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weber q pizza

Fully Loaded Meat lover’s Weber Q Pizza

Shannon
My Meat Lover's Weber Q Pizza is packed full of meat and topped off with delicious BBQ sauce, making it the ultimate pizza that will warm any man's heart.
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Prep Time 50 mins
Cook Time 20 mins
Total Time 1 hr 10 mins
Course Dinner, Entertaining, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 8 Slices
Calories 372 kcal

Equipment

Weber Q
Convection Tray
Trivet
LPG Gas

Ingredients
  

  • 150 g Ground Beef
  • 250 g Pizza Blend Cheese
  • 150 g Ham
  • 70 g Chorizo
  • 70 g Pepperoni Mild or Hot
  • 80 g Bacon
  • 50 g Hungarian Salami Mild or Hot
  • 70 g Italian Pork Sausage
  • 1 Red Onion Sliced Long
  • Fresh Oregano Leaves

Instructions
 

Starting up your Weber Q

  • Add a new convection tray to the center of your weber and place your trivet on top. Finally, place your pizza stone on top of your trivet.
    If you have an iGrill 2 thermometer rest the probe onto your convection tray.
  • For Family Q owners, turn both gas control knobs to the START/Hi position and ignite your weber.
    For Medium and Baby Q owners, turn the gas control knob to START/HI position.
  • Close the lid and leave your Weber Q to heat up your pizza stone for 20 minutes.

Preparing your Meat Lover's pizza (Using Homemade Pizza Dough)

  • Sprinkle flour onto your bench. Use a rolling pin to roll out your pizza base until you get the desired thickness.
  • Using your fists, gently turn and push your knuckles outwards to spread your pizza dough.
  • Lay your dough out flat and roll your dough onto your rolling pin. Sprinkle more flour onto a pizza serving tray. and roll it back out. Gently push the edges out to fill the serving tray.
  • Using the back of a dessert spoon spread barbecue or tomato paste onto the pizza base, starting from the middle in circle motions until covered in pizza sauce.
  • Sprinkle cheese, ground beef, onion, and ham followed by all of your chosen toppings.

Cooking your Meat Lover's Pizza

  • The pizza is heavy and won't slide onto the pizza stone. Place the serving tray directly onto the pizza stone, close the lid, and cook for 5 minutes on the high setting.
  • Family Q owners, turn the small has control knob to the off position and leave the large gas control knob on high to quickly strengthen the pizza dough and make it easier to move to the pizza stone.
    Medium and Baby Q owners, leave the gas control knob on high.
  • After 5 minutes lift the lid and check if the pizza dough is strong enough to move to the pizza stone without splitting. Use a large flat tool such as a pizza spatula to gently lift and push the pizza onto the stone.
  • Close the lid and turn the gas control knob to the medium/middle setting. This is for both Family Q, Medium, and Baby Q.
  • Maintain a temperature between 250°C to 260°C (480°F to 500°F) at all times by adjusting the gas control knob between medium to medium high.
  • Cook for 20 minutes or until crust is golden brown on the edges and underneath the pizza. Try to avoid lifting the lid of the weber to keep the heat inside.
  • When the pizza is cooked, gently lift and push the pizza back onto the pizza serving tray, turn off the gas control knob/s, and shut off the LPG gas bottle.
  • Allow to cool for 5 minutes, slice into 8 pieces, and serve.

Notes

You are most welcome to use any pizza toppings you like. My recipe is a guide to creating a delicious fully loaded meat lover's pizza.
And Bon Appétit!

Nutrition

Serving: 1SliceCalories: 372kcal (19%)Carbohydrates: 3.8g (1%)Protein: 28.3g (57%)Fat: 27.6g (42%)Saturated Fat: 11.9g (74%)Cholesterol: 92mg (31%)Sodium: 1117mg (49%)Potassium: 276mg (8%)Fiber: 0.8g (3%)Sugar: 0.6g (1%)Calcium: 243mg (24%)Iron: 5mg (28%)
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