deep-dish

[deep-dish]
adjective Cookery.
baked in a deep dish, often with a pastry top: a deep-dish peach pie.

Origin:
1935–40

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He gives me half of his deep-dish pizza, having made the better choice.
Most often they are deep-dish fruit desserts with some kind of pastry topping.
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