8 oz low-fat herbed soft cheese (such as Boursin, Aloette or herbed goat cheese)
4 tbsp low-fat Parmesan cheese, shaved or shredded
Preheat oven to 375°F. Coat 2 large baking sheets with cooking spray.
In a large bowl, combine mushrooms, steak and basil.
Drain artichoke hearts, reserving 4 tbsp of marinade from jar. Chop artichoke hearts into 1-inch pieces and add to mushroom-steak mixture with reserved 4 tbsp marinade. Toss to combine and set aside.
Place tortillas on baking sheets. Spread soft cheese over each in a thin layer, to within 1-8-inch of the edges. Top each with equal portions of mushroom-steak mixture, then sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
Bake 10 to 12 minutes, until tortillas are golden brown and mushrooms soften slightly.
You can put together your own combination of preferred mushrooms or look for already-combined sampler packages at your local market (TRY: Chef's sampler from Mycopia, a California grower). And don't be afraid to break up this recipe: Try the sautéed side over top of pan-seared chicken, polenta or even pizza.
Flank steak is an affordable, lean cut, which benefits from quick cooking. Since it does not have extensive marbling, cooking to medium rare or medium, and slicing thinly against the grain, will result in the most tender texture.
Olives, roasted red peppers and tomatoes combine for a flavorful condiment to this juicy steak. Since top round is a lean, relatively tough cut, be sure to marinate it overnight to tenderize the meat. Here we use the broiler to cook the steak, but a grill would work equally well.