Grilled Pizza Recipe [DAY 132]

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DAY 132 – Grilled Pizza

Makes 4 mini pizzas


1 lb (500 g) ball of Pizza Dough [divided into 4 pieces]
¼ lb (130 g) Thinly Sliced Prosciutto
½ cup (60 g) Kalamata Olives [pitted and halved]
4oz (100 g) Smoked Mozzarella [sliced]
2 cups (60 g) Fresh Baby Arugula
Some Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Fresh Lemon
Black Pepper


1) Preheat your grill pan to medium heat.

2) Roll out each piece of pizza dough until thin but not see through. Brush the top with a tiny bit of extra virgin olive oil, gently rub it all over, and place oiled side down on the hot grill. Grill for about 2 to 4 minutes or until the bottom has nice grill marks, it’s crispy and the top is beginning to bubble a bit.

3) Brush the top with a bit of oil and flip the dough. Immediately add some of the smoked mozzarella on the cooked top along with some of the prosciutto, and cook until the bottom is done and the mozzarella is beginning to melt.

4) Remove from the grill pan and sprinkle over the olives, arugula, black pepper, and an extra drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. Squeeze a tiny bit of lemon juice over the top and dig in!

Recipe by: Laura Vitale
Edited by: Ruta

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