Apart from convenience, one of the best things about pizza shop pizzas is stuffed crust. I have vivid memories from the 90s when stuffed crust pizza was first introduced at Pizza Hut. It was around the time of Clear Pepsi and Friday nights were never the same again. Thank you, Chaz Romano for inventing stuffed crust pizzas.
It's not difficult, to make your own stuffed crust (thankfully). There's something satisfying about creating your own pizza shop pie from the comfort of your home. I'm keen to develop this recipe further, perhaps stuff the crust with other things too. Oh, and next time, I've been instructed to add more cheese to the crust!
I'll say this: if you plan on making this pizza, add more cheese than you think. It takes quite a bit to pack it out the way it's done in the shops. I used shredded cheese, but I'm thinking string cheese would be really interesting. That way, you wouldn't have any air pockets between the cheese and the crust.
For the full recipe, go here.
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