Detroit Style Pizza Co. Introduces Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix

New authentic Detroit Style Pizza dough recipe mix satisfies customer demand for pizza dough refills for the Make Your Own Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Gift Set.

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At Home Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix

Our Make Your Own Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Gift Set has only been available for a short time, but it's already been a huge success.

Detroit, MI (PRWEB) December 31, 2013

Detroit Style Pizza Co. today introduced its new mail order Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix featuring World Champion Pizza Maker Shawn Randazzo's at-home pizza dough mix. The Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix is intended to be used with the Make Your Own Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Gift Set, which was introduced in November 2013 and includes dough mix, a square steel pre-seasoned pan, universal pan lid, spatula and pan grippers. The Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix was created to satisfy customer demand for dough refills and can be ordered on the Detroit Style Pizza Co. website at Detroit Style Pizza Co.

“Our Make Your Own Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Gift Set has only been available for a short time, but it's already been a huge success. Customers who ordered the gift set wanted to order refill dough mixes so they could continue to bake Authentic Detroit Style Pizza right in their home kitchens,” said Randazzo, who also serves as Detroit Style Pizza Co. President. “Nothing makes a pizza chef more proud than repeat orders and high customer demand, so we're absolutely thrilled to be offering the Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix to at-home pizza chefs and families who want to have a blast baking their own World Champion pizza.”

The Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix includes ten packs of dough, which yields enough dough balls to bake 10 large or 20 small Authentic Detroit Style Pizzas. The mix is sold for $15 for 10 packs and ships to anywhere in the Continental U.S.

Also available on the Detroit Style Pizza Co. website are pre-seasoned and unseasoned square steel pans, the only kind of pan used by Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Makers the world over. Part of the Motor City Secret tradition, similar pans were once used as parts trays by Detroit's automotive manufacturers. Pans are sold in small 8 in. by 10 in. and large 10 in. x 14 in. sizes. Universal lids that fit both sizes are also available.

Commercial Authentic Detroit Style Pizza dough mix is also available to restaurants, pizzerias and other food vendors in bulk packages that yield 20 lbs. and 40 lbs. of dough, respectively. Commercial dough is available by contacting Detroit Style Pizza Co.

Authentic Detroit Style Pizza is a unique style of pizza, with origins in Detroit's rich culinary history. It was first prepared when soldiers returning from World War II longed for the European flavors they sampled during deployment. While many bar owners began serving fish and chips to accommodate the demand for European dishes, others started serving pizza pies similar to those the soldiers enjoyed in Italy – which is why Authentic Detroit Style Pizza features a thick Sicilian crust that's light and airy on the inside, crispy on the outside. It is traditionally prepared in well-seasoned square steel pans, the same type of pans once used as small parts trays by Detroit's automotive manufacturing industry. The dough is lined with pepperoni and topped with edge-to-edge cheese that caramelizes to the crust during baking. Red sauce is ladled on top, lending the nicknames “red top pizza” and “upside down pizza.”

Once dubbed “The Motor City Secret,” Authentic Detroit Style Pizza is finally earning its place among America's most popular pizza styles. The Make Your Own Authentic Style Pizza Gift Set and Authentic Detroit Style Pizza Dough Recipe Mix make it easy for anyone to bring the rich flavor of Detroit's pizza culinary history to their own kitchens.

Learn more or order at http://www.detroitstylepizza.co.