I'm just starting Pan Pizza for the first time.

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  1. TripTo My Taint

    TripTo My Taint Well-Known Member

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    It's really DEEP, man!
     
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    How come Dominos, Pizza Hut etc. started greasing their crusts? It's disgusting.
     
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    its just the way they make the dough now. heavy with whatever passes for oil or shortening. when i used to make my own pizza dough at home i found that if i increased the oil i added to make the dough i didn't have to worry about the crust sticking to the oven and it was very easy to distribute the cheese and sauce evenly as it flowed over the oily crust.
     
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    i try deep dish every so often but there always seems to be too much bread for me. i would be much happier if they would use a thin crust with the deep dish, but then it would be more of a souffle or a pot pie without the covering layer.
     
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    You should be stomped for this thread.
     
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    I made a pizza quiche once that was almost like a deep dish pizza. I used Pillsbury croissant roll dough for the crust, so it came out nice and flaky instead of doughy and heavy. Maybe that is something you can incorporate into it