This bread is great by itself, or as a quick grilled pizza crust, or even as quick tasty pita bread for gyros and such.
Mix up to 4 1/2 cups flour (may be a little less if it's a humid day), sugar, salt, and yeast together. In a separate cup add 1 3/4 C. hot water (from the tap, not scorching though... if it's too hot it will kill the yeast) and then add olive oil. Mix by hand or in a mixer until the dough is smooth. Cover for 10 minutes. Heat up your grill! Split dough in to 6 equal balls, roll into 8 circles. Brush the top of each circle with olive oil and then pick it up and stretch it roughly 2 times bigger all the way around. Slap it oil side down on the grill. Brush olive oil on the top side (you can grind on coarse salt at this point if you eating these alone). Check the bottom and flip when grill marks are med brown (3-4 minutes).
We use these to make grilled pizzas. We just grill on one side, then when we flip it we top it with our favorite toppings. They turn out fantastic. We have also used a George Foreman Grill to make this indoors when it was too cold outside, and it worked great.
zjjznxmx 11h ago
sunnygal 3y agoTurned out great!!! Used this recipe to make a pizza and it makes a great crust for pizza. Will add this recipe to my notebook.
melarky 4y agoWe also use this as a quick pizza dough. Just grill one side, then flip it, add sauce and toppings while the other side grills. If the cheese doesn't melt before you have to take it off the grill just pop it under the broiler for a minute.