# Grilled Greek Pizza

**Grilled Greek Pizza**, A light and healthy mediterranean style pizza cooked on the grill!

There are only a few things in life I love more than the smell of yeasty dough bubbling up while baking. The aroma floods my mind with countless memories, comforting and warm.

Memories of mom’s homemade bread from a live yeast starter. Memories of tender buttery yeast rolls, as soft as clouds. Memories of clumsily learning to make pizza from scratch as a newlywed.

We tend to associate dough with heavy calorie-laden meals. Yet today’s Grilled Greek Pizza is lean-and-mean with fresh raw veggies and just a sprinkling of feta cheese.

I love grilled pizza in any form, but Grilled Greek Pizza is at the top of my list this summer.

Loaded with creamy hummus, arugula, fresh garden tomatoes, briny olives, a touch of feta, and a drizzle of good olive oil, I’m going Greek any chance I get!

The foundation of any good grilled pizza is the dough. I make a simple dough, with just 6 ingredients: yeast, water, sugar, bread flour, olive oil and sea salt.

The most important thing to remember about making quality pizza dough is use good quality ingredients. Make sure your yeast hasn’t been sitting around too long, and use the best olive oil and sea salt you can get your hands on.

Although homemade pizza dough is amazing, if you’re in a hurry you can buy pizza dough in the freezer section, or sometimes the deli section of your grocery store.

Grill the pizza dough on hot grilling stones then load with hummus and fresh ingredients. Drizzle the top of the Grilled Greek Pizza with olive oil to bring out the flavors.

If you don’t have a grilling stone, you can use a baking stone or just throw the pizza dough right on the grill grates. It’s just a little harder to flip over when on the grates.

This easy Grilled Greek Pizza is loaded with fresh ingredients and cooks up in minutes. It’s a fabulous mid-week meal that can hold it’s own on the weekend.

amy @ uTryIt—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:28 amThis is such an awesome giveaway. As the grilling season started, I’m looking into grilled pizza…but I don’t have this baking stone. I would love to start grilling pizza on this gorgeous Emile Henry Grilling and Baking Stone! As for my grilled pizza, I would put pesto, heirloom tomatoes, goat cheese, and sausage on it. Yum! :P

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Mike—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:38 amMy friends always laugh at me because I like EVERYTHING on my pizza, grilled or otherwise. They say I like to “drag it through the garden.”.

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Katarina—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:00 amYour grilled pizza looks yummy!

mlb—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:08 amOh, what a great giveaway! I love to put thin pear slices with a little prosciutto or bacon, some goat cheese and then top with arugula when it done grilling.

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Kelster—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:30 amI want two pizzaas – one with salmon and the other with everything on it. I can never make up my mind when it comes to pizza. Or maybe a Caprese Pizza.

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Belinda @zomppa—postedJuly 16, 2012at3:51 amWhat a wonderful healthy alternative to greasy, limpy pizza!

Cori—postedJuly 16, 2012at5:49 amI love peaches, fresh mozz and balsamic!

Karen Sue—postedJuly 16, 2012at5:51 amI would make a grilled chicken alfredo

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Ali @ Gimme Some Oven—postedJuly 16, 2012at6:22 amMmmm…this pizza looks heavenly! Lately I am obsessed with caprese pizza. So fresh and delicious!

karen—postedJuly 16, 2012at6:35 amMMm I like to put roasted eggplant on my pizzas

Ann Meyer—postedJuly 16, 2012at6:48 amAny kind of vegetables.

Joann—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:18 amPotatoes and fontina cheese with some carmalized onions! YUMMM! :)

Sarah—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:30 amKasseri cheese, sliced tomatoes, fresh basil and balsamic syrup.

Katie C—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:33 ampineapple. my absolute favorite pizza topping ever!

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Veronica—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:42 amI’m a huge fan of the bianca pizza – I especially love to saute some spinach with a little bit of garlic then top it with shredded mozzarella and fresh mozzarella! So delicious!! Another combo is just a pesto base and then shredded mozzarella, fresh mozzarella and some fontina cheese!

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Jessen—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:51 amCreamed Spinach Pizza and Hummus/Veggie Pizza are two homemade favs!

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Jolinne—postedJuly 16, 2012at8:04 amMy grilled pizza would have to have, some sort of red sauce, a nice italian sausage (spicy), red pepper, bella mushrooms, arugula and similar to yourself crumpled feta and drizzle of olive oil!

Heather (Heather's Dish)—postedJuly 16, 2012at8:24 ami can honestly say i’ve never had grilled pizza, but i feel that changing very quickly! i’m thinking some sort of chicken sausage and peaches…yum!

Erin @ The Spiffy Cookie—postedJuly 16, 2012at8:33 amI love fresh mozzarella on my grilled pizza. Add some tomato sauce and arugula too!

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Brian @ A Thought For Food—postedJuly 16, 2012at8:55 amFirst of all… damn you for making me hungry for pizza at 11AM. :-/ I could devour that whole thing.

Ok, next… that pizza stone would be used SO much here. We’re big time grillers and this is just what we need to start doing more pizzas.

Aggie—postedJuly 16, 2012at9:11 amI love that grill pan!! So cool!

I love all kinds of fresh veggies on my pizza, but especially one topped with arugula, that’s been my favorite lately…salad pizza!

sonia—postedJuly 16, 2012at9:13 amamazing pizza dear. and i love to top it with olives and toms :)

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Laura (Tutti Dolci)—postedJuly 16, 2012at9:27 amThis pizza looks amazing, Sommer. Love the hummus!

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marla—postedJuly 16, 2012at9:45 amSuch a beautiful pizza and amazing photos, I want to dive into this!

Kari—postedJuly 16, 2012at10:18 amCanadian bacon & pineapple! Yummy.

Kimberly—postedJuly 16, 2012at10:34 amWe love pizza at our house. Favorite toppings include tomatoes, onions, olives and any other veggie we can find!

Amber—postedJuly 16, 2012at11:12 amYummy looking…especially love olives. I love spinach and mushroom on pizza. Add in some garlic and goat cheese and you can’t go wrong!

Sara P.—postedJuly 16, 2012at11:38 amI like grilled veggies and pesto on my pizza!

bake your day—postedJuly 16, 2012at11:39 amThis pizza is awesome. Perfect flavors and toppings. We have been grilling pizza a lot and I usually choose either loads of fresh veggies or tomato/basil/mozzarella. Love it any way though!

Kel—postedJuly 16, 2012at11:52 amLots of veges — your pizza looks great!!

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Melissa M—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:14 pmbbq sauce, chicken, smoked mozzarella and red onions…

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Elizabeth@ Food Ramblings—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:32 pmi will pretty much eat anything on pizza :) yum!

TMJ—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:34 pmMargerita pizza – olive oil, garlic, tomatoes & fresh mozzarella!

Tina Rice—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:40 pmI love putting fresh spinach, sliced tomatoes and fresh basil with some mozzarella cheese on my pizza.

Jennifer @ Peanut Butter and Peppers—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:53 pmThe pizza looks amazing! I love Greek pizza! I have to try your dough recipe!!

Sarah—postedJuly 16, 2012at12:59 pmI would make Thai Grilled Chicken pizza. A spicy sauce with that charred pizza dough flavor? MMMMM

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Debi H.—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:07 pmI like lots of veggies on my pizza…peppers, onions, olives, tomatoes! I also like bbq chicken pizza with bacon and red onion.

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Sandy C—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:16 pmCut up leftover meat w/ sautted peppers,onions mushrooms and jalapenos. Fresh mozzerella and a drizzle of good olive oil and fresh basil completes the pizza.

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ladywild—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:44 pmWith a good crust, I’d choose a very simple pizza. Fresh basil and fresh mozzarella

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Deb—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:53 pmA swirl of marinara along with a swirl of pesto, topped with red onion, mushrooms, bits of fresh pineapple, mozzarella and parmesan cheeses and when it’s done, topped with fresh arugula and calamata olives…

neonmoon10—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:53 pmI would put fresh tomatoes and spinach on my pizza. Maybe some meat if I had some already cooked.

Christina G—postedJuly 16, 2012at1:58 pmI would keep my topping very simple – a little tomato sauce lots of sweet red peppers and mozzarella (plus herbs) yum!

mgredmex—postedJuly 16, 2012at2:00 pmI follow you by email – I like to grill my pizza dough and then top it with Hazelnut spread, strawberries and bananas.

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Celia—postedJuly 16, 2012at3:11 pmPesto, fresh tomatoes, salt, pepper and olive oil! Another with hummus, leftover grilled chicken, feta, olive oil, salt and pepper. Lunch tomorrow!

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Kathleen Hendry—postedJuly 16, 2012at4:20 pmI love to put rotisserie Chicken, Basil, Pinenuts, and olive oil

MaryBeth—postedJuly 16, 2012at4:56 pmGoat cheese, arugula tossed with olive oil and white balsamIc vinegar and some prosciutto. Dang…I want some right now!

staci—postedJuly 16, 2012at5:02 pmi love roasted red peppers and onions with goat’s cheese. Then some spinach or arugula after it is off the grill and drizzle a little chili oil! mmmmmmm

Sue Moody—postedJuly 16, 2012at5:14 pmI love the baking stones for oven use with pizzas……the grilling concept is only going to make taste for gilled pizza that much better. As far as my first grilled pizza….the Greek for sure. I love grilled peaches, crushed olive tampanade, sundried tomatoes, olive oil glaze, minced and cooked pancetta, and arugula tossed in balsamic after removing from the grill.

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Will—postedJuly 16, 2012at5:29 pmMozzarella, homemade tomato sauce and basil

Kathy - Panini Happy—postedJuly 16, 2012at5:55 pmWhat a gorgeous pizza! My favorite ingredients would have to be prosciutto and caramelized onions. :-)

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Cori—postedJuly 16, 2012at6:46 pmTomatoes, basil and mozzarella- simple but delicious!

Duane Middlebrook—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:39 pmI’m a sausage guy so it’s always on my pizza, grilled or not.

Jeanette—postedJuly 16, 2012at7:56 pmSommer – love this healthy pizza! I love the idea of hummus on this pizza.

Cindy—postedJuly 16, 2012at8:08 pmWow! I might actually be able to grill a pizza with this stone. My pizza of choice would be margarita.

Jenah Parris—postedJuly 16, 2012at8:08 pmMmmmmm, pesto, cheese, roasted red peppers, onion…..YUM!!!!!

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Stephanie @ Eat. Drink. Love.—postedJuly 16, 2012at10:18 pmThis looks fabulous!! I actually have my own greek grilled pizza. It’s pretty simple. I just throw a greek salad on top of the dough after I grill it up! It’s my favorite pizza ever!

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nik—postedJuly 16, 2012at10:32 pmLately I’m addicted to pesto and artichoke heart pizza. :)

Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious—postedJuly 16, 2012at11:01 pmWhat an awesome pizza! I love all these fresh flavors! As for my own pizza, I’d love to try a chicken enchilada version.

Jen at The Three Little Piglets—postedJuly 16, 2012at11:57 pmI’m madly in love with fig anything on my pizza lately, but that grilled crust looks good enough to eat all by itself!

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Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar—postedJuly 17, 2012at4:07 amMmmm I like goats cheese, sundried tomatoes, kalamata olives, spinach, and onions!

Jen D—postedJuly 17, 2012at6:56 amI love my grilled pizza with grilled spicy sausage and pickles jalapenos!!!

Kristen M—postedJuly 17, 2012at7:17 amI like to put fresh tomatoes and herbs from the garden. I’ll be trying your dough recipe since I’m still looking for the “perfect” one. Your picture reminds me of a pita bread dough I’ve made. Looks delicious!

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sandy—postedJuly 17, 2012at7:32 amI would love to cook up pizza on this grill using my Big Green Egg Grill

Shawn @ I Wash...You Dry—postedJuly 17, 2012at8:02 amI love to put grilled tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella on a grilled pizza. MMMM!

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amy marantino—postedJuly 17, 2012at8:38 ami like to put broccoli on my grilled pizza

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Deb Harris—postedJuly 17, 2012at8:40 amThis is a great giveaway! I’d love to try both my first grilled pizza& first white pizza. I’ve been thinking of trying one with ricotta & mushrooms then maybe arugula dressed with olive oil & lemon juice on top. I’ve been making traditional pizzas with red sauce & Italian sausage or meatballs which my kids have always loved but my husband & I are ready to branch out.

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Ann—postedJuly 17, 2012at8:55 amBecause my garden is so fruitful, mine will ge a grilled garden pizza with lots os tomatoes,, zucchini, onions, basil and greens!

Jeffrey—postedJuly 17, 2012at9:14 amI would put tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, garlic, goat cheese, italian sausage, sweet peppers and fresh oregano.

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Elle H.—postedJuly 17, 2012at2:31 pmOn a grilled pizza, summer tomatoes, basil, goat cheese, plus a bit of purple garlic would suit me fine

Kathy Eyre—postedJuly 17, 2012at2:50 pmPineapple, feta and ham…sounds strange but it is really good

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Julia {The Roasted Root}—postedJuly 17, 2012at4:01 pmI love Greek style everything…a couple of days ago I had an excellent Greek salad that totally hit the spot and left me with an ear to ear grin…super simple, refreshing and tasty! Your pizza looks awesome. Love the plate you cooked it on, this looks like tons of fun! Bet that thing is great for cooking up pancakes too!

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Keri-Danielle—postedJuly 18, 2012at7:05 amI would try to replicate this pizza I had in Boston: Pulled Chicken goat cheese fondue, chimichurri sauce, grilled corn, roasted summer vegetables.

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Karen Lynch—postedJuly 18, 2012at4:29 pmFresh basil, tomatoes, ball mozzarella, mushrooms, and chicken with either red or white sauce.

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Cécy—postedJuly 18, 2012at8:07 pmFirst I love the idea of cooking the pizza and using it as a salad base.

Second I would put arugula, goat cheese and tart apples or roasted beets.

Wendi Broden—postedJuly 19, 2012at1:55 amI have never had grilled pizza, but I am thinking I would love to try a chicken pesto with feta grilled pizza, or an old fashioned margherita! Thanks for an awesome giveaway! This would be a welcomed edition to our kitchen (and grill!) :)

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Allison—postedJuly 19, 2012at5:34 pmI put TONS of veggies, the more the better. Peppers of all colors, olives, mushrooms, onions, broccoli, pickles, artichokes, greens, anything! Top with some feta or goat cheese, and mini meatballs if I want some extra calories :P

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Cristina—postedJuly 20, 2012at9:31 pmI look forward to making grilled pizza on this Emile Henry Grilling and Baking Stone!

Cristina—postedJuly 20, 2012at9:33 pmMy favorite toppings are grilled veggies, with generous drizzle of olive oil, and spices: basil, oregano.

Cristina—postedJuly 20, 2012at9:42 pmWhen it comes to pizza, my family is traditional: we like tomato sauce as a base– (only a little bit, otherwise it gets soggy) — I’ll have to try the hummus! Great idea — and it’s not as liquid and runny as tomato, so I suspect it will be family favorite.

Cristina—postedJuly 20, 2012at9:45 pmI have had rave reviews with grilled eggplant, add tomatoes, olives, and a small helping of mozzarella, sprinkled with parmesan.

Cristina—postedJuly 20, 2012at9:48 pmAnother good option we enjoy is deconstructed ratatouille (minus the onion): sliced eggplant, sliced zucchini, sliced tomatoes, fines herbes, olives and plenty of olive oil.

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shannon—postedJuly 21, 2012at7:00 ammy grilled pizza would include white alfredo sauce, chicken, and basil! delicious!

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BusyWorkingMama—postedJuly 21, 2012at10:36 amI love artichokes and fresh summer veggies on my grilled pizza.

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Mb—postedJuly 22, 2012at1:40 amplums and ricotta!

Steph—postedJuly 22, 2012at5:41 amI love chicken with dollups of ricotta cheese…at least I used to in coolege after we would hit the bars! so long ago….!

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Natalie G.—postedJuly 22, 2012at12:09 pmTomatoes, chicken, basil and red peppers!

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Cara—postedJuly 23, 2012at7:51 amThis pizza sounds fantastic, I love the idea of hummus as a “sauce”! Lately we’ve been into eggplant on our grilled pizza. Savory (grilled eggplant with tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil) and savory-sweet (with figs, goat cheese, honey and mint) are both right up our alley :)

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Valerie—postedJuly 24, 2012at10:09 amI like to put thinly sliced grilled chicken on grilled pizza!

Carolsue—postedJuly 25, 2012at3:20 amVeggies — onions, olives, zucchini, whatever I have pretty much

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Carmen—postedJuly 25, 2012at9:15 pmI love lots of toppings – sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms (fresh), onions, green peppers, tomatoes, and tons of cheese.

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Connie—postedJuly 26, 2012at1:59 amI love 4 cheese pizza and anything Thai flavored. Just found your site from a tastespotting link.

PancakeNinja—postedJuly 26, 2012at6:39 amI am just made pesto vegetable pizza and really liked it

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maria—postedJuly 26, 2012at7:26 amOh I’d put goat cheese, olive oil, prosciutto, marinated artichokes and definitely chilies!

Melissa Phillips—postedJuly 26, 2012at4:34 pmI love to put a balsamic reduction onto of my pizza along with tomatoes, fresh basil, and feta cheese! I posted to pinterest and Facebook. :)

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Bethany Jones—postedJuly 26, 2012at8:14 pmi think your pizza looks amazing … but my fave is with pesto and veggies. mmmmm!!

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Corey Cave—postedJuly 26, 2012at8:21 pmAsparagus, prosciutto and sage with a white bechamel sauce. Yummm!

Jennie @themessybakerblog—postedJuly 26, 2012at8:27 pmYour pizza looks yummy! I so want this stone. I love putting tons of veggies on my pizza.

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