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Our quick version of pizzaiola is brimming with Italian flavors: tomatoes, mozzarella, and oregano. Serve it with a side of your favorite pasta.

Source: Everyday Food, November 2003
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For a spicier topping, add crushed red pepper with the garlic. We chose inexpensive eye of round for this recipe, but you could use any other small steak, such as minute steak. Chopped fresh tomatoes (about 2 pounds) also work well in place of the canned ones.

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  • mommymariani
    12 MAR, 2011
    Tangy but good. Be sure to pay attention to the time or you might over cook the steaks.
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  • MS12151067
    27 OCT, 2010
    We love this simple recipe. I have been using it ever since it appeared in that Nov. 2003 issue of Everyday Food.
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