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Old 06-02-2015, 08:53 AM   #1
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I did my first Kamado Cooked Pizza on my Akorn. I bought pizza dough at Publix and added our sauce and toppings. I put my stone on the main grate after I lit the cooker. I got the cooker to 550* and slid the pie onto the stone using my peel and a piece of parchment paper. I cooked the pie for 8 minutes but should have done 6. The bottom was over done. But it was very good.







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Pizza's are good on the grills.....and I don't like pizza!!
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Instead of using wax paper try getting corn meal and using it to slide the dough on and off the peel, adds a good crunch and flavor to the pie. I can't wait till I have an egg, or a acorn.
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Instead of using wax paper try getting corn meal and using it to slide the dough on and off the peel, adds a good crunch and flavor to the pie. I can't wait till I have an egg, or a acorn.
I truly love my Akorn. It will cook most anything. Best $299.00 I ever spent.
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