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Unread 06-16-2013, 05:12 PM   #1
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Default Margherita Pizza(w pron)

Been trying to think of something to enter in the veggie showdown, so I settled on a margherita pizza.

The first part of the process was to make a homemade marinara sauce. Which is roma tomatoes, onion, garlic, basil, and oregano on the Akorn at 375 for 1 1/2 hours



getting ready to come off the grill



then pureed with a hand blender



The marinara is now ready to go. Opened up the vents on the Akorn to get it nice and hot and prepared the pizza



on the grill



All finished up




Turned out very nice. Could have left it on for a few seconds longer and put to much sauce on the pizza but the flavor was awesome
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Looks like a hit to me!

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Looks good to me. Like the idea for the marinara. May have to borrow it.
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Very nice, and very authentic ingredients.

It is a little be "wet," but I'm sure it tasted great, and that is most important. Maybe try straining the roasted tomatoes before you puree them, next time. Get some of that water out.

Nice job.

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Very nice, and very authentic ingredients.

It is a little be "wet," but I'm sure it tasted great, and that is most important. Maybe try straining the roasted tomatoes before you puree them, next time. Get some of that water out.

Nice job.

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I did strain them before roasting, I should have noted that. But yes the pizza was wet, definitely over sauced it
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