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Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza

by Maria

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This Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza is creamy and flavorful. On a day when being out with friends in the shady yard seems like a dream come true, it is so easy to grill this gourmet pizza. It takes just 5 minutes, and grilling pizza is a skill every barbecue master must have.

The first thing you will likely want to ask {because ALL of our friends did} is “doesn’t the pizza fall through the grill grates”?


Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza

I’ll give you the overview, so you can become a believer!

You will get the grill hot, and baste it lightly with olive oil. The pizza dough on the grill puffs up nice and crispy on the bottom. Then you will flip and add topping. Close the lid. The detailed instructions are below, but I promise you will be glad you learned this.

If you know my party recipes, I always have three requirements.

#1 – tastes amazing

#2 – simple and fast

#3 – exciting for guests

This tasty, delicious grilled pizza was fun to make and fantastic to eat.

I am SO excited to work with Notable wines. What I love about Notable is that the flavor profiles are highlighted right on the front of the bottle. It just makes buying wine and pairing small plates way so much less confusing.

We knew right away that a Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza would be the perfect pairing for the Oaky & Buttery Chardonnay.

Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza

Wines vary in style, region and taste and so it is wonderful to have the flavor profiles so elegantly placed with music notes on the label. Think sultry jazz playing in the background while you savor ever sip.

Can you tell wine is my love language?

Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza

We also loved the Fruity & Crisp Chardonnay with prosciutto & melon.

This was one of those afternoons I am so LUCKY to do what I do. Friends stopped by all throughout the day; we grilled pizzas to order; we sipped wine and had a great time.

I love bringing joy to people, and this afternoon was a big hit.

Grilling pizzas was fun for everyone.

This pairing did not disappoint!


Grilled Asiago Mushroom Herb Pizza

Here is a party tip: Roll out 6-8 pizza doughs and cook to order as people arrive. It is so much fun to slide this on the grill and make to order.

Aren’t these mushrooms beautiful? My sister also  hand made this beautiful dish for me to use on just this kind of occasion. The Asiago mushroom combination is one of my favorites.


Appetizer: Serves 8-10 people

Preparation Time: 10 minutes


  • 2 pre-made pizza dough balls
  • 2 tbls olive oil
  • 1/2 cup Alfredo sauce
  • 8 oz Crimini mushrooms
  • 1/2 wedge of Asiago Cheese, thinly shaved
  • Oregano


Lightly flour a cutting board, on cutting board roll 1/2 of  one pizza dough into a circle, let dough rest for 5 minutes, reshape if needed after resting

Heat 1 tbsp olive oil in frying pan, saute mushrooms for 4 minutes, tossing periodically until brown

Bring the following items to the grill: pizza dough, cheese, Alfredo sauce, sauted mushrooms, oregano

Heat the grill to the highest heat. You should not be able to hold your hand next to the grill for more than 1-2 seconds

Let the pizza slide off the cutting board onto the grill

Let grill for 2-3 minutes, until crisp

Flip the pizza, add the Alfredo sauce, cheese and mushroom topping quickly and close the lid

Your pizza will be ready in 2-4 minutes


Make ahead for a party: You can roll the dough for many pizzas at one time.  Store them in the fridge between wax paper for us to 6 hours.



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