Deep-dish pizza hits two birds with one stone. First, it satisfies your taste buds with its burst of flavors. Second, it satisfies your tummy because it is undeniably filling. One of the restaurants that specialize in deep-dish pizza is Gino\u2019s East in Chicago.\r\n\r\nNow, you don\u2019t have to drive to Chicago to be able to have that unique Gino\u2019s East deep-dish pizza experience. In this recipe, we\u2019ll guide you through the process of recreating a scrumptious and filling deep-dish pizza inspired by Gino\u2019s East.\r\n\r\nRead on as we teach you how to make a deep-dish pizza inspired by Gino\u2019s East in the comfort of your own kitchen. It\u2019s delicious, filling, and definitely satisfying.\r\n\r\n\n\n\tHow To Make Copycat Gino's East Pizza\n\t\t\n\t\t\t\n\t\n\t\tCrust1 cup water1 pkg. yeast1\/3 cup corn oil1 tbsp. sugar1 tsp. cream of tartar1 lb. Bread FlourPizza sauce28 oz. plum or roma tomatos1 tsp. salt1 tsp. a pinch of basil1 tsp. a pinch of oregano1 tsp. black pepper (fresh ground )Toppings16 oz. Low-moisture part skim mozzarella (NOT low fat. It won't turn out good if you use low fat)1 cup Pepperoni1 cup Italian sausage (uncooked, pinched into little pieces)\t\n\t\n\t\tCrust:In a bowl, put water (luke warm), then yeast, oil, cream of tartar, and sugar.Mix with hand until yeast dissolves.Then, pour in Bread Flour a little at a time.Mix with your hand. Just curve your hand like a dough hook and hold the bowl and mix.Then, knead it until it gets firm. Add more flour if needed.The secret is the kneading.Knead it for about 10 minutes straight.Then, roll it into a ball, and put it in a bowl with oil brushed in the sides.Cover with plastic wrap and a kitchen towel.Let sit overnight unrefrigerated.Only let it rise once. Portion and use.Pizza Sauce:Take the tomatoes and sauce and place into a bowl.Using a potato masher or just your hands, mash the tomatoes up so that there are no chunks bigger around than a quarter.Once this is done, add the rest of the ingredients and stir.Adjust the salt and pepper to taste.Do not use too much basil or oregano.Assembly:Preheat oven to 350.After the dough has risen take your deep dish pizza pan (or a round cake pan with straight sides) and coat the inside of it with a very healthy coating of melted butter or oil.Roll the dough out to about 3 inches larger than the bottom of the pan and pinch the dough up along the sides of the pan. Now put your cheese in (right on the crust). Then add your pepperoni and sausage pieces, and finally your sauce (Don't worry, the sausage will cook through completely in the oven).Bake in the oven until the crust is starting to brown and cheese is starting to bubble up through the sauce.The little edges of the pepperoni should also be starting to crisp and the sausage should be cooked through (about 45 minutes).