And, a leftover repurposer's, fast meal, too! It was a great way for me to use up leftover steak that I had already grilled on a previous night, used pizza dough that I always have frozen on-hand, and made use of the Heinz 57 steak sauce that I bought for the Pulled Hawaiian Chicken Sandwiches. Win for the husband and win for me! Of course, if you don't have leftover steak, you can just throw one on the grill, just before/while the pizza grills, too.
I loved all of the flavors in this pizza. Very bold and manly. Pioneer Woman originally baked this but I wanted to try grilled pizza and figured why not try it with this recipe since it was like 110 degrees outside. It worked out fantastically. Grilled pizza has a little extra oomph of char flavor and will be my cooking method of choice during the hot dog days of summer. Try it!
By the way, just a couple more days to enter my Daelia's Biscuits for Cheese giveaway! My husband ate the remainder of my Almond Raisin ones last night and I was so upset when I went to snack on them only to discover they were no more. It was only in this moment that I realized how much I really loved them!
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Edited 7/15/12: A really awesome thing happened on Friday the 13th. This post was listed as #3 on the FoodBuzz Top 9 list! What a total honor and thank you!
Grilled Steakhouse Pizza
- To Bake: Preheat oven to 475 degrees. Arrange rack in the bottom half of the oven.To Grill: Heat grill to medium-high heat (450F) and generously oil the grate (I use a paper towel wad soaked in oil and held with tongs).
- Saute red onions in butter and 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar over medium-low heat until dark and caramelized, about 10-12 minutes. Remove from heat and set aside.
- Combine marinara sauce with 2 tablespoons balsamic and Worcestershire sauce. Set aside.
- Roll out pizza dough until very thin. If grilling, make 2 smaller individual sized pizzas so that it's easier to handle.
- To Bake: Top with marinara mixture and spread to coat dough. Lay caramelized red onions all over the sauce, then top onions with slices of mozzarella cheese. Bake pizza for 12-15 minutes, or until crust is golden and cheese is bubbly (but watch to make sure it doesn't burn.)
To Grill: Carefully place dough rounds onto the grill and cover. Allow to cook until nicely browned on bottom and large bubbles form on the surface (about 3-4 minutes). Carefully remove the dough from the grill and with the cooked side facing up, top each pizza with marinara mixture. Lay caramelized red onions all over the sauce, then top with mozzarella cheese. Carefully return the topped pizzas to the grill and cook until the bottom is browned and cheese is melted (about 4-6 minutes).
- Remove pizza from the oven or grill, then drape slices of steak all over the surface. Drizzle the top of the pizza with steak sauce (use squirt bottle if you have one) and top the whole thing with Parmesan shavings. Garnish with sliced green onions, if desired. Cut and serve immediately.
Source: Pizza recipe from Pioneer Woman. Grilling directions from Annie's Eats.