If you’ve been following the Real Deep Dish page on Facebook, you’ve probably seen these. My first Chicago Cubs themed Deep Dish Pizza was made on October 15, 2016. This was Game 1 of the NLCS. I’m not saying that a deep dish Cubs pizza made Miguel Montero hit a grand slam home run followed by a Dexter Fowler homer but… YOU CAN’T PROVE THAT IT DIDN’T!!! I would like to apologize for not baking another deep dish Cubs pizza until October 30th (Game 5). Had I realized the power of these pies sooner, I would have baked one every night. This pizza was my first one ever made with BLUE PIZZA DOUGH. Game 6 involved the reheating and consumption of slices leftover from… Read More »Cubs Deep Dish Pizzas are Good Luck!
If you haven’t seen it on the Real Deep Dish Facebook Page, Here’s the Chicago Blackhawks Deep Dish Pizza I made just for fun! And then a few weeks later, they won the STANLEY CUP! You’re welcome. What did I use? : black olives, mini sweet peppers for the feathers and lines, along with peccorino and dried parsley for the white and green, shredded sharp cheddar for the face. Under the sauce? Hot Italian Sausage and Pepperoni with Whole Milk Mozzarella. and the leftovers reheated quite nicely! When you buy great items like this Deep Dish Pan, you are supporting this website. Thank You! American Metalcraft Hard Coat 12 Inch Deep Dish Pizza Pan $24.50
As I have been lax in posting on RDD lately, I feel that I owe you all some gratuitous deep dish pizza food porn. Here’s my first deep dish of 2015: 3 day fridge dough (I usually don’t age my dough this long, but it worked out well) , whole milk mozzarella, roasted garlic/olive oil/semolina paste smeared on the bottom, then 3/4 pound of hot Italian sausage, a layer of Margherita pepperoni, layer of cooked baby spinach with crushed fresh garlic, and topped with a sauce made from half of my thin crust pizza sauce (recipe on the thin crust pizza article on this site) and half crushed Cento tomatoes, then sprinkled with Peccorino Romano and baked in a preheated oven on the stone for… Read More »First Deep Dish of 2015