Chicken & Meat

Chicago-style deep-dish pizza

Ingredients :

Dough :
flour 1.5 cup
cornmeal 0.25 cup
0.5 cup water
dry yeast 1,5 tsp.
salt 0,75 tsp.
sugar 1 tsp.
vegetable oil 1,5 tbsp.
50 g butter
olive oil 2 tbsp.

Sauce :
tomatoes 500 g
onion 1 head
garlic 2 cloves
1 salt to taste
pepper 1 to taste
dried oregano 0,5 tsp.
fresh basil 2 sprigs
20 g butter
sugar 0,25 tsp.
olive oil 1 tsp.
Topping :
250 g pizza mozzarella
100 g sausages
50 g parmesan


STEP 1 : First, let’s make the dough. Combine in a bowl
Sifted flour, cornflour, salt, sugar and
yeast. Add water at room temperature and
oil. Knead everything together well
with a spoon and then knead into an elastic dough. I did
by hand and the process took about 5 minutes.

STEP 2: The dough should be soft, but elastic, well
form into a ball and not stick to your hands.
STEP 3 : Pour 1 teaspoon of olive oil in the bottom of a bowl
oil and place a ball of dough in it, turning it several times
Turn it over and dip it in the oil on all sides several times.
Cover with clingfilm and leave to rise in a warm place for 1 hour.
Place in a warm place for about 1 hour.
STEP 4 : Meanwhile let’s make the sauce. You can use
We can use a ready made sauce, but we’ll make our own. Chop one small
onion, garlic and basil. Tomatoes
cut them, scald them, peel them and
Cut them into small cubes.

STEP 5 : In a small saucepan, melt butter,
Add the onion, oregano and salt. Stirring,
Saute onion over medium heat for about 5 minutes until golden brown.

STEP 6 : Add the garlic, stir for about 30 seconds to allow the garlic
Add tomatoes and sugar.
sugar. Increase the heat to high, let the mixture
come to a boil, lower the heat and simmer our sauce
about 25 to 30 minutes until it’s done.
STEP 7 : Then add the basil and olive oil and pepper it.
and more salt if needed. The sauce is ready!!!
STEP 8 : And in the meantime, our dough…. To be honest, I was afraid that
it wouldn’t come up, because it was a very dense ball.
But to my delight I saw this picture!!!!
The dough had doubled in size!!!

STEP 9 : On a dry work surface let’s move the dough and
Roll out the dough into a rectangle. I ended up with
approximately 25×45 cm. Grease the dough all over
surface, 2 cm from the edges, with melted
with softened butter.
STEP 10 : Roll it up from the smaller end into a tight cylinder.
STEP 11 : And re-roll it into a rectangle. It’s not as big
large. I got about 15×40 cm.
If the butter comes out, that’s okay, we’ll just
spread it on the surface of the rectangle.
STEP 12 : Now let’s fold the dough into an envelope. First one edge….
STEP 13 : Then the other.

STEP 14 : Gather the dough into a ball, securing the seams, place it in the same oiled bowl, cover with clingfilm and
let it rise again, but ……………… in the
the fridge!!! For about 1 hour.
STEP 15 : Meanwhile let’s prepare the filling. Let’s grate
Mozzarella, I sliced it, but it’s better to grate it, so it
spread evenly over the whole surface
base. Let’s cut the sausages (I had thin
raw semi-dry baisers). Grate the parmesan.
In fact, you can have any kind of filling, the main thing is to
Keep the cheeses!!!

STEP 16 : Preheat the oven to 220 degrees. Roll out our risen
roll out the dough into a circle, larger than the diameter of the mold
by at least 5 centimeters.
STEP 17 : In a mold (preferably a split mold, but non-flowing, as the oil
The oil will run off while baking) pour 2 tablespoons of olive oil into the mold.
olive oil and smear it all over the surface.
Using a rolling pin, transfer the dough into the mold and
Using a rolling pin transfer the dough into the mold and spread it out tightly, bordering it about 1 cm high.
3 cm high, if it’s bigger it’s okay, we can adjust it afterwards.

STEP 18 : Place mozzarella on top of the dough, then the sausages…..
STEP 19 : Spread tomato sauce evenly on top.
STEP 20 : Sprinkle grated parmesan on top.
Put in preheated oven on low
until golden brown.
STEP 21 :Remove from the oven, remove from the sides
molds and let cool for about 10 minutes before serving.
STEP 22 : Slice (it’s best to do this with
eaters!!! ))))))) and serve!!! Check out this
stuffing!!!! I would still eat a piece of it right now!!!
Unbelievable soft dough and a huge amount of
juicy, delicious filling!!!! Goodbye

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