Chicago might be the deep dish capital of the world, but you don’t have to travel to the Windy City for a slice of this classic thick pie. The homemade version is just as delicious, so check out this recipe for Chicago-style deep dish pizza.
Rumor has it that the original deep dish pizza recipe was invented in Chicago back in the 1940s, and since it has become one of the signature dishes of the city. Oftentimes we call “pizza” a “pie,” but with this deep crust and the stacks of toppings, it really does resemble a pie!
One thing to remember: This recipe uses instant yeast, which is different than active yeast you need to proof with water. If you’re using active yeast, you need to let it proof before adding it to the rest of the dough ingredients.
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