deep-dish

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deep-dish

(dēp′dĭsh′)
adj.
Made or used in a deep baking dish: a deep-dish apple pie; deep-dish recipes.
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AVOID: Garlic bread, carbonara, pesto, lasagne, thick-crust, deep-pan pepperoni or processed meat pizzas.
It's ambience will not be indelibly stained by an establishment selling deep-pan Neapolitan pizza.
Chris couldn't resist taking a selfie with the delivery guy before tuck-king into his deep-pan special as he travelled back to Newcastle.
Bake until dark and the middle is crisp; anything from 5 to 15 minutes depending on how you like it and how deep-pan your pizza is.
Young Mario opted for splitting a deep-pan cheesy-crust with his lovely WAG, when he could have spent the evening playing cribbage with Joleon Lescott.
And some deep-pan and thin-crust pizzas had higher levels of fat, saturates and salt than stuffed-crust versions.
CAR supermarket Motorpoint are selling 58-registration Vauxhall Astras for pounds 8599 on a contract purchase deal that works out less than the daily cost of a deep-pan pizza.
Because sherpas, my chick, cost a darned sight more than a deep-pan pizza
Dr Oetker is throwing down the gauntlet to frozen pizza competitors as it aims to reinvigorate the ailing deep-pan sector with a range positioned as "the holy grail of deep-pan bases".
3 million [euro]) on patented technology for the new frozen deep-pan pizzas and hopes to grow the sector.
The pizzas, made from premium ingredients and slightly more expensive than most of the competition but with substantial toppings, come in three flavours-margherita, which is vegetarian, chicken diablo and deep-pan milano.
Belgian consumers found McCain Oven Deep-Pan California Pizza available for a bargain 99 francs during a recent promotion at Maxi GB supermarket outlets.