Steak and Onion Pizza

My stinky, but lovely roommate Jonathan loves nothing more than beef and onions.  Seriously, I think he would eat that at every meal if possible.

So, I indulged him.

In the form of a pizza.

(Sorry about the quality of the pictures.  We were rushing (read: HANGRY), it was dark, and did I mention we were HANGRY?)

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You will need:
1 batch of pizza dough (I liked this new recipe a.  It was sort of a medium thickness, but it was crunchy and easy to whip up)
1/2 pound steak
1/2 cup thinly sliced red onion
1 Tbsp olive oil
2 Tbsp. store bought onion dip (We used this as a sauce.  This was bomb-diggity, but you could easily skip it or use whatever sauce you see fit).
1 ball fresh mozzarella
salt and pepper to taste
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Sear the outside of the steak, but make sure that the inside is still raw.  We definitely don’t want to overcook the steak.

Lightly coat the crust with olive oil and the onion dip.

Then go topping crazy!  Mozzarella, onions, steak, salt and pepper!

Put it in the oven at 425 degrees until the cheese is light golden brown.

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I wanted to keep this week’s ingredient list to a minimum because last week was sort of a fail.  This needs to happen more often because this pizza was DELECTABLE!

Not to mention it was fast because there was relatively little prep work to be done.

Bubbly goodness

-Mads

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4 thoughts on “Steak and Onion Pizza

    • Thanks! It was, in fact, “the taste”.

      Although, I love all pizzas…that’s a lie. I am the only freak that doesn’t love woodfire pizzas. The texture always seems sandy to me. *shrug*

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