Tasty Tuesday ~ OUR Deep Dish Pizza Pie

Deep Dish Pizza Pie

OUR Deep Dish (AKA thick crunchy crust) Pizza Pie

*Pizza Dough made in Bread Machine

Now I know this is NOT your traditional deep dish pizza, but it is how we make our own deep dish! The crust is a “never fail” pizza crust and when used in a greased baking dish, it makes for a thick and crispy delicious crust! We then double layer the cheese and pepperoni and have the KELSEY DEEP DISH PIZZA PIE!

I love that the crust is pretty forgiving… I can start it in the am and get to it when I get to it… the kids can make their own pizzas or we can make this delicious pizza pie!


CRUST Ingredients:

3 cups flour

1 tsp salt

2 TBS sugar

2 TBS oil (flavored olive oil is delicious)

1 cup and 2 TBS water

1 packet yeast (2 tsp.)

Pizza sauce, cheese and toppings of your choice

In order, place the above ingredients into bread machine and set the dough setting…. Once complete put dough in a greased bowl and spray top of dough. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and a towel and allow dough to double in size… within 1 hour my dough was pushing the top of the towel.

Spread dough into a GREASED 9X13… or 2-9 inch pie pans. You can also use dough on a standard pizza pan or stone but the greased ‘edge’ pans will create the thick puffy crust. Bake dough for 10 minutes in a preheated 350 degree oven… allow to cool to the touch then prepare pizza to your liking….

Turn oven up to 425 degrees ~

Create your pizza; we use sauce, a layer of mozzarella, a layer of pepperoni, another layer of mozzarella and a final layer of pepperoni… it’s like a pizza lasagna of sorts…. Of course you could add tons of veggies at any point…

Bake for 18-20 minutes until cheese is bubbling and outer crusts have browned! YUMMMOOOO


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Posted on March 24, 2015, in Meals, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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