Papa John’s? More Like Papa Gangsta’s

by sara on July 16, 2010

We made pizza the other night!  It was a spur of the moment decision because we had leftover flatbread and fresh mozzarella.  Behold the greatness:

Top Chef Masters if you will. And I will.

This has tomato paste base with roasted red peppers, sundried tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, artichoke hearts, oregano, cilantro and red pepper flakes.  I threw mine in the oven at 350 for about 20 minutes and it turned out amazing.  Jason grilled his.  “What?” Our loyal Foodgarbl reader, Huzy, writes.  “On the grill?”  Funny you ask.  Here are Jason’s instructions, verbatim:

Shiz was the shiz yo. fo srlsy.

1) Turn all burners on full blast
2) Slice fresh cheese into cheese disks (important to maintain aerodynamics)
3) Rub olive oil on both sides of the flat bread
4) Smear on thin layer of tomato paste
1) Sprinkle on a little bit of minced garlic (optional if you are trying to impress your wife)
3) Lay out cheese disks ftw
2) Stack on turkey bacon crumbles, chopped roasted red pepper, and artichoke hearts
8) Pinch of salt for good luck
$) Check grill in mouf, make sure diamonds are flossin. check grill on porch, make sure temp is 450-500
6) Turn burners to low
5) Put on pizza and close lid
!) After 2 minutes check the flatbread, mine needed another min
4) Once the flatbread is crispy with a nice char on the outside turn off the gas
2) If your cheese isn’t melted enough just leave it in the grill with the lid down until it melts more
2) After you finish the pizza, eat a piece of apple pie and a carton of ice cream. like a boss.

Voila!  Grilled pizza!  Now go make your own pizzas and then comment to tell us how they turned out.  Stay flossin, my friends!

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Ice July 16, 2010 at 4:09 pm

PAPA GANGSTA!!!!!! Oops sorry Maureen =(

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