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When I was growing up, our favorite place to go with my dad was Jim's Steaks on South Street in Philadelphia, PA. They had the best cheesesteaks. So whenever I pass through the city coming back from visiting my mother-in-law, I think of Jim's cheesesteaks. The other day I was home thinking about what I wanted to eat. I had pizza dough out waiting to be cooked. And, while looking at it, I thought of a cheesesteak. Yummy, cheesy cheesesteak. So, I decided I was going to make a cheesesteak pizza. With only the ingredients I had in my home, I rolled out the pizza dough and started. Here's the recipe I used.
1 ball of pizza dough
5 oz of chip sirloin steak (thinly cut steak)
1 cup of tomato sauce
2 cups of shredded mozzarella
1 teaspoon of garlic /salt season(your favorite brand)
1 teaspoon of oregano (dried)
¼ cup of sweet peppers (I used Whole Sweet Piquante Peppers)
A small amount of cornmeal to help the pizza not stick to the stone or cookie sheet
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
First, season the meat with a sprinkle of garlic salt. Then, cook the chip sirloin steak in a cast iron skillet. Using the tip of the spatula, scrape apart the meat to help cook quickly until 95% cooked.
Then, transfer to a plate lined with paper towels. Dry the meat and remove any excess fat. Then, cut into bite-size pieces to help spread as a topping. Set aside.
Roll out the dough on a floured surface.
Customize the jar tomato sauce.
To give the jarred tomato sauce more flavor, mix in the garlic salt seasoning and the oregano.
Then using a large spoon, spread out the sauce on top of the pizza crust, leaving a 1-inch edge.
Add shredded mozzarella to cover the top of the sauce.
Then, top with the cooked steak and the sweet peppers. Doesn't it look yummy?
Now, cook for 20-25 minutes.
Let sit for a few minutes before cutting, then enjoy.
Since the pizza has a lot of toppings, make sure you let it cool so the crust hardens a bit. Then transfer to a cutting board and cut into squares or triangles, whichever you wish.
Here's the plate size portion. Looks delicious? What do you think? Will you be making it tonight?
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