Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza

June/July 2006

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The secret to a grilled pizza is having all your ingredients ready to go before you head out to the grill. Make it a meal: Toss the extra black beans, diced tomato and some avocado with prewashed salad greens and a tangy vinaigrette and dinner is on the table in no time.

"This was awesome!!! I used whole wheat pre-made crusts, cooked them for 6 mins in a 425 oven, then used salsa instead of BBQ sauce and added a little cumin to the tomato mix. Baked for 20 mins then broiled for a couple to crisp up the...
Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza

21 Reviews for Smoky Corn & Black Bean Pizza


I ended up cooking this pizza in the oven at 450 degrees. I made my own crust brushed it with olive oil and pre-baked it for six minutes. I added an 1/8th of a teaspoon of crushed red pepper and a 1/4 of a teaspoon of cilantro to the tomato, corn and black bean mix. Topped the pre-baked crust with beans and veggies and topped with cheese. My husband and I love this pizza.


I really likes this recipe. I did not cook the pizza on the grill. I used my oven and it came out wonderful! I also added some green onions which I believe really made the dish.


This is a great, easy, fast and relatively cheap dinner. Good for leftovers as well.


It was good. The way to get to good was a road I'd rather be more prepared for next time. Might help to make an equipment required section for this so people can get the pizza on and off the grill without tearing the pizza, spilling the toppings, or worse burning themselves. The pizza would've been much better with the right equipment, but its still good in the almost square shape its in, not fully melted cheese, and crust that got too thick since I had to cover the hole when I flipped it. Still was good and I plan to make another once I have the right tools.


This is great! I also like it with smoked gouda cheese or white cheddar.


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