I’ve got a real problem. A problem with cutting boards and butcher blocks. I think they are absolutely beautiful. Every time I see one I think I need to buy it. Since reading this article, I have been reigning it in and not buying a single new thing for the month of January. The thing is, I don’t even have a place for this. I love it so much I was rearranging my entire house in my head, knocking down walls and moving appliances. A butcher block is a perfect place to place a tv isn’t it??
Anyway, I had to snap a picture to email to my husband just to make sure we didn’t have a 2nd kitchen that I just forgot about in our house…
We did not.
On with the pizza.
When making steak, I usually make an extra which is just enough for steak pizza the next day. I have made this recipe countless times and have made it exactly like the original recipe or just used the glaze part of the recipe to be a base for anything left over in the refrigerator that I need to use up.
I used this pizza dough. Turns out every time.
Boil the balsamic vinegar until it reduces into almost half. Then add in the honey.
It seems to boil and boil without actually thickening up until it’s almost too late 🙂 I let my first batch boil too long and in the garbage it went. There was no saving it – unless you’re into the burnt taste. I am not.
I made 2 different pizzas. 1 with hot peppers and 1 a little milder.
Red onions and green peppers.
I made T-bone steaks the night before, so that is the steak we used. This was about 1 steak.
You can either use the balsamic glaze as a sauce on top of the dough or pour it over the top of the ingredients- completely up to you. I’ve done it both ways.
Layer the toppings evenly on the crust. Sprinkle with cheese. Then bake.
- 2 cups balsamic vinegar
- 2 T honey
- 1 steak, cooked and sliced thin
- ½ red onion, sliced thin
- 1 green pepper, sliced
- Hot pepper, green olives or any other toppings you desire
- Olive oil for drizzling.
- Salt and pepper.
- 2 cups assorted cheese
- Boil the vinegar in a pan until it thickens into a syrup.
- Add in the honey.
- Drizzle olive oil on prepared pizza dough.
- Spread toppings evenly over the pizza dough.
- Sprinkle with cheese.
- Drizzle the balsamic glaze over the top and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
- Bake at 450 for 12-18 minutes or until done.