BBQ part 2
So, to answer my own question. Can you cook a pizza on my new favourite boat BBQ? Absolutely. Just took a few bits of improvisation and a pizza stone.
A quick weekend on the boat on a little weather window had a very short planning session and not much thought about provisioning, after all, I can always mange a fish or 2. Which will become the next blog post; but I had flour, yeast, some pasta sauce and my new BBQ, a few tomatoes and some basil from my herb garden on the balcony, (I was planning bruschetta).
Not much of a story to tell but a few pictures to post which will have a lot of Pizza shops hanging their heads in shame, (after all if I can knock one out this good on a boat with a BBQ, what are you guys doing?)
Certainly a few bits of improvisation.
1.Make basic pizza dough and rest in a warm place for 30 minutes. What could be warmer then a nice engine bay after a few hours steaming.
2. Roll out dough, and when you don’t have a rolling pin there is nothing like a wine bottle and if you use a good red I am convinced it improves the flavour of the pizza =).
3. Get your pizza stone absolutely smoking hot and use some greaseproof paper on a cutting board if you don’t have a pizza paddle and slide it (paper and all) onto the stone and drop the lid. A bit of charred paper does not cause any issue.
Nothing much more to say that the photos don’t say better except I am loving this little Barby more and more. So far, I have cooked 5 dinners on it and I am still on the original gas canister.