It’s as easy as pie: Kick Pizza Friday up a notch with the grill
By Jace Evans
Frozen pizza has long served as a convenient, affordable way to provide your family with a great meal. For those who are looking to add a kick to their in-home pizza experience, the answer might actually lie in leaving your home.
Throwing your frozen pizza on the grill provides a unique alternative to the typical frozen pizza experience. Below are some tips from Jack’s pizza that will provide you with a fun, safe way to grill your frozen pies.
— Use a gas grill and, with the lid closed, heat to 400 degrees.
— Place pizza directly onto the grate. (Note: Be sure to remove any plastic or cardboard packaging from your frozen pizza first!)
— Cook for 12 to 15 minutes, rotating pizza by a half turn at the six- or seven-minute mark to ensure it will be completely done.
— Use a cooking thermometer to make sure that your pizza has reached 160 degrees. This ensures both safety and quality.
By following these steps, you will have an expertly grilled frozen pizza without having to go through the hassle of playing chef and making a pizza from scratch. This break from the frozen-dinner norm is sure to be a hit with your family.
For more tips about grilling frozen pizzas, visit www.JacksGrilling.com.