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Made it on a regular cookie sheet with everything except the Italian sausage. Next time I might use two cans of pizza crust because it was a little thinner than I like. One of the best pizzas I've tasted from here to Chicago!
This was pretty good although I used Italian Spice rather than the basil and oregano. I also made Steve Sickenberger's pizza dough (a whole lot of it) #8497. I diced up a tomato as well as some black olives. And added a little garlic. Like I said, it was pretty good.
Good recipe, but the pan needs quite a bit of oil to make a proper deep-dish crust. It's almost as if the outside of the crust is fried in the oil, but you need that texture for authenticity. Otherwise, this recipe is great!
Superb! This recipe's versatility is equally matched with its deliciousness. I used Steve's Dough recipe as recommended and it worked perfectly. I just sauteed all the meats with the spices and didn't include the veggies. Also, the bake time was increased to ensure the bottom was browned. For the last 5 minutes of baking, I took the pizza out briefly and coated the top in a think layer of sauce, just like Giordano's or Gino's East in Chicago ;) Wonderful overall! It brings out my nostalgia for Chicago like no other recipe can. Bravo.
I followed the recipe for the topping, but I assembled the pizza differently because the method described in the recipe isnt' how a TRUE deep dish pizza is made. Anyone who has ever had a real Chicago deep-dish pizza knows that the first thing you put down is the cheese, and then any toppings - in this case the mixture outlined in the recipe - and then you top it off with crushed tomatoes instead of regular pizza sauce. If you make those changes, then you will have a real deep-dish Chicago-style pizza on your hands.
What a great pie! I had to go out and buy the ingredients for it as soon as I read the recipe! I used two each of Johnsonville's bratwurst and hot sausages. I also used the whole jar of pizza sauce, which was a little more than asked for. It turned out great! Thanks Sharlene for my GOTO Chicago style pizza. I can't wait to make it for a party!
We have made this over 4 times and have loved it every time. I too add more sauce. And while this is not an "authentic" Chicago-style pizza as one reviewer suggested - I went to college right outside of Chicago - I think this recipe is less filling and a little more healthier the way I make it and still delicious. We will continue to enjoy this fabulous recipe. Thanks Sharlene.
The ingredients made a wonderful pizza. We used it along with another dough recipe http://www.recipezaar.com/Chicago-Style-Deep-Dish-Pizza-Dough-171225 and it turned out fantastic.
This is amazing! Easy to make and fantastic tasting. Love that you saute the toppings. It makes the flavors blend and it truly comes together well. We have already made it twice and are planning a white pizza next time. YUM!!!
You just made our night Sharlene! I used a recipe for deep dish pizza dough here on Zaar but the mixture of ingredients you suggested were perfect! I really like the addition of the pepperoni...when you heat it before putting it in the pizza it releases some of it's oil and flavors the rest of the mixture. Just perfect- thanks!