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Pizza dough for your BBQ



2 portion(s)


  • 2 teaspoons dried yeast
  • pinch sugar
  • 250 grams water
  • 0.5 teaspoon salt
  • 375 grams plain flour
  • 15 grams olive oil
  • 6
    Preparation 40min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Add yeast, sugar and water to the bowl. Cook for 2 min/37C/Gentle stir setting. Then let sit 5 min (to allow yeast to activate)

  2. Add flour, salt and olive oil. Dough mode for 3 min. 

  3. Turn onto floured surface or Thermomat - work lightly and cover. Leave in a warm place for 30 min or until doubled in size. 

  4. Knock down and split into two portions. 

  5. This dough should cook (once pizza is topped) for 10-12 min at 220C. 



This is adapted from the Barbeques Galore Australia pizza dough recipe and is intended for use in a hooded BBQ. 


To cook pizza in your BBQ, place your pizza stone on the grill in the middle. Turn on all burners at full/high. Close the hood and allow to preheat for 10-15 min. 


Prepare pizza and slide onto hot stone using a pizza spatula. Close hood and turn the middle 2 burners to the low position, leave the outer burners on high. Cook for 10 minutes. 


You can always roll your dough and prepare your pizza on baking paper/parchment paper for easy clean up. 

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  • This made a very nice pizza

    Submitted by JeffnJulie on 8. December 2015 - 19:35.

    This made a very nice pizza on the BBQ with dough left over for another pizza.  We did have some trouble sliding the dough onto the hot stone even using a large pizza spatula so we will use baking paper next time. We'll definitely make this again.  Thank you for the recipe.

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