Monday, February 18, 2013

Pizza Part 3: Philly Cheese Steak

Philly Cheese Steak pizza…easily one of my favorite pizzas, and I have many. I first had this at a pizza shop, a national chain. It was love at first bite. And I realized, I can make this! And so can you. So, let’s get cooking!

Slice the peppers and cut into halves or thirds, depending on the length of the slices. I like to use a variety of colors, and I like sweet peppers. For this I used a green bell pepper and an orange ancient sweet.

Cut the onion in half, place on the flat side, and slice. Cut those slices in half.

Sauté the peppers, onions, and sliced mushrooms in a little oil until slightly tender, stirring frequently.

Meanwhile, on a griddle sprayed with cooking spray, on medium heat, fry the Steak-umms, flipping once. When cooked thoroughly, chop up into bite size pieces.

Spread your pizza dough into a greased pan. I do have a large round deep dish pizza pan, but with a large family, it’s not enough. So I use two sheet pans when I make pizza.

Break up the American cheese and place evenly on the dough. I just rip pieces off each slice. Place the provolone cheese on top, evenly spaced apart.

Now spread the sautéed peppers, onions, and mushrooms on top, and then the chopped Steak-umm.

Bake for about 18 minutes in a 425° oven. Let cool a few minutes before cutting. Serve and listen to the moans of delight! ~TMMF

Philly Cheese Steak Pizza
     (for 1 pizza)

pizza dough
1 green bell pepper
1 sweet pepper of another color
1 medium Vidalia onion
2 sm. cans mushrooms or 2 c. fresh sliced
5-7 sheets of  frozen Steak-umms
8 slices American cheese
12 slices provolone cheese


  1. Love your blog honey. Easy on the eyes (like you),enough pictures but not cluttered, pics are great, writing and layout professionally done. Keep 'em coming sweetheart. <3

  2. Thank you. <3 My love of cooking, baking, and teaching keeps me going. :)