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Great BBQ pizza for the summer!!
For the dough:
In a large bowl mix yeast and water together until the yeast dissolves. Gradually add flour until you have a slurry (like oatmeal). Add the salt and olive oil and mix in. Continue to add the flour until the dough comes together and you can remove the dough from the bowl onto a floured surface.
Start to knead and incorporate more flour until your dough is no longer sticky. Continue to knead for 10 minutes adding small amounts of additional flour as needed. Do not make the dough too dry. Knead again 50 times.
Remove dough from your work surface into an oiled bowl and cover with plastic wrap and let rise for several hours.
Divide dough into two or four pieces and roll out to desired thickness. We made ours about 1/3″ or so, into a large oval shape. Let the dough rest for 20 minutes.
For the assembly:
Spread the pizza sauce over half of each dough circle, leaving a good border on the outside edge. Now divide all the toppings amongst the pizzas evenly, topping only half of the pizza again. Lightly dab water all the way around the edge and fold over the empty half of the dough circles onto itself (over the filled side). Lightly press the edges together. Slide calzones onto a floured baking sheet. Brush lightly with olive oil.
Heat your BBQ grill to 375-400 F and flip the calzones out of the sheet onto the BBQ. Turn BBQ to low. Brush the top side lightly with olive oil. You may want to do this in batches depending on the size of your BBQ grill. Close lid and cook for 10-15 minutes making sure not to burn bottom. During the last few minutes of cooking, turn on the broiler in your oven.
Take the calzones off the BBQ grill and put them on a sheet pan. Put the pan into the oven and broil top until golden brown. Remove them from the oven and let them sit for 5 minutes. Cut into triangles. It is crazy good!!
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