Last week Tai and I tried Boston's Pizza for the first time. As part of our dinner we ordered their Flat Iron Steak Crustinis. Oh em gee! A order only comes with four and we could have eaten a dozen each. I decided to try my hand at making them at home. They looked simple enough. It's grilled steak, covered in butter and garlic on a crostini. Not hard at all.
First melt butter and garlic. Season steak with salt and pepper. Before putting steak in hot pan, dip steak in melted butter-garlic mixture. Sear meat on both sides then put in 400 degree oven for 4-8 minutes (depending on how you like your steak) to finish cooking. Then remove meat from pan and let cool. While meat is cooling toast bread rounds in oven for about 2 minutes. I buttered my bread but you don't have to. Slice meat and put slices on top of bread. Drizzle remaining butter-garlic mixture over top of crostinis. Feel free to sprinkle mozzarella or Parmesan like they do at Boston's. I made a about 12 crostinis and served it with veggies for a complete meal or you can serve them as appetizers. Either way they are so yummy!