Grilled Summer Fruit Pizza

8 Jul

Grilled Summer Fruit Pizza

As I am writing this, the thermometer in our house is reading 90 degrees.  In my house.  No, not outside in the sun.  In my living room.  When we bought this great mid-century modern home, with the high-peaked ceilings, sun-soaked living room and custom windows, we didn’t think about the hot, humid New York summers. Or the fact that air conditioning units don’t fit in those custom windows.  Or central air can’t be installed in the (weird) walls. That may have been because we bought the house in March, on a beautiful crisp day.  Not feeling too crisp right about now.

Since it is so hot in my house (as evidenced by the three cold showers I took today), we have been trying to not cook anything inside, and this includes dessert. We made this dessert pizza on the Fourth of July, and it was the perfect ending to a summer meal.

Grilled Summer Fruit Pizza

Pizza dough (homemade or store-bought)

2 peaches, halved and pitted

2 plums, halved and pitted

1/2 cup mascarpone cheese

1 Tablespoon honey

Turn grill on high and cook plums and peaches until fruit is softened, about five minutes

Grilled Fruit

Remove from heat and place in a bowl while you prepare the dough

Grilled Fruit

Roll out pizza dough (further instructions here)

Place dough on pizza peel, oil the top side and turn oiled side out onto grill (medium-high); while the bottom is cooking, oil the top side

Grill dough until grill marks start to form, flip and do the same for the other side (about two minutes per side)Grilled Dough

Remove from heat and immediately spread mascarpone on cooked dough; top with grilled fruit and drizzle honey over the top; return to grill, cover and allow for mascarpone to melt, about one minute

Grilled Summer Fruit Pizza

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