13" pizza stone & cutter £3.99 @ home bargains
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13" pizza stone & cutter £3.99 @ home bargains

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Found 18th Feb 2014
Seems a bargain at the price, had a few left in store. probably nationwide deal.
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Good deal. Which store did you see them in?

I wonder how long it will last at this price? You do get what you pay for. It doesn't look very big either

Nk74

I wonder how long it will last at this price? You do get what you pay … I wonder how long it will last at this price? You do get what you pay for. It doesn't look very big either



13" is 13"
I have a cheap pizza stone, admittedly not the Home Bargains one, it stays in the oven all the time and gets used once or twice a week for cooking on.
Just don't wash them with soapy water and make sure they are dry before heating up in an oven otherwise it can crack. I just wipe mine with a damp cloth when cold and usually have a silicone sheet between the stone and the food being cooked.

Also, when hot, don't try to pick up with cheap oven gloves or those silicone mits, you will regret it very fast!

so someone help me out here. can I make and cook a homemade pizza on these? do I need to heat up the stone first then add pizza or can I just put it in the oven cold with the pizza on it to get that hard stonebaked crust on the bottom?

detch82

so someone help me out here. can I make and cook a homemade pizza on … so someone help me out here. can I make and cook a homemade pizza on these? do I need to heat up the stone first then add pizza or can I just put it in the oven cold with the pizza on it to get that hard stonebaked crust on the bottom?



Mine is in the oven whilst heating up to full heat. I then have a home made pizza which is on a silicone liner on one of those round, metal pizza trays. I cook the base for two minutes on the stone, remove from the oven, top the pizza, then slide the pizza and silicone liner on to the pizza stone and cook for another about 8 minutes.

have been this price and always in stock for the past 6 months or so.

Nk74

I wonder how long it will last at this price? You do get what you pay … I wonder how long it will last at this price? You do get what you pay for. It doesn't look very big either



The clue is in the name! It's a 13" pizza stone!

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jaybow

Good deal. Which store did you see them in?



Hartlepool

I'd invest in a small iron pan from eg home bargains for around £4 .. They make brilliant pizzas, heat griddle/pan on hob / cooker add pizza dough to hot pan, take it off the heat add the toppings as it cooks from underneath then place under grill or in hottest oven to finish cooking. Can't beat it.

Erum, I thought the point of the stone was it wicked moisture away from the base, what good is it doing for you peeps that are putting a baking sheet in between the pizza and the stone lol?

been in store for months. heat added as been a while since last posted

Wouldn't cook a pizza without one of these now. I bought a couple form Home Bargains a few months ago and they are excellent.

Argh! Just paid about £7 for this from argoose!

Ermmmm. for those not near this shop just get a Terraccota unglazed floor tile from Topps Tiles or similar. Costs a couple of quid max.

Hot for me. I bought a few about 6 months ago. Works great if you make your own pizzas. Which we do.

Awaken

Erum, I thought the point of the stone was it wicked moisture away from … Erum, I thought the point of the stone was it wicked moisture away from the base, what good is it doing for you peeps that are putting a baking sheet in between the pizza and the stone lol?



It is also for high, direct heat. I don't have any problems with using piece of non stick baking liner material between the pizza base and the stone, you still get a well cooked & crisp base depending on how long you cook it. May be "slicone liner" is the wrong word for it. It is only something from ome Bargains, a bit like Non-stick Baking Liner
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