Full disclosure here… I really should have titled this post “Tony Tries It, Again: Grilled Frozen Pizza”. You see, I have tried grilling frozen pizzas one other time before but that time the results were disastrous.
can i buy levitra over the counter I didn’t plan in advance. I didn’t research tips for grilling frozen pizzas and I didn’t pay close attention while I was grilling it. What followed were lots of smoke, a grill fire, and one inedible frozen pizza burnt beyond recognition.
That incident happened several years ago and it’s kept me from trying it again… until now. A recent heatwave made me want to give it another try. I love frozen pizza. They’re cheap, easy, and taste great. What I don’t love is heating up the house when the air conditioning is running.
History was not going to repeat itself. This time before trying to grill a frozen pizza I did my homework. Some internet research led me to the Jack’s Pizza website and their instructions for grilling frozen pizza. It just so happened that we had two Jack’s Pizzas in our freezer; a Canadian Bacon and a Sausage and Pepperoni.
Armed with this new knowledge I was ready to give it another go. I got the temperature on our Mr. Steak gas grill dialed into 400 degrees; the perfect temperature.
It was time to put the pizza on the grill.
This time I stayed close to the grill and followed the instructions… and this time the pizza turned out perfectly!
The cheese was all melted and the crust was crispy. Crispier than it gets in our oven. There were even a few small spots with a little char on it that I think enhanced the grilled flavor. It was a big hit with my family.I will definitely be grilling more frozen pizzas… especially when I don’t want to heat up the house.
Next time I will try grilling two frozen pizzas at a time. I think there’s just enough room on my grill to squeeze two on there. For this experiment, I didn’t want to push the limits. After all, I do have a history of setting pizzas on fire! 😉