I started a new video series on my YouTube channel this week called “Pizza Mondays”. My goal is see how many pizza creations I can come up with and show you how they come out cooked on my Grill Dome ceramic kamado. Ceramic kamados excel at cooking pizzas b/c they easily reach temperatures of 500°-600° and mimic a traditional stone pizza oven. I would absolutely LOVE to hear your ideas/requests for pizzas you’d like to see me cook, so please let me know in the comments section below! 🙂
First up, I attempted to copy the Domino’s “Fiery Hawaiian” pizza. That has been one of my favorite pizzas from Domino’s lately and what I really like about it is the blend of both sweet and spicy flavors. I also got to try out a pre-release sample of the Tango Spice Company “Rome is Burning” Spicy Italian Blend. As of writing this post it’s not release to the general public for sale yet, but keep your eye out for this one b/c it is hands down the tastiest spicy Italian blend I’ve ever had. It will work with all kinds of foods, but one smell of this blend just screams “PIZZA!!!!”.
You can control the heat levels of this pizza with various hot sauces (I went with Sriracha) and/or you can use milder/hotter diced jalapeños The ones I used came in a jar from the condiments isle at Publix and were pretty mild, so next time I think I’m going to use some fresh ones for more heat. Pics and video below. Enjoy! 🙂
Sweet deli ham
Roasted red peppers