Yield: Makes two 10-inch pizzas
White pizzas tend to be drier than red, so it’s good to include ingredients that add moisture, as in this one topped with a tangle of summer squash and sweet caramelized onions.
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This was one of the best and easiest pizzas we've done on the grill this summer.
Very good pizza. I will definitely make it again.
Excellent pizza! Mostly followed the recipe: added another onion and 2 tbs balsamic in the saut. I did not have yellow squash but an abundance of homegrown zucchini and used that. May not have been as pretty, but the vegetables were tasty and perfectly done. Also added a couple of slices of prosciutto. Will definitely make this again.
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