up all 3 burners and usually get it up around 450-500 on the lid thermometer,  Then I shutdown the burner under the stone to Low when the pizza hits the stone


I spin the pie about 1/4 turn every 3-4 minutes to keep the cooking even

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