Saturday, March 16, 2013

Philly Cheesesteak Pizza

Last week I made the Flank Steak with Red Wine Pan Sauce from the Kentucky Fresh Cookbook and it was so delicious.**  I doubled the recipe and had extra steak, so I decided to use the extra steak to make a pizza (our new favorite dinner menu item).  I got it into my head that I must have a Philly Cheesesteak Pizza.  And so that's what I made.  It was my favorite pizza that I've made so far (you can see my other favorite pizza recipes here).  I highly recommend that you try this recipe at home!  

Philly Cheesesteak Pizza

The ingredients:

Thin strips of steak cut into bite sized pieces, sliced green pepper, garlic, oregano, basil, olive oil, chopped onion, shredded mozzarella, shredded provolone, jalapenos and dough.

Preheat your stone in a 450degree oven and roll out your dough. If you need a good dough recipe check out Vicky & Jen's pizza dough & sauce recipes.

Take the hot stone out of the oven and sprinkle some cornmeal over it.  Slide the dough on to the stone.  
For the base I mixed the garlic, a tsp. each of oregano and basil and a few Tbs. of olive oil in a bowl, then spread a light layer of this over the dough.
Then I topped that with steak, peppers and onions:
After the meat & veggies I sprinkled on the mozz & provolone and put some jalapenos on top and stuck it in the oven.  

I baked it for about 15 minutes or so, just keep an eye on it while it cooks.  Here's what my masterpiece looked like when I took it out of the oven:

Then it's ready to slice and eat!

What's your favorite kind of pizza pie?

For more pizza recipes check out this post. 

**Seriously, if you don't own the Kentucky Fresh Cookbook yet, please get it!  You can read more about it in this review I wrote.  And you can find your copy in our Amazon shop, or at Joseph Beth in Crestview Hills.  You won't be sorry!

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