Steak and Blue Cheese Pizza

  • aeroncaskb Posted: 02/16/10
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    This was disappointing and nothing to rave about. It was edible, but there are so many other great pizza recipes from CL, I wouldn't waste my time with this one again.

  • Whygal Posted: 04/10/10
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    We thought this pizza was pretty good. Due to a mushroom allergy, I subbed roasted red pepper. I also could not find Mama Mary's crust so I used a whole wheat Boboli crust. I would make this again.

  • sohacomom Posted: 11/13/09
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    This was very tasty. I love steak and blue cheese together. Next time I would slice the steak thinner and cut into smaller pieces to make it easier to eat. I could not find the recommended pizza crust and used Pillsbury with just OK results. Homemade dough would be ideal.

  • Stacey56385 Posted: 07/12/09
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    We LOVED it! The ingredients played off eachother incredibly well!

  • tingoms Posted: 06/01/09
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    AWESOME!! This has become a staple in our house! Fantastic flavors. We use a baboli whole wheat crust, and it's a wonderful, healthy alternative to delivery pizza. A hint, you must cook the shrooms till they cannot reduce any more, and all the liquid is gone, otherwise they will keep reducing in the oven and the toping get a little watery. I do 2 at once then freeze the other one for later, right in the bag the crusts come in.

  • deanna2009 Posted: 10/23/09
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    I have to say I'm a little frustrated with people on this site who make a recipe, change 7 things and saw it's a great recipe. It's like - I made this recipe, everyone loved it, except, I didn't use peas, I used rice instead of pasta, I don't like balsamic vinegar so I didn't use that, I used goat cheese instead of blue cheese and I used red peppers instead of tomatoes. I'm like - ummmm does anyone else get that you made a totally different recipe then this one then. Stop rating recipes you didn't actually make. Any chef will tell you if you changed the ingredients you've made someting different (watch iron chef!) you can't rate a recipe if you didn't make it by the directions of the recipe. I want to know, if made as directed with these ingredients how did it taste. Not if you changed everything how did it taste, I just saw a recipe for olive tampenade where someone rated it as great but they didn't use olives - hello! then you didn't make olive tampenade! So that said, I made

  • Belladonna714 Posted: 01/12/10
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    I thought this recipe had good flavor, but keep in mind that the serving size is small on any of the CL pizza recipes. I used naan bread for the crust and found it to work well. I wish I would have cut the steak into smaller pieces to make it easier to eat. I probably would not make this again, but not because it wasn't good, only because there are so many other CL recipes out there that I find to be more satisfying.

  • LLZamm Posted: 10/30/09
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    OMG! This is the best recipe ever! The flavors of the steak, onions, blue cheese and horseradish sauce creates a party in your mouth. My husband and I eat this about once a week with a nice green salad. Try it - I don't think you'll be disappointed!

  • sjone007 Posted: 08/07/12
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    I have made this several times exactly as directed, including the suggested pizza crusts. This is a great weeknight recipe with classic flavors. Make sure you take the time to slice the steak thin so it is easy to eat as a pizza topping. Delicious!

  • DaveInWoodland Posted: 12/07/12
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    I think Deanna needs to take a step back and realize that any recipe is just a guideline for you to take. Except for baking since scaling is important. Anything else is entirely open to creative and or dietary changes as needed. If all you want to do is follow the exact recipe I suggest Betty Crocker has some great ones.

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