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This homemade BBQ Brisket Pizza is one of those must haves when you cook a big brisket and have a bunch of leftovers. In my opinion, it is a touch better with leftovers from the point, but it is just as delicious with the flat part of the brisket. This BBQ brisket pizza is super easy to make and the whole family loves it, including the little ones!

Homemade BBQ Brisket Pizza Ingredients

  • 1 Package – Delallo Pizza Dough Kit (Preferred)
  • Brisket (Point, Flat or mix of the two)
  • Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce (Or your favorite sauce)
  • Red Onion, Sliced
  • Pizza Cheese, Shredded
  • Parchment Paper or Cornmeal

How to Setup the Big Green Egg for BBQ Brisket Pizza

Get the Big Green Egg dialed in right around 500-600 degrees. Pizza is cooked indirect with the plate setter inserted with the feet facing upward. On top of the plate setter should be your grate followed by pizza stone.

How to Prepare BBQ Brisket Pizza for the Big Green Egg

Start out by following the Delallo Pizza Dough Kit directions in which you’ll want to let the dough set out and rise for a good 45 minutes prior to starting.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Spread a Thin Layer of Flour

Once the Pizza dough is ready, spread some flour on a baking mat creating a nice even coat.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Place Dough on Lightly Floured Baking Mat

Flatten 1/4 of the dough on the baking mat and sprinkle lightly with flour until the dough is workable and not super sticky.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Roll the Pizza Dough Out

With a roller, roll the dough out in which we prefer the crust to be super thin. Shape as needed, but we aren’t picky and the dough usually winds up more square than round.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Place Dough on Parchment Paper and Trim

Once the dough is spread out and made into a thin crust, cut some parchment paper to size and place the dough on the parchment paper.

Trim the parchment paper so there isn’t a bunch of extra hanging off the sides. Cornmeal works to prevent the dough from sticking as well, but parchment paper is just easier, in my opinion.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Add a thin layer of BBQ Sauce and Spread

From here, the BBQ brisket pizza can be assembled. Start out by spreading a thin layer of your favorite BBQ sauce in which we prefer Sweet Baby Ray’s or Famous Dave’s sauce.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Add Brisket

Spread and even amount of brisket across the top of the pizza.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Add Red Onion

Followed by sliced red onion.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Add Cheese

Finish the BBQ brisket pizza by topping it off with your favorite cheese in which we like to use a pizza blend.

How to Make Homemade BBQ Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Add Pizza to the Big Green Egg

From here, the Big Green Egg should be dialed in somewhere between 500 and 600 degrees. Once it is heated up, slide the pizza and the parchment paper on to the pizza stone and close the lid.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Turn and Remove Parchment Paper

After 2-3 minutes go by the dough should be done to the point that it will no longer stick to the peel. Scoop the pizza up, turn it 45 degrees all while removing the parchment paper.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Remove Pizza

Once the parchment paper is removed it should only take another 2-3 minutes. Start checking the underside of the BBQ brisket pizza to ensure it isn’t burning. Once the underside is a nice toasted tan color, the pizza is ready to be removed.

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Cut and Serve

Bring the pizza in and place it on a cutting board. Create slices however you prefer to and enjoy!

Own - Homemade Bbq Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg (Kamado) - Cut BBQ Brisket Pizza
Yield: 4

Homemade BBQ Brisket Pizza on the Big Green Egg

Prep Time: 45 minutes
Cook Time: 6 minutes
Total Time: 51 minutes

This homemade BBQ Brisket Pizza is one of those must haves when you cook a big brisket and have a bunch of leftovers. In my opinion, it is a touch better with leftovers from the point, but it is just as delicious with the flat part of the brisket. This BBQ brisket pizza is super easy to make and the whole family loves it, including the little ones!

Ingredients

  • 1 Package – Delallo Pizza Dough Kit (Preferred)
  • Brisket (Point, Flat or mix of the two)
  • Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce (Or your favorite sauce)
  • Red Onion, Sliced
  • Pizza Cheese, Shredded
  • Flour
  • Parchment Paper or Cornmeal

Instructions

  1. Make the Delallo Pizza dough and set aside for the 45 minutes the directions on the package call for.
  2. Sprinkle and spread a thing layer of flower on the baking mat to porevent the dough from sticking. Take a 1/4 of the dough and roll it out to form a thin crust pizza dough.
  3. Add a thin layer of your favorite BBQ sauce, brisket, red onion and top with cheese.
  4. The Big Green Egg should be dialed into 500-600 degrees in which the plate setter should be inserted with the feet facing up, followed by the grate and finally the pizza stone. Ensure to heat the stone up with the BGE.
  5. Place the BBQ Brisket Pizza and parchment paper on the pizza stone. After about two minutes the dough should be cooked to the point it is no longer sticky. Rotate the pizza 45 degrees and remove the parchment paper.
  6. Continue cooking for another 2-3 in which you'll want to check the bottom of the dough to ensure it doesn't burn. Pull when the crust is cooked to your liking, the bottom of the pizza should be toasted a nice tan color.
  7. Remove, slice, serve and enjoy!

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I have a bachelor's degree in construction engineering. When I’m not constructing or remodeling X-Ray Rooms, Cardiovascular Labs, and Pharmacies...I’m at home with my wife, two daughters and a dog. Outside of family, I love grilling and barbequing on my Big Green Egg and working on projects around the house.

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