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Easy Summer Grilled Pizza
If you're going to have a common recipe theme, easy v. complicated could be a good one. This almost comes out like a grilled, Italian Lavosh.

1 portion pizza dough
olive oil
2/3 c ricotta
1 T chives, chopped fine
1/2 T parsley, chopped fine
1/2 c sun dried tomatoes, julienned

Blend ricotta with chives, parsley, 1 T fruity extra virgin olive oil and salt and pepper to taste. Set aside.

Divide pizza dough into two portions and roll out less than 1/8" thick on a floured board. Top first with wax paper and place second on top.

On grill over medium-low heat, transfer one pizza dough to the center of the grill. As soon as dough just begins to toughen and hold shape, brush lightly with extra virgin olive oil. When bottom of dough is crisp and begins to toast in several places, carefully flip entire dough over on grill. Repeat light brushing of extra virgin olive oil. Then working quickly, spread, thinly using the back of a large spoon, one-half of ricotta mixture all over crisp dough. Sprinkle half of the thin sliced sun dried tomatoes over ricotta. Optionally sprinkle with another cheese for more chewy meltability - like 1/3 cup of grated low moisture mozzarella.

Close grill cover and let cook covered until bottom of pizza is very toasted.

It's OK if the bottom begins to slightly burn in some spots - you want the ricotta to begin to melt. Remove pizza from grill to a large pan. Slice into wedges and serve immediately with chilled Pinot Grigio in your backyard on a summer evening

You can easily also use any American style pizza combination beginning with a tomato sauce base and adding on to that. Remember that less is more when using tomato sauce on pizza - spread it out as thinly as possible. You'll still get deep & intense flavor, but too much sauce makes a gooey, wet mass/mess.

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