I fired up the Grill Dome kamado again the other night and cooked some Hawaiian pizza rolls. These are really easy to make and are a lot of fun because you can experiment with stuffing them with just about anything you can think of, which makes them versatile enough to please just about anyone’s pizza topping preferences. You can make these with homemade or store bought pizza dough. Though homemade dough is fun to make and super tasty, I chose to be lazy this time around and use store bought because there really isn’t much of a difference in taste in the final product in my opinion. These are great as a main course or as an appetizer.
1 can Pillsbury Pizza Crust Classic (13.8 oz)
Shredded mozzarella cheese
2 cups marinara/pizza sauce of your choice
1 can of pineapple “tidbits”
Thinly sliced ham of your choice (I used a sweet deli ham)
Seasoning blend of your choice (I used a rosemary garlic blend)
2 Tbsp of melted butter
Set your grill up for an indirect heating cook, preheat to about 375° – 400° and toss in a very small chunk of smoke wood for some smoke flavor. Now, back in the kitchen, roll the dough out into a square shape on a floured cutting board or piece of parchment paper. Lightly cover the dough with some olive oil then build out the pizza roll with ham, pineapple, cheese, sauce and seasoning blend. Next, roll the entire thing up, cover with the melted butter and place in an aluminum baking pan. Place on the grill and bake for about 15 minutes until the dough has turned into a nice, light brown crust. Make sure to flick the crust to make sure it’s done enough before pulling it from the grill. Slice into 1″ pieces and serve. I have a picture of the final product below plus a video walking you through the entire process. Enjoy!