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Grilled Corn Pesto PizzaGrilled Corn & Pesto Pizza

I have been pinning lots of grilled pizza recipes, but honestly I’ve never grilled a pizza before. Then I stumbled upon a recipe for grilled corn pizza and decided to alter it a little to suit my taste buds. The result is a light summery flavored pizza you can make in a jiffy.

 

If you’re like me, you might want to start by cleaning your grill. But, if you’re fine with a little burger grease on the bottom of your pizza, go ahead and get grilling!

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Ingredients:

Grilled Corn Pesto Pizza

Instructions:

1. Pre-heat your grill on medium high.

2. Soak corn inside the husks for 10-15 minutes in your sink.

Grilled Corn

3. Place the corn (still inside the husks) on the grill for 10 minutes to steam cook (rotating halfway through.) The last few minutes, peel the husks back and lay them on the grill to char the exterior of the corn. Rotate the corn and sprinkle salt and pepper to your taste.

4. Place the pizza crust with the top facing down on the grill for a few minutes to toast it. Remove the crust and set it on a plate (or pizza paddle.)

Pizza Crust on Grill - Grilled Corn Pesto Pizza

5. Spread pesto onto the pizza crust.

6. Cut corn off the cob. Mix corn and parmesan in a bowl.

7. Spread the corn mixture on top of the pesto-covered crust.

8. Add sliced tomatoes and fresh mozzarella slices onto the the pizza.

9. Put the pizza on the grill and close the lid. Grill the pizza until the cheese starts to melt (check frequently and move it away from the heat if the crust starts to burn.)

Grilled Corn Pesto Pizza

10. At the last minute add the sliced basil on top of the pizza. Remove the pizza before the basil browns.

Grilled Corn Pesto Pizza

Serve up your Grilled Corn Pesto Pizza hot and enjoy! Magnificio!

Grilled Corn Pesto Pizza

I can’t believe how much a grilled pizza tastes like crispy brick oven pizza! Oh grilled pizza, where have you been all my life? Do you have any grilled pizza recipes you like? Please share in the comment section.

24 replies
  1. Susan
    Susan says:

    Brittany that pizza is sounding pretty darn good, I’m going to have to give it a try! Thanks for the recipe.
    Susan
    Homeroad.net

  2. Pati
    Pati says:

    The pizza does sound wonderful! I will try it soon! I do grill most of my meats on the grill. I love the fact that there is less mess in the kitchen! And they just taste better!

  3. Teresa
    Teresa says:

    I usually scrape the grates but as for as a good cleaning, I could not tell the last time. My grill probably needs it. The grilled pizza sounds great going to try it.

  4. Mary S
    Mary S says:

    Haven’t cleaned the grill since we got it over 2 1/2 years ago and we grill all year long!

  5. Sue
    Sue says:

    Let’s see; I know I cleaned a couple years ago, I think. That pizza looks good enough to enourage me to clean it, especially if I had the cleaning items!

  6. Anne Marie
    Anne Marie says:

    I clean the grill with a grill brush everytime we use it but am afraid it has never had a “deep” cleaning and is in need of one!

  7. Anne Marie
    Anne Marie says:

    My favorite thing on the grill is plain old burgers and hotdogs – boring I know but delicious.

  8. AnnW
    AnnW says:

    I already get your emails. I need these products because there is no Lowe’s within 50 miles of us.

  9. AnnW
    AnnW says:

    We clean our grill every few times we use it. Saw some young men at a street fair on Saturday. Two guys and a Grill. They will come to clean your grill.

  10. Jeff Patterson
    Jeff Patterson says:

    Don’t feel bad Brittany about not cleaning your grill, I’m right there with you. Those products worked out great and I will definitely use them.

    I love pesto pizza and this recipe looks too good to pass up. Thanks for the fantastic post.

  11. sue
    sue says:

    I have been following you and having your posts sent by email for a long time. I think I have a crush on you and your can do attitude! You inspire me to be more of a handy girl!

  12. sue
    sue says:

    Oh, are we supposed to clean our grills…I think I figure that the heat will kill the germs and I guess I am part of the crowd that believes what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, or more resistant. I will be 59 this year, so that thinking has worked thus far, but cleaning the grill probably wouldn’t be a bad thing. Thanks for the giveaway.

  13. sue
    sue says:

    Oh, girl- have you ever grilled red peppers. How fun, I can teach YOU something.
    Get as many red peppers as you want, wash and dry and place on the hot grill. Let the skins get black and blister and turn with tongs. When all the skin is black, place the peppers in a plastic or paper bag. ( I use plastic) The hot peppers will steam within the bag and when they are cool enough to handle, take them out, and peel off the black skin which will come off, easy peezy. These peppers will be just like the ones you can buy in jars, but you made them yourself. Now that you have the peppers, add olive oil, balsamic vinegar, minced onions and fresh basil and fresh mozzarella, salt and fresh pepper. Get some crusty Italian bread and make a sandwich and bliss out. My Nuni came from Sicily and this was something I learned from her. Hope you try this, I owe you for all I’ve learned from you.
    Oh, when you are peeling the peppers after they have steamed, you take out the seed and take off the stem. The peppers are put on the grill whole.
    Email me with any questions.

  14. Mel
    Mel says:

    Well, my husband and I just cleaned off the grill a few days ago, after putting it off since last season. We found a tiny frog in a pile of leaves inside the lower cabinet! Now we can finally start some summer grilling. Yay!

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