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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Crust type, quality and mouthfeel are a big part of what consumers are looking for when choosing pizza.1 AAK's flaked fats are the ideal solution for companies wanting to respond to this trend, providing a simple way to improve the texture and mouthfeel of crusts in both thin and deep-pan pizzas.
It's like a deep-pan pizza but with a major crust upgrade.
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.
He said the 'deep-pan crisp and even' joke was voted the worst Christmas cracker joke because it was almost too clever.
You like a thin, crispy base but your other half loves a deep-pan? Make both.
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!
The company has spent three years on product development and 3 million [pounds sterling] (4.3 million [euro]) on patented technology for the new frozen deep-pan pizzas and hopes to grow the sector.