I can finally say I have mastered grilled pizza and our pizza is so amazingly yummy.
We were already hooked on sourdough.
We were already hooked on einkorn (an ancient variety of wheat that doesn’t give us any issues).
And now… we are hooked on grilled pizza — our happens to feature an amazingly tasty, tender and crispy, and oh-so-delicious einkorn sourdough crust.
(Which is included in our Einkorn Baking eCourse at Traditional Cooking School; all members get exclusive access.)
So, the last time we had a pizza night, I filmed the entire process. In the next few months, that will turn into a full-fledged lesson on sourdough einkorn grilled pizza in the new class.
However, today, right here, I am sharing a highlight reel that will take you less than 30 seconds to watch (25 seconds if you’re counting)… to show you how easy it is.
And whet your appetite, I hope!
Want to recreate this pizza at home yourself? Late summer and fall gives us another month or two where cooking outside makes total sense — and it’s fun, too!
The Recipes You Need
- Sourdough Pizza Crust (I use einkorn, you can use anything you’d like — wheat, spelt, einkorn, etc.)
- How to Grill Pizza Instructions
- How to Make a Sourdough Starter
By the way, our grill is this 3-burner Big Gas Grill from Camp Chef. It runs a lot hotter than your normal grill, so I rarely go over medium to keep the temperatures up where you need them for pizza.
If you’d like to know more about einkorn, the ancient wheat that’s easier to digest and has more nutrition than modern wheat, check out my Einkorn 101 podcast and How to Make an Einkorn Sourdough Starter.
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