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Multipurpose pizza pan: Each pizza shape is flat, small, handy and can also be used as a pizza board. Suitable for families, restaurants and other occasions
High-quality pizza pan : With special aerating holes, to create a crispy crust on shop-bought, frozen and homemade pizzas
Strong carbon steel: Anti-warp metal, utensil safe with care . Ideal for baking fresh or frozen pizzas, Heats evenly without warping
Non-stick pizza pan: the perforated pizza crisper pan comes with good coating, which effectively avoids sticking pastries and ensures the integrality of pastrie
Easy to use and clean: Non-stick coating, easy food release, Rolled edge, secure-hold silicone inserts for added grip, easy handwash
Non-Stick Pizza Pan Crisper Tray makes achieving that perfectly crispy pizza crust and base really easy â whether itâs store-bought, frozen or baked fresh. It features a thick, non-stick carbon steel construction, and a series of perforations that help circulate hot air around your base (which means no âhot spotsâ).
The perforated pizza pan measures 32 cm (12Â½â) in diameter. As well as being big enough for generously sized pizzas, you can use it to crisp up bruschetta or warm half-baked baguettes.
jocabo Pizza Pan â Cook With Confidence
This pizza crisper is built with 1 mm-thick carbon steel, and features a series of aerating holes. These are designed to distribute the heat of your oven more evenly. They also allow any moisture in your dough to escape.
The heavyweight carbon steel design ensures the pan wonât warp in the oven, while its electroplated finish helps prevent corrosion. With proper care, the pan will last for years .
This pan is finished with two layers of the state-of-the-art, non-stick coating. It releases food quickly and easily without damaging it - which is especially useful if you're working with thin delicate bases.its non-stick silicone base is reinforced with ceramic materials to improve its strength, and itâs secured to the pan with a special sandblasting process."br""br" Package:"br""br" 2 x Pizza Pan Crisper Tray, 32 cm (12.5") + Pizza Cutter + Pizza Slicer "br""br"
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