Spinach Artichoke Dip Grill Pan Pizza
Grill pan pizza!
Have you done this yet? It’s amazing, you need to add this to your weeknight meal ideas. Outside of the dough, which you can buy at markets like Trader Joe’s and Fresh & Easy, it takes about 10 minutes and it’s amazing. Pizza in your grill pan!
If you don’t have a grill pan, use your cast iron skillet, of you don’t have a cast iron skillet run (don’t walk!) out and buy one right now. Without question it’s my favorite, most versatile cooking device. With it I’ve made brownies, bacon fat biscuits, chorizo egg breakfast skillet, countless chicken recipes, the perfect roasted potatoes, queso dip, bread, and now here we are with this fabulous pizza.
I own a cast iron grill pan (above) that was quite spendy, as well as a $9 10-inch cast iron skillet from Target. Both perform about the same. As much as many companies would love for me to tell you to run out and buy that $125 one (which, let’s be honest, I totally want), that $9 Target one has been a work horse.
Once you get your grill pan, check out Megan’s advice on How to Care for a Cast Iron Skillet.
But lets talk about that dough for a moment. This takes about a half of a standard pizza dough recipe, which usually yields one pound of dough. Which means you can make two pizzas (thats the Joey Special for all you FRIENDS fans) or save the other half for another night.
This is my favorite way to make a pizza right now. Pizza stones are great, but I always seem to have some struggles getting the raw pizza from the peel to the stone. The cast iron gives it that nice bubbly, crispy and slightly charred tasted of grilled pizza and it only takes ten minutes.