Bear N Mom Recipes - Ranch Philly Steak Pizza
Yummy, who doesn't like Pizza? Today's world has gone mad over that flat bread with all those good toppings on them. You could call the local pizza parlor or go to one of those chain pizza makers, but why not make your own.
I threw a teen birthday party once and made all my own pizzas. I used my homemade bread recipe for the crust and that gave me 7 pizza shells. You roll them out and shape them and prebake them at 350° just long enough to have them keep their shape.
If that is too much work for you, you can buy your shells at the grocery store. Our supermarket has them in the bread aisle. Or, if you are lucky enough to live in Pittsburgh, you can get them at the local Italian store.
Ok, you have your shell. Next you want to brush the shell with just a little olive oil and let that absorb into the bread.
Next you cook your Philly Steak. Two portions from the box is enough for one pizza. Cook the steaks down and then drain the gease and cut them into small pieces. Set aside to go on the pizza.
Slice mushroom, onions and green peppers into slices (not chopped). Dice a half of a tomato into very small pieces.
Now it's time to assemble your pizza. Take Ranch Dressing and put about 3 tablespoons onto the crust and spread it around leaving the edges open.
Next your sprinkle your vegetables and steak over the Ranch Dressing. Cover all of this with grated Mozzarella Cheese.
Bake in a 425° oven for approximately 5-7 minutes or until the cheese is melted and the crust is browned.
Since I posted this originally, I shared the recipe with a local pizza shop, Casa Del Sol. They now make it as one of their specialty pizzas. So, if you don't want to make it yourself and you are in the Aspinwall area, you can get it at that pizza shop.
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