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Yesterday's quick lunch

BamaBackdraftBamaBackdraft Posts: 318
edited 10:03PM in EggHead Forum
Had a Mama Mary's pizza crust in the fridge, some left over grilled chicken, alfredo sauce in the cabinet. HMMMMMM.


After seeing CDC's post yesterday had a craving for Pizza Alfredo.
Fired up the BGE and went inside to get to work. Painted a little EVOO on the crust and threw it on the stone for 5 min.


Put on the above stuff with some varigated basil from the herb planter and sprinkled on some parmesan cheese.


20 minutes at 525 dome.


Crust was a little to done for me. Will skip the pre-toast next time. One hour from uncovering the grill to eating pie. Not the best crust in the world but come in handy for a quicky :whistle:


  • BeliBeli Posts: 10,751
    Looks great...ís that paper in between the pizza & the stone????' what type?? suppose to avoid sticking.......
  • Parchment paper used in baking. Saw others on this site using it and it makes getting the pies on and off so much easier.
  • Grillin GuyGrillin Guy Posts: 302
    Do you use any corn meal on the pizza stone when you use the parchment paper?
  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    You don't need it. -RP
  • Martyr82Martyr82 Posts: 24
    I picked up the same brand of pizza crust myself this past weekend. I didn't pre toast mine and it was still plenty done, even though I followed the directions on the pakage. I'm looking forward to taking the time and mixing one from a mix or from scratch and seeing how that works out.

  • Grillin GuyGrillin Guy Posts: 302
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