Grilled Flatbread Pizza

I have to give Kevin total credit for this recipe.  He created this Sunday night, and I couldn’t have been happier…

This is a Smoked Gouda, prosciutto, tomato, basil, flatbread.

Are you seeing all of that melted Gouda?

All he did was roll out some refrigerated pizza dough.  He then infused some olive oil with garlic, (just heat them together on the stove), and brushed both sides of the pizza dough.  Next he took it to the grill.

We’re a charcoal family.

Meanwhile, I cooked the prosciutto in a skillet for just a bit.

Once the dough was cooked (this only took a few minutes) Kevin topped it with shredded Gouda, tomatoes, and the prosciutto and put it in the oven just to get it all melty.

Once it’s melted add some chopped basil and serve!

This had a ton of flavor…and for a girl who loves Smoked Gouda, I was in heaven.  Now, obviously you can use whatever toppings you want, or you could just grill the dough and dip it in some hummus, whatever!

So what’s your take on the smoked cheeses?  If it’s smoked, I’m a fan.

Grilled Flatbread Pizza

1 roll refrigerated pizza dough, 1 package prosciutto, chopped tomatoes (to taste) chopped basil (to taste) 1/4 cup olive oil, 3 cloves garlic, 1-2 cups smoked gouda

Directions:  Before you begin get your toppings ready.  Shred the cheese, cook the prosciutto, and chop the tomatoes and basil. Put aside. Unroll the pizza dough on a foil lined cookie sheet.  In a small saucepan heat the olive oil and garlic together being careful not to burn the garlic.  Brush both sides of the dough with the infused olive oil. Place the dough on a hot grill for about 2 minutes each side.  Remove from the grill and add the toppings. Place in a 350 degree oven until the cheese is melted.  Cut and serve.

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6 thoughts on “Grilled Flatbread Pizza

  1. Um YUM! Alan and I make homemade pizzas all the time, but have never tried from the grill! We’ll have to give this a try next time!! 🙂

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