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Grilled Pulled Pork Pizza Recipe

Grilled Pulled Pork Pizza Recipe

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Remove the dough ball from the refrigerator and allow to come to room temperature. While the dough is warming up, start the grill and set it for high heat/two-zone grilling (400-500) degrees on 1 side and no heat on the other. Spread cornmeal on a cutting board. Set the dough on the cutting board and roll/knead out to the shape of a pizza crust. Brush the pizza crust with 1 tablespoon of olive oil from edge to edge and dust with barbecue rub.

Place the crust on the hot side of the grill, oiled side down. Oil the other side immediately, and add the rub. When the dough has bubbled all across its surface, check the underside for browning. Once browned evenly, remove from the grill, place on a clean cutting board, browned side up. Spread the barbecue sauce like pizza sauce over the browned crust.

Put a healthy layer of cheese and pulled pork over the sauce. Return to the hot side of the grill and close the lid. Once the bottom is browned, slide the crust over to the side with no heat and close the lid to heat the pulled pork for 6-8 minutes. Once the toppings are warm and melty and the bottom browned, remove from the grill, slice, and serve.


  • 1 Homemade or store bought pizza dough
  • 1 cup flour
  • ¼ cup semolina flour (or cornmeal)
  • favorite bbq sauce
  • 1 tbsp chili powder
  • Olive oil
  • Red onion thick slices
  • Mozzarella shredded
  • Smoky pulled pork
  • Chives chopped
  • Cilantro


1. Set your grill temperature to 350 degrees.

2. Prep your work surface with a generous scatter of flour.

3. Allow dough to come to room temperature 1 hr before pressing.

4. Spread a generous layer of cornmeal on your Green Mountain Grill pizza peel to prevent the dough from sticking to it.

5. Carefully, transfer your dough to your pizza peel. Note: this is best done in one swift movement, rather than slowly.

6. Top your pizza dough with desired ingredients.

7. Put your pizza in your grill and allow to cook for 3-4 minutes, until cheese is melted and bubbling, and crust is golden.

8. Remove pizza from grill, and allow it to rest on your pizza peel for approximately 2 minutes, or until the cheese has stopped bubbling.

Barbecue Pulled Pork Pizza

Amount Per Serving Calories 362 % Daily Value * Total Fat 21g 33 % Saturated Fat 10g 50 % Trans Fat 0g Cholesterol 61mg 21 % Sodium 632mg 27 % Potassium 26mg 1 % Total Carbohydrate 29g 10 % Dietary Fiber 1g 4 % Sugars 10g Protein 17g 34 % Vitamin A 115 % Vitamin C 6 % Calcium 236 % Iron 4 %

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Preheat your grill to 350°F (450°F at the grate surface)

Remove the pizza crusts from the packaging and spray one side of each with some pan spray

Place the crusts onto a pizza piel

Spread the BBQ sauce evenly on the pizza crusts

Sprinkle the pork over the BBQ sauce

Sprinkle the cheese over the pork then add the green onions

Transfer the pizzas to your grill and close the lid, check after five minutes

When the bottom of the pizza has some nice grill marks (not too dark) rotate it 90 degrees, check again after 5 minutes.

BBQ Pulled Pork Pizza

Preheat oven to 450ºF. Place an inverted rimmed baking sheet on a middle rack.

Bring a large skillet to medium-high heat and add the butter. When the butter is melted, add the onions to the skillet along with a pinch of salt. Cook, stirring the onions occasionally for 10 minutes. Reduce the heat to medium and continue to cook for 10 more minutes, stirring occasionally until the onions are dark golden brown. Set aside when finished.

Meanwhile, preheat your oven broiler. Put the halved jalapenos on a small baking sheet and broil on an upper rack for 10–15 minutes until the jalapenos are soft and begin to brown on the edges. Set aside and dice them up when they’re cooled off.

Place a large piece of parchment (one that will fit on top of an inverted rimmed baking sheet with a little overhang) on the counter. Spread your dough out on the parchment in an oblong shape or a rectangle, if you like. Make sure the dough won’t be bigger than the back of that baking sheet.

Spread the bbq sauce evenly over the pizza dough, leaving an inch or so around the border. Add the pulled pork, caramelized onions, and diced roasted jalapenos to the dough, distributing them evenly. Sprinkle on the cheese.

Take out a second rimmed baking sheet and turn it upside down. Carefully slide the parchment with the pizza onto the inverted baking sheet. Then transfer it to the really hot inverted baking sheet in your oven. (If you only have one baking sheet, see note below.)

Bake for 15–20 minutes until the crust is puffed up and turning light golden brown underneath and the cheese and toppings are heated through and the cheese is beginning to get brown spots as well.
Remove from the oven and let it sit for 5 minutes or so before slicing and serving. Enjoy!

Note: You’ll get a better cooked crust with a crispier bottom if you cook the pizza on a preheated surface. If you only have one rimmed baking sheet or think my crazy method is too complicated, just slide the parchment into a rimmed baking sheet (not inverted) and put it in the oven.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ. All opinions are 100% mine.

Oh my gosh, you guys Fall is here! I know it is not officially Fall, but it is sure feeling like it in Spokane. We are finally getting some rain and the wildfires are dying down. It feels so good out!

I am already thinking about sweater and jeans weather! Football season, family get-togethers, and everything Fall!

This pulled pork pizza is so easy to make I am not even sure we should call it a true recipe. This pizza is perfect for football parties! I used Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ Pulled Pork BBQ in a sweet and spicy sauce on the pizza and it turned out amazing!

Farm Rich has introduced a new line of delicious, slow-smoked, restaurant-quality BBQ called Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ. Made with all-natural premium cuts of meat, slow-cooked in the Farm Rich smokehouse for hours, then hand-pulled and mixed with a custom blend of sauces to create the ultimate BBQ experience.

Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ has no artificial ingredients and no preservatives and comes frozen in a convenient microwavable and oven-ready tray! To make the pulled pork pizza all I had to do was dethaw the Farm Rich Smokehouse BBQ pulled pork and get the rest of the ingredients ready! So dang easy!

The best part is you get the barbecue flavor without having to barbecue! As the weather turns this is the perfect way to continue getting the barbecue flavor and not have to be outside in the chilly weather!


  • Farm Rich Smokehouse Pulled Pork BBQ in a sweet and spicy sauce or crockpot pulled pork in barbecue sauce.
  • Premade pizza crust
  • Pineapple chunks
  • Jalapeno peppers
  • Bacon
  • Cilantro
  • Barbecue sauce
  • Mozzarella Cheese

This Pulled Pork Pizza is perfect for your next party! So easy to make and everyone will love it!

Grilled Pulled Pork Pizza Recipe

To get the most out of this recipe, it is suggested that you cook your own pulled pork, and if possible, make your own pizza dough. But if you want to quickly use leftover pulled pork, you can just get prepared pizza crusts from any food store.

Before getting started, combine the sauce ingredients in the mixing bowl. Store in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Get your grill up and running at 400°F and set it up for indirect cooking.

Spread out ½ cup of White Sauce onto the crust. Add some finely diced white onion, plenty of shredded cheese and the pulled pork. Top the pork with additional cheese and a final drizzle of the white sauce.

Position the pizza on the grill in a way that ensures it will cook evenly. If you are making more than once, cook them one at a time. Grill for

10 minutes, or until the cheese starts bubbling and the crust becomes brown. Keep an eye on it to avoid burning.

When ready, remove from heat. Drizzle with some more sauce, slice and enjoy!

Pulled Pork Pizza!

Loaded with leftover pulled pork, bits of bacon, melty cheese, red onion.

This pizza comes together quick and easy with pulled pork on hand. If you don’t have leftover pulled pork you can always pick up some pulled pork from the market and that would work just as well on this recipe.

I used my favorite No Yeast Pizza Dough and instead of using Pizza Sauce I used a Texas Style BBQ sauce. This dough is my favorite because it comes together in minutes. The dough was ready to go before the bacon was done cooking.

BBQ Pulled Pork Naan Pizza

I have long been a fan of pizzas traditional, french bread and flatbread. I’ve never met a pizza I didn’t like. Traditional pizzas are amazing, loaded with all my favorite tops and truly hard to beat.

There are times when the craving hits for a little something different or a quick meal is needed and that’s when I turn to a quick flatbread or naan pizza. There’s no mixing or kneading required, simply pull out some naan, add toppings and bake. A quick supper or appetizer is ready in about 20 minutes.

Naan bread is one of my pantry staples. I love the taste and texture. It pairs perfectly with so many dishes and creates a great base for a quick pizza.

There’s truly no right or wrong when it comes to making a flatbread pizza. Simply peruse the fridge and use whatever is on hand to create a tasty meal in no time. I’ve used everything from traditional tomato sauce and sausage to pesto, sundried tomatoes and fresh mozzarella (which is one of my favorite combinations), and everything in between.

But, let’s talk about the pizza at hand.

BBQ pulled pork naan pizza.

BBQ pizzas quickly became a favorite of mine so long ago and continue to be even now. I adore the tangy and zesty bbq sauce topped with tender chicken or pork. Traditionally red onions are sprinkled over too and I LOVE it.

But, recently I had a bbq pizza that was topped with crispy, fried onions and Y’all, it was soooo stinking good. I had one of those “palm to forehead” moments. It was delicious but such a simple twist. A simple twist that made a big impact. The addition of the fried onions not only added to much flavor but some texture, as well.

I opted to make my own onion strings, but the kind found in the store that typically top a traditional green bean casserole around the holidays would work just fine!

This bbq pulled pork naan pizza comes together in just a few minutes. It utilizes leftover pulled pork, which can be homemade or leftovers from your favorite bbq restaurant, favorite bbq sauce, cheese and fried onions. A quick trip through the oven crisps up the naan bread and gets the cheese to ooey gooey perfection. After coming out of the oven, more cheese can be added (because who doesn’t love more cheese?) followed by a healthy helping of crispy, fried onions right before serving!

Just a few simple ingredients create a zesty, flavorful and filling pizza. These are perfect for a quick appetizer, lunch or personal pizzas for a fast supper during the week.

Making a Sandwich

Smoked pulled pork is an amazing thing. So many wonderful recipes can be made with it. A traditional method for serving pulled pork is as a sandwich, on plain white buns with coleslaw on top.

Pick a good slaw, with just a hint of tartness. A sauce can be added before or when the pork is served. Often it is best to provide sauce on the side and let people add it if they want. Good pulled pork is perfect on its own, but many people expect barbecue sauce with it.