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The Famous Deep Skillet Pizza, Made Right In Your Home Kitchen!
There is this famous pizza place that offers the most delicious Chicago-style deep dish pizza that I am so addicted to. Whenever I need to meet with a project partner or with a client, I make sure to pass by this pizza place so I can order two slices for me and the boyfriend. They serve the pizza per slice, which is actually most ideal because if you are not buying for a group, there’s just no way that you can finish one whole pie if there are just two of you.
With the thickness of each slice along with the richness of the ingredients which will immediately make you feel full, you wouldn’t want another slice after the first.
I had been thinking about trying to make this at home but I was a little hesitant, to say the least. I didn’t know if it would be possible to make that awesome crust in my home oven. But it wasn’t as scary or difficult as I thought!
Sure, there is a bit of a waiting time because you need to wait for the dough to rise, but that’s all! The other steps are just easy breezy and you wouldn’t be hassled.
The good thing about this too is that you can add or omit the ingredients you want or you do not want. It’s a pretty versatile recipe that is perfect for a large group of people. Have you a small party to host? Then this is perfect!
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Quick Tip: You can add extra cheese if you like.