Developed in Chicago around the early 1940’s, deep-dish pizza is baked in a pan with high edges to create a deep crust providing room for large amounts of toppings. The toppings then are assembled “upside-down” from their usual order since deep-dish pizza requires a longer back time and the top layer of cheese would burn. So cheese is on the bottom, followed by other toppings on top.
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