Deep dish pizza, commonly referred to as Chicago-style pizza, is made in a pan that gives the pizza a high edge with plenty of room for cheese, sauce, and toppings.
Unlike more traditional styles of pizza, deep dish pizzas are typically assembled upside-down. Cheese is added first, to the bottom of the pizza, and the sauce is added last. This ensures that the cheese and other toppings won’t burn during the longer bake time that a deep-dish pizza requires.
With this recipe, you can make homemade deep dish pizza using fresh ingredients and any toppings you like. The crust is made from scratch and the sauce uses an essential Italian ingredient to guarantee the most flavorful bite every time.
This recipe is great for beginners and more experienced pizza chefs who want to enjoy a slice of Chicago-style deep dish pizza at home.
How to Make Deep Dish Pizza
Chicago Deep Dish Veggie Pizza Recipe
This is an authentic veggie version of the classic Chicago-style deep dish pizza.
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