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Re: Nate's Chicago Thin (Comparable to Rosatis/other small Chicago franchises)
« Reply #20 on: December 17, 2013, 12:17:00 AM »
Thanks Bob.  This one was of my earlier attempts.  The go to recipe now though is here.  Crust is excellent.  Try following my baking methods.   The sauce is still a work in progress. 

http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,28938.0.html
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Re: Nate's Chicago Thin (Comparable to Rosatis/other small Chicago franchises)
« Reply #21 on: December 17, 2013, 08:55:35 AM »
Nate - Having failed Chicago thin crust a few times now, we should definitely try this as well when we get together.  Have you tested the 7/11 tomatoes yet?  Do you like em better than the 6-1?  (We did on our Neapolitans...)

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Re: Nate's Chicago Thin (Comparable to Rosatis/other small Chicago franchises)
« Reply #22 on: December 17, 2013, 03:37:02 PM »
Nate - Having failed Chicago thin crust a few times now, we should definitely try this as well when we get together.  Have you tested the 7/11 tomatoes yet?  Do you like em better than the 6-1?  (We did on our Neapolitans...)

Derrick,

Haven't tried 7/11s or the cheese yet.  I have to finish off about another 20oz of 6 n 1 first.  I am trying the Supremo Italiano tonight though :).  Next week I will try the 7/11s and let you know what my taste buds say.

I'll definitely have to make you one of my Chicago thins when we do our bake off.
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Re: Nate's Chicago Thin (Comparable to Rosatis/other small Chicago franchises)
« Reply #23 on: January 22, 2014, 01:37:32 PM »
Nate:

Has this recipe been replaced by the Good Golly recipe, or are these two separate beasts?

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Re: Nate's Chicago Thin (Comparable to Rosatis/other small Chicago franchises)
« Reply #24 on: January 22, 2014, 10:00:19 PM »
Nate:

Has this recipe been replaced by the Good Golly recipe, or are these two separate beasts?

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Yes.  Good Golly is the revised pie.
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Re: Nate's Chicago Thin (Comparable to Rosatis/other small Chicago franchises)
« Reply #25 on: January 22, 2014, 10:22:17 PM »
Great googly moogly!  Thanks, buddy!

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Nate:

Here are a couple of thins using this recipe and crisco. Cutter pan in 475 oven
First up: Pepperoni, Red Pepper. Second, sausage, mushroom and onion.

Thanks for your work on this!  Best, Fran

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Nate:

Here are a couple of thins using this recipe and crisco. Cutter pan in 475 oven
First up: Pepperoni, Red Pepper. Second, sausage, mushroom and onion.

Thanks for your work on this!  Best, Fran


   Fran... I gots to know.... What cheese and brand did you use on that beauty? 🧐😛
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Also... Your bake is perfection dude!!
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   Fran... I gots to know.... What cheese and brand did you use on that beauty? 🧐😛

Combo of Kraft Whole Milk Mozz and Part Skim. Call it 50-50 but it was more by eye.  8 oz of cheese total.

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