Who doesn't like grilled pizza? The problem is that not all of us have the opportunity to make grilled pizzas when and where we want them. The alternative? A cast iron skillet pizza.
Follow this deep dish pizza recipe that will teach you how to make pizza that is crusty and not soggy. What's the secret? Preheat your skillet and cook the dough for a few minutes before adding any toppings. Then bake your pizza for 10-15min and enjoy the perfect combination of tomato, cheese, and crusty dough.
Follow this easy recipe and learn how to make homemade deep dish pizza!
Cast Iron Pizza FAQ
Do I have to preheat a cast iron pizza pan?
Cast iron skillets can handle high heat and heating them in the oven before placing the dough is highly recommended. It will give your pizza that extra crunchiness - the bottom of the pizza will be thoroughly cooked and not soggy. If you skip this step and put tomato sauce and Mozzarella straight away, you are risking to either have an uncooked dough or cooked dough but burnt toppings.
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