Thanks Hermit, I did find the HRI, with loowaters' and Jackie Tran's formulas. Seems that one is nailed down as well, but I read that thread backwards. If anyone has an idea where the UNO's DD is, I would greatly appreciate it.
Like I said, I'm not interested in the "best" or the "most authentic", because I don't have that type of equipment at home. When I made pizzas, we had a big oven with four or five decks (I don't know what it was called) that could hold a little more than four 16" pizzas on each deck. The decks rotated vertically, and you turned the rotation off as you slid the pizzas off of the peel into the oven. I think it must have been set at 500 degrees or so. Very well lit inside so you could see the pizzas well.
We used a roller, simple flour on each side, rolled close enough, then we used three (I am quite certain that they were pot lids, but who knows) sizers, and just cut the dough around them with pizza cutters. The pizzas were made directly on the wooden peels, using lots of breadcrumbs to keep them from sticking. Needless to say, we got ~quite~ proficient with both the metal and the wooden peels. Putting pizzas in or taking them out without stopping the oven, moving them around on the decks, etc. Anything dumb you could do with them, we did it.
It was sort of like The Three Musketeers. Well, The Three Muskteers if d'Artagnan had lost that first duel with Rochefort, and Athos and Aramis had just knifed that dandy Porthos and been done with it.
I'm new to this forum, and this is my first post. I have been looking for a Malnati's dough recipe since I first tried their pizza in February. But I digress,
I have a recipe for Uno's that is pretty close to the mark, as least as I remember it. We used to have an Uno's here in town, but they closed 15 years ago. If found this recipe in 2003 and made it a couple of times. It was apparently created/adapted by Jeff Smith (the Frugal Gourmet). So, here you go - hope it's close to what you are looking for.
Uno Dough Recipe
* 2 packages rapid rise dry yeast
* 2 cups warm water
* 1/2 cup vegetable oil
* 4 tablespoons olive oil
* 1/2 cup cornmeal
* 5 1/2 cups flour
In the bowl of a stand mixer (KitchenAid), dissolve the yeast in the water. Add the vegetable oil, olive oil, cornmeal, and half of the flour. Beat for 10 minutes. Attach the dough hook and mix in the remaining flour. Knead for several minutes with the mixer. (Note: because the dough is very rich and moist, it would be difficult to do this by hand.)
Remove dough and place on a clean countertop. Cover with a very large metal bowl and allow to rise until double in bulk. Punch down and allow to rise again. Punch down a second time and you are ready to make pizza!
Oil your deep-dish pizza pan. Depending on the size of your pan, place some dough in the pan and push it out to the edges using your fingers. Put in enough dough so that you can run the crust right up the side of the pan. Make it about 1/8-inch thick throughout the pan.