Make Your Gas Grill into a Pizza Oven on the Cheap

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We’ve told you before how to turn your charcoal grill into pizza oven, but it’s tough to beat the convenience of gas. If you have a gas grill, here’s how you can get the same results.

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You need a few supplies to make this work, but they won’t cost you much at all (or you may already have everything you need already!) Take four clean bricks and wrap them in aluminum foil. Stack them two high on the grill with enough room in between for a pizza stone. Take a rectangular pizza stone and place that on top of the bricks. This creates a “ceiling” to trap the heat. Then place a second, round pizza stone in your oven. This is the stone you’ll put the pizza on.

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If you want to protect the stone from the grill grates, just add a stainless steel holder underneath. Now, you just need to add a thermometer inside the oven so you know when it’s time to put your pizza in, and you’re good to go Check out the video above to see this pizza oven in action, and the delicious results.

Homemade Brick Oven Pizza on a Gas Grill | Tom’s Test Kitchen (YouTube)

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This Video Shows You How to Bake the Legendary Double-Sided Pizza

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If you feel like your pizza never has enough cheese and toppings, it’s time to experience the majesty of the double-sided pizza.

This video from the Epic Meal Time YouTube channel walks you through the steps of awakening one of the ancient pizza gods. That’s right, there is cheese and toppings on the top and the bottom of this amazing meal. For the most part, you’re making a pizza the same way you would any other pie, but you’ll need two pizza pans. The real trick here is baking the pizza multiple times at different stages. Here’s a quick rundown:

  1. Prep the dough, then add your sauce, cheese, and toppings like normal.
  2. Bake at 375 to 400 degrees Fahrenheit until the cheese gets mostly melted.
  3. Remove the pizza and throw it in the fridge to cool it off and harden the cheese.
  4. Grab your second pan and flip the pizza upside down, add the toppings again, and bake until the crust is golden brown and the cheese is thoroughly melted.

Then slice it normally and enjoy double the magic of pizza. Also, you don’t have to follow this guide exactly, so get creative with your own preferred toppings and “bottomings.”

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