Philly Steak Stromboli is seasoned steak loaded with cheese, onions, peppers, and mushrooms with a garlic butter sauce wrapped up inside pizza dough and then baked. It is sooo yummy and the perfect man food. A recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen.
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Today is the Superbowl. It is all about man food today. Let’s face it football is a man’s sport. A huge man’s sport such as football deserves man food.
What is man food? To me, it is big and beefy. I hear the echo of Tim Allen grunting saying yes that is a man-sized food. If you watched Tool Time, you know what I mean by that statement.
A long time ago, when I started blogging I was participating in this blog train and the theme was man food. I made a huge all pork burger that I named The Cleveland Hogg. I really enjoyed creating that. Man food is that heart attack waiting to happen. Let’s face it, lighter versions of food is really girl food. I think we forget that because we are women.
Man food is that heart attack waiting to happen. Let’s face it lighter versions of food is really girl food. I think we forget that because we are women. When I need to make man food, I ask a man what would he want. That is the best source to ask.
Philly Steak Stromboli
Philly steak is man food. It is big, it is beefy and it usually takes two hands to eat. That was my thought in turning Philly steak sandwiches into a stromboli.
Plus I was thinking of a local pizza place that makes a stromboli like this one back in Pittsburgh. It was so good and oh that dough. Flaky and garlic parmesan baked in. I am drooling as I think of it.
So I decided it time to make my Pittsburgh man food. I made my own Philly steak stromboli, It is really good and easy.
Philly Steak Stromboli is seasoned steak loaded with cheese, onions, peppers, and mushrooms with a garlic butter sauce wrapped up inside pizza dough and then baked. It is sooo yummy and the perfect man food.
- 1 loaf Rhodes Frozen Pizza Dough thawed
- 6 slices Frozen Philly steaks Steakums kind
- 1 small green pepper sliced thin
- 1 small onion sliced thin
- 4 whole mushrooms sliced thin
- 3 tablespoons butter
- 1/2 teaspoon Vegeta
- 1/4 teaspoon pepper
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 1 cup mozzarella cheese
In a saute pan, melt the butter.
Add the garlic, Vegeta, (see note), and pepper
Next, add the sliced veggies and saute them till they just turn soft. A few minutes.
Remove the veggies from the pan. Add the steaks. Do not clean the pan out the residue helps flavor the steaks.
Cook and chop up the steak till it is brown. A little pink is ok because it cooks in the oven.
Roll out the pizza dough flat. down the center start piling on the veggies, cheese,and steak.
Grab each side the pizza dough and pull it up and over the filling.
Seal up the edges. Leave a little bit open along the seam.
Place the stromboli in a 450F degree oven and bake for about 20 minutes till it is nice and golden.
Take out the oven and ENJOY!
If you do not have Vegeta, use a seasoning salt with a little garlic powder.
Also a nice treat. before you bake and it helps seal up the stromboli. Melt garlic butter, or just plain butter and add some garlic to it.
Brush it on the dough. As a special touch sprinkle of some grated parmesan.
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