I’m pretty sure that I would get fired from a pizza kitchen. I cannot toss, roll or form dough at all. I mean, I can roll the dough enough to get it into the size and shape of a pizza pan, but it is far from perfect. I’m sure with enough practice and a focus on technique I could improve my pizza tossing skills, but I’ve never really needed to since I live with a professional pizza chef. Okay, maybe not a professional, but Brad is far better at rolling out pizza dough then I am. Sometimes, I think he thinks he is a professional (as he tosses dough into the air and I wince as it almost hits the floor). In our house, when it comes to making pizza, its a team effort. Brad forms the dough into a pizza and I add the toppings.
The combination of the toppings makes this one of my favorite pizzas. I love how the pineapple adds something sweet and juicy and the cilantro always adds something unique and fresh. If you wanted to kick the spice up a bit, you could also add a few diced jalapenos.
I like my crust very thin, so I usually use half of a standard size ball of pizza dough. I recommend using your favorite barbecue sauce with this pizza. Stubb’s original bbq sauce is my personal favorite.
Spoonful of Flavor original