ERNESTO Pizza Baking Set - £6.99 Lidl UK
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ERNESTO Pizza Baking Set - £6.99 Lidl UK

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Found 18th Jun 2016
When you need to cook 4 pizzas at once but don't have the oven space this is the ideal solution

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Best Authentic Naples pizza flour is called Caputo 00 tipo & Best Pizza sauce is from San Marzano d.o.p Tomatoes
both can be bought from Ebay seller called
England-Italy-2013

many of us have been using them for awhile now and there great on the g3 ferrari ovens or real pizza ovens Plus they offer the flour in smaller quantities
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A good set, got this the last time round and the trays are good quality.
got one today, the frame is not like the one in the picture or the website. only 2 sides
Think I'd rather have a pizza stone - does anyone use them, if so would you recommend them?
I use a pizza stone and love it, gives a nice crispy base. Not sure I fancy going back to metal.
woldranger

Think I'd rather have a pizza stone - does anyone use them, if so would … Think I'd rather have a pizza stone - does anyone use them, if so would you recommend them?


yeah, pizza stones are the best. got to give them a bit of time in a really hot oven to get to temperature, but well worth the wait. enjoy
holyoake

yeah, pizza stones are the best. got to give them a bit of time in a … yeah, pizza stones are the best. got to give them a bit of time in a really hot oven to get to temperature, but well worth the wait. enjoy



​I'll have a look then. I need to find a large one though as the pizza's I make tend to be bigger than the regular sized pizza trays - guess it's time to check out eBay....
woldranger

​I'll have a look then. I need to find a large one though as the pizza's I … ​I'll have a look then. I need to find a large one though as the pizza's I make tend to be bigger than the regular sized pizza trays - guess it's time to check out eBay....



If you've got a ProCook near you, have a look in there. I got a 15" stone and it comes with a metal thing to rest it on - £10 normal price!
Home bargains do one for £4, not sure on the size but it takes a large pizza from asda!
woldranger

Think I'd rather have a pizza stone - does anyone use them, if so would … Think I'd rather have a pizza stone - does anyone use them, if so would you recommend them?



we have one, and it gives better results for frozen, chilled and fresh homemade pizzas. a no brainer really. like someone has said, the trick is to get the pizza stone hot first.
tek-monkey

Home bargains do one for £4, not sure on the size but it takes a large … Home bargains do one for £4, not sure on the size but it takes a large pizza from asda!

On their website it's listed as 13", but there's no way to find the shipping cost without putting in ALL your details! Have you seen them in store?

The Procook one's look decent but I've read a lot of people having problems with them cracking (if I buy 2 at £4 and one goes pop that's not too bad!)
I've cracked a few pizza stones, not sure what brand. The trouble comes when any liquid gets into the stone.

I make my own sourdough base and it's usually mushroom, courgette or the tomato sauce that's the problem. Solution is probably to avoid cutting the pizza on the stone.
Edited by: "part2" 19th Jun 2016
part2

I've cracked a few pizza stones, not sure what brand. The trouble comes … I've cracked a few pizza stones, not sure what brand. The trouble comes when any liquid gets into the stone. I make my own sourdough base and it's usually mushroom, courgette or the tomato sauce that's the problem. Solution is probably to avoid cutting the pizza on the stone.



​ Yeah, avoid thermal shock (i.e. let it cool down gradually in the open and off oven), and mechanical shock especially whilst hot (simply slide the pizza onto a plate for cutting).
tek-monkey

Home bargains do one for £4, not sure on the size but it takes a large … Home bargains do one for £4, not sure on the size but it takes a large pizza from asda!



​Cheers. Nipped into my local store and they have them for £3.99. Job done
woldranger

​Cheers. Nipped into my local store and they have them for £3.99. Job done



Happy to help

As for cracking, my last 2 went where oils from the pizzas had completely penetrated the stone to the other side. I now cut the pizzas off the stone and the current one is about 18 months old and doing fine.
whats all the crap about a pizza stone? can you cook 4 at once on one?
brilly

whats all the crap about a pizza stone? can you cook 4 at once on one?



​Sounds a bit snobby
Gollywood

​Sounds a bit snobby


the utterly irrelevant pizza stone? yes

its like all the DE shavers that find themselves posting 'its a pleasure not a chore' in smug tones in gillette mach 3 threads
I use the granite worktop/chopping board sold at Tesco as my Pizza stone. Use the underside which is not polished to put the pizza on.

About 1" thick so unlikely to crack.

Granite Worktop Protector

Edited by: "Bl1ng" 20th Jun 2016
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