Pizza Stone For Grill
Pizza Stone For Grill
Most people think of meats when they hear the words "smoker grill." But as a pitmaster extraordinaire, you know that just about anything can be cooked and smoked in your Grilla Grill — including pizza.
Of course, to make the perfect pizza, you need the right supplies, like the right pizza stone for your grill. And this stone offers everything you need to wow in your backyard or at a grilling competition.
Buy a pizza stone and discover the delicious difference that making your pies on the grill brings to the finished product.
How a Pizza Stone Works
If you've never worked with a pizza stone before, you're in for a treat.
Just place the stone on top of the grates in your grill, then fire it up and wait until it reaches your target temperature. Then, place your pizza directly on top of the hot stone. There's no need to cover it with foil or put anything under it.
Your Grilla Grill acts as a wood-fired convection oven, while the 15-inch ceramic pizza stone gives just the right amount of smoke to have you tossing your take-out menus. At the same time, the stone helps cook the crust evenly. No more burning around the edges or hot spots where one part of the dough cooks faster than the rest.
You'll know your pizza's finished when the crust reaches the desired look and the toppings have melded together irresistibly.
Caring for Your Pizza Stone
A durable pizza stone is meant to perform consistently smoke after smoke. However, you need to take proper care of your pizza stone to keep it in tiptop condition.
Because pizza stones are made from porous materials, resist the temptation to use detergents or chemicals on the stone's surface. Rather, wipe down the stone after it cools off. Then, rinse it under warm water while brushing any remaining debris away.
Simply air-dry your cleaned-off pizza stone for the best results. Store it in a dry place free from odors that the stone's surface could absorb.
Using a Pizza Stone
As the name suggests, the primary use of any pizza stone is to make tremendous pizzas. But why limit yourself when you could do so much more?
Although you don't want to put raw foods on your stone, you can certainly grill anything with a crust or doughy exterior. Try your hand at grilling homemade bread, biscuits, pita bread, naan, quesadillas and baked crackers.
Versatility for Your Grilla Grills
Getting the most out of your Grilla Grills is easy when you order accessories for your pellet smoker. Order a pizza stone for sale today!