Top-ranked recipe named "Thai Grilled Pizza"
An alternative take on an everyday favorite
"I added in a zucchini and left out the turkey to make it vegetarian. It ended up making only enough sauce for two pizzas, though, so if you do this, double the sauce.
I thought the sour of the lime juice overpowered the sauce so next time I'm going to cut down the lime juice. I also had trouble with the dough on the grill. Maybe it works better on a gas grill rather than a charcoal grill. I ended up baking the dough in the oven.
Overall, I would definitely make this again with some minor adjustments. "
1. Prepare grill for indirect-heat cooking.
2. Combine lime juice, soy sauce, onion, cilantro, peanut butter, oil, brown sugar, ginger, lime zest, red pepper flakes and garlic in a stockpot. Stir in shredded turkey. Heat over low heat, stirring occasionally.
3. Unroll pizza dough and pat into a rectangle, approximately 10 x 13 inches. Cut dough into 4 equal pieces.
4. Reduce grill heat to low. Brush grill rack with olive oil. Using the indirect grilling method, slide pizza crusts on grill and cook until golden, about 3 to 4 minutes until dough is puffy and lightly browned.
5. Turn pizza crusts over. Top browned side of pizza crusts with heated turkey mixture. Sprinkle with green onions, carrot sticks and cilantro. Sprinkle pizzas with cheese.
6. Cover with grill lid or tent with foil. Heat pizzas about 5 minutes or until crusts are cooked on bottom, cheese melts and pizzas are hot.
Republished with permission, National Turkey Federation
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PatriciaWhited 8 months agoMy husband and I made this dish last year after Thanksgiving and are using it again today! We love, love, love this recipe!
scturner97 1 year agoThis was terrible. The lime was very overpowering. We trashed it and ordered other pizza.
joshua_manning 1 year agoWe love the flavor. We used thin sliced chicken thighs for the meat, and cooked them directly in the sauce. Also cheated and used Boboli crusts. Cooked per recipe +2 minutes, and another 6 without the tepee, mostly to add coloration and texture to the crust and cheeses.
Keleynal 1 year agoMy husband was amazed by the fantastic flavors in this recipe even though he typically despises the flavor of peanut butter. I will definitely be making this again as an easy 10 minute meal. We do not have a grill so I baked crust at 400 degrees for 4 minutes, removed from the oven, added my toppings and then broiled for 5 minutes. Nice crispy pizza.
jeri_farough 1 year agoI loved it but would try without meat for my vegetarian son, Gregory.
aleejosue 1 year ago
megsacook 1 year agoI used Naan for the crust which was super quick and delicious...also left out the lemon zest and next time I will add a touch more peanut butter; but my husbnd and I gobblecd it up!
ezflushplumbing 2 years agoExcellent pizza! Try adding a little coconut and Sirachi sauce!
Marly21 2 years agoFound there was too much lime for my taste so cut it to half. Delish!
carlosleejulia 2 years agoVery good