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Le Stove

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Hi, tried once, very good but I think it takes too much time...
 

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Murphy's Law

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The very first cook on my Traeger was a Papa Murphy Take and Bake pizza. It was very good.

papa Murphy even includes directions on how to cook on a smoker or pellet grill.
 

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Do it all the time. Friday night is typically pizza night at our house. 12 minutes at 480 on my IronWood 650. Hardly ever buy pizza out anymore.
 

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Anyone ever smoked/grilled pizza on the Traeger?
Yes - almost on a weekly basis. I usually set temp to 450 - 500 and it takes about 10-12 minutes depending on the thickness of the crust. I always use a pizza stone and the crust comes out nice and crisp!
 

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I use mine to cook and reheat pizza all the time too. Get yourself a good pizza stone. Like others have said, 10-12 mins at 450-500 does the trick to cook pizza. 400-450 for 6-8 mins to reheat.
 

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Or I have a Baking Steel.
Best Pizza ever.
Anything you can cook in an oven is even better on the grill.
Even quiche!!
 

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I use a ‘Pizza Steel’ vs a Pizza stone, it works the same way that Grill grates work, concentrating the heat.
I place it on the Left of my T1300 and set at 450 the steel shows 600 on the IR gun...
 

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It’s the Red Stag off Amazon- with stone. Have the pro 22 and it fits right in - pizza done in 5 min at 350 setting
 

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We make pizza once a week, use this calculator to make your own dough:


This is his video on how to make the dough:


They are awesome Neapolitan style pizzas, when putting it on the stone I make it on grease proof paper, makes it a lot easier to slide on and off. About 6 minutes into the cook I quickly remove the paper from under the pizza.
 
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