Yield: 6 pinse (about 6 x 10 inches each)
Grilled Roman pinse can be just as wonderful at the end of a meal as they are for a main course. Be sure to choose firm peaches that hold up to grilling, and have the toppings ready before you grill the dough, since they will need to go on right away.
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