Hopefully you've had a chance to try my favorite crust method on your homemade pizza by using a flour tortilla. And I hope that you've tried the Wild Mushroom recipe, this is similar, but jumps over insanity with crazy flavor.

D Dennison

This is a great quick weekday meal that is filling and satisfying. I fed 4 of us with two strip steaks for this yummy 'pizza'.


4 Flour tortillas, 1 cup Mozzarella cheese, 1/3 cup Romano cheese, Olive oil, minced garlic, ground pepper, 1 cup baby Portabella mushrooms (or any other you prefer), Arugula, Coarse sea salt, pepper and truffle oil (if you don't have truffle oil use olive oil), 2 Steaks (I used strip steak, but any steak will do)


Brush the tortillas with olive oil and sprinkle with minced garlic, add cheese (a good amount of Mozzarella and a pinch of Romano) top with mushrooms and ground pepper then bake in a preheated 425 degree oven for about 15 minutes (the edges will start to brown and the cheese will bubble) While the pizza's are cooking coat your two steaks with olive oil and minced garlic and cook in a hot cast iron skillet or a heavy skillet till desired temp, we like it rare/medium rare and that is about 4 minutes each side. Remove steaks from heat and let rest while you check on and possibly remove the pizza's (important, leave them on the pizza plate or baking pan otherwise they may get soft in the bottom center) top them with a handful or two of arugula, slice steak thin and put atop the arugula, drizzle with truffle oil (not too much this is powerful stuff) or olive oil and finish with coarse sea salt. Enjoy!