Outstanding Pizza 🍕. Will Buy again. The Best. Thank You, Mark
Loved this pizza from 30 years ago when they had a restaurant near me in New York. So glad they are able to ship from Chicago. The heating directions are on target, always comes out perfect!
We use to have a My Pi about 30 minutes from my home years ago. I’m so happy I can order online now. Delicious pizza! Not sure why, though, but every Chicago deep dish pizza I’ve had over the years is very salty. That won’t stop me from ordering again though. Delivery charge is very reasonable compared to other food shipping companies. Thank you FoodyDirect and My Pi!
Best shipped deep-dish pizza. Fresh tasting ingredients. Excellent packaging. This was my second time ordering;will order again soon, and shipping is free. One of the few choices still offering two packs.
Pie Pizzas are very good. I will be ordering more. I ordered Italian sausage this time. Don't think I'll order it again. Simply because I don't like the huge hunks of sausage. But, I'll be ordering the others. I LOVE the big taste of fresh tomato in these pizzas!!!
Good deep dish. Not as indulgent as Lou Malnati's or Giordano's. Tasted and seemed a little lighter than traditional deep dish. Wished the crust was maybe a little more buttery - felt that it was too crispy.
Food arrived nicely packed. Instructions clear and perfect. The pizza was awesome. Thank you My Pi Pizza
My nieces really enjoyed the pizzas. The pizzas were a great size and the toppings were very flavorful. I will definitely order these again.
Extremely satisfied however my only negative comment is this is very pricey
Outstanding taste, pretty much as in situ. Shipping was prompt, and the pizzas were in top condition. Thanks.
They were pretty good. The first one I cooked frozen and the second one I thawed it in the Fridge. The thawed one was much better so I suggest the thaw method over frozen.
I wasn't crazy about the crust but it was ok
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If your My Pi Pizza is still frozen or partially frozen when it arrives, place it in your freezer and cook within 90 days. You can keep your pizza in the freezer up to 6 months, but pizzas are best enjoyed within 90 days. Refrigerate any leftovers immediately and consume within 2 days or discard.
Do not preheat your oven. Remove the pizza from its packaging. Place the pizza directly on your oven rack — middle rack is ideal. Place a foil sheet on a lower rack or on the bottom of your oven in case cheese or sauce drips over. Then turn your oven on to 400°F. Bake your pizza about 35-45 minutes. The cook time depends on two important factors: how well your oven heats, and what type of pizza you’re heating (veggie pizzas and multiple-item pizzas will take longer to cook). After 30 minutes, continue to check your pizza every 5 minutes until it is done to your liking
Your pizza is done when: The sauce is no longer too watery, the internal temperature is 160°F, and the crust is crisp and golden (or to your preference).
Quick fixes: If your sauce is too watery, bake the pizza for longer. If the crust is browning too quickly, move to higher shelf in the oven or carefully put the pizza on cookie sheet. If crust is not browned enough, move to lower oven shelf.