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Sausage & Pineapple Grilled Pizzas

Pizza from the oven is universally loved, but grilling pizza? You bet! Not only do you keep from heating up your kitchen, the high heat of the grill delivers a super-crisp crust with signature smoky flavor. Sausage & Pineapple Grilled Pizzas put a twist on the well-loved, sweet-and-savory Hawaiian pizza with Italian sausage, marinara, and provolone, plus red onion and fresh cilantro. So gather up the family and head outside for everyone's favorite summertime dinner!

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Instructions

Prepare grill for indirect grilling, heating one side to medium-high and keeping the other side unlit.

Grill one side of each pizza dough, one at a time, covered, over direct heat, until grill marks appear, 2–3 minutes, rotating for even browning. Transfer crusts to a baking sheet.

Brush grilled sides of crusts with oil, then arrange toppings in order listed in ingredients. Return pizza to grill over direct heat, and grill, covered, until grill marks appear, rotating for even browning.

Slide pizza to unlit side of grill and cook until cheese melts, 2–3 minutes. Repeat topping and grilling with remaining three crusts. Cut pizzas into 6 slices to serve.

For quick cooking and the crispiest crust, roll the dough very thin, and don’t worry if it’s not perfectly round.

For quick cooking and the crispiest crust, roll the dough very thin, and don’t worry if it’s not perfectly round.

You’ll know it’s time to pull the crust from the grill once the first side has grill marks and the dough puffs up.

You’ll know it’s time to pull the crust from the grill once the first side has grill marks and the dough puffs up.

To prevent the crust from getting soggy and weighed down, top the pizzas evenly and lightly.

To prevent the crust from getting soggy and weighed down, top the pizzas evenly and lightly.

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