Trying new foods and flavors has always interested me. I will be making dishes that are my own ideas and recipes I find around the internet. Follow me on a journey of experimentation, learning, and good eats. There will be many fun and tasty surprises along the way. This will be an account of the successes and failures in the kitchen.
Monday, March 28, 2011
Philly Cheese Steak Pizza
I had a steak left in the freezer and wanted to use it up, so I decided to make a Philly Cheese Steak pizza with it. I used a Chef Boyardee pizza kit for the crust and the sauce. While the dough was rising, I sliced the steak and a green pepper and an onion and sauteed them in a pan. When the dough was done, I flattened it out on a oiled 12 inch pizza pan and covered it in sauce. I then put down most of the cheese. The cheese I used was a blend of several different cheeses including Mozzarella, Provolone, Parmesan, and Romano. I then put down the steak, peppers, and onions and put a second smaller layer of cheese on top. I cooked it at 375 until the cheese browned some.
If I did it again, I would want to find a thicker crust (Personal preference, I like thick crust pizzas.) Other than that, I think the pizza turned out great.