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Grilled Garlic Naan Pizza with Mojo Pork and Grilled Pineapple

Posted Oct 20 2010 6:02am
After buying my new Crock Pot my husband Chris decided he wanted to put a bone-in Boston Butt in it.  He marinated it in Goya Mojo , rubbed a dry rub (called butt rub ) into it and put it in the Crock Pot.  On low.  For two hours. 

Um honey?  That is going to take about ten hours.  We'll have to cook it overnight on low.

OOOh baby did that thing come out tender.  It was done at about 9AM and I had to force myself to step away from the pork. 

On another note I've been craving pizza, pizza and more pizza so where did this lead me?  To a grilled pizza with slow roasted mojo pork, roasted red peppers, grilled onion and pineapple and some fresh mozzarella all happily mingling on a garlic naan.  Good thing I worked out twice.

BOOYA!

Doesn't this photo kind of make my pizza look like Africa?

Hmm let's see....Yup.  Just like the tip of Africa.
I meant to do that.

**Note to self: Next time do NOT go take a quick shower no matter HOW quick you think you can do it as the naan will burn. (Hence the "well done" look pictured here"). 

But damn, this pizza is no joke.  Burned or not we polished both off between three people.

Grilled Garlic Naan Pizza with Mojo Pork and Grilled Pineapple Printable Recipe
Ingredients

2 garlic naan
3 roasted red peppers, chopped
1 cup roasted pork, chopped
1 cup fresh pineapple, sliced into rings
1 onions, sliced into thin rounds
3/4 cup shredded fresh mozzarella
Sprinkle of parsley (optional for garnish)

Directions

1. Grill the onions and pineapple rings.  Cool a bit and slice onion thinly and cut pineapple into chunks.

2.  Spray the garlic naan with cooking spray. Place top side down and grill until just toasted. Turn over and top with the peppers through mozzarella.  Close the lid until the cheese gets melty and delicious.

3. Let cool so you don't burn the crap out of the roof of your mouth.

4. Sprinkle with parsley and Enjoy!
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