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KitchenCraft World of Flavours 13" Ceramic Pizza Stone and Pizza Cutter Wheel Set with Stand - £11.95 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon
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KitchenCraft World of Flavours 13" Ceramic Pizza Stone and Pizza Cutter Wheel Set with Stand - £11.95 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime @ Amazon

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Bargain for a pizza stone set,these are difficult to buy at the moment as everywhere seem out of stock used mine on the gas BBQ yesterday and results were good

  • Diameter of stone: 33 cm (13 inches)
  • Total width, with handles: 34.5 cm (13½ inches)
  • Height, including handles: 4.5 cm (2 inches)
  • Oven safe to 220°C (428°F)
  • Not quite got room for a brick pizza oven at home? This ceramic pizza stone is the next best thing for making authentic Italian pizza
  • This traditional unglazed stone absorbs heat from your oven and transfers it evenly to dough, for crisp, restaurant-quality results
  • Great for serving too: The stone helps keep your pizza warm, while the serving tray makes carrying it easy and protects your table
  • Also includes an easy-clean, stainless steel pizza wheel, with an easy-grip plastic handle - ideal for sharing at the dinner table. 10cm cutting wheel
  • As well as pizzas, it makes gorgeous crusty bread, crisp pretzels and soft, flavoursome falafel, comes boxed with a 12 month manufacturers guarantee
From the manufacturer


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Perfect for Italian feasts with family and friendsThis large stone pizza plate comes with a metal serving tray and a contemporary, easy-grip pizza wheel, so everyone can get stuck in and share the slicing. No more arguments about who gets the biggest slice!


KitchenCraft World of Flavours Ceramic Pizza Baking Stone with Pizza WheelMake authentic Italian pizza at home without a brick oven, using this traditional baking stoneWant to recreate that faultless margherita you had in Rome last summer, but can’t quite justify installing a brick pizza oven in your kitchen for the pleasure?

Don’t worry, you can still cook crispy, mouth-watering pizzas the authentic Italian way by baking your pizza on this ceramic oven stone. The stone absorbs heat from your oven, making the dough extra crispy – and keeps it nice and warm when brought over to the table on the serving tray.

  • Diameter of stone: 33 cm (13 inches)
  • Total width, with handles: 34.5 cm (13½ inches)
  • Height, including handles: 4.5 cm (2 inches)
  • Oven safe to 220°C (428°F)


Key Features
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Authentic Italian tasteThis stone pizza baker mimics a traditional brick pizza oven, for that unbeatable flavour you just can’t get using a normal baking tray and conventional oven. The unglazed ceramic absorbs heat and moisture, for a perfectly consistent texture and crisp base.


Hotter for longerAs this stone absorbs heat, it’s great for keeping food warm when serving at the table – the included serving tray makes carrying it safe and easy. It’s ideal for get-togethers with family friends when you want to relax, chat and sip on a glass of Shiraz while eating your pizza.


Portion up in secondsThanks to the included pizza cutter, this set includes everything you need for a successful, Italian-style pizza night. The slicer glides through the pizza to make clean, swift cuts, without crushing toppings or making a mess of the cheese. It’s made of rust-resistant, easy-to-clean stainless steel.


Not just for pizzaYou can also use this baking stone to cook perfect sweet and savoury pies, fluffy biscuits and muffins, and fresh, crisp bread rolls, or any other bread or pastry-based treats!



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Improves With Each UseLike lots of things in life, this cooking stone improves with age…

The stone is made of high-quality ceramic, for excellent durability and heat retention. As this is a natural, unglazed material, it’s recommended that you season the stone before the first use, by baking it for one hour at your oven’s highest temperature.

This process hardens the stone, making it even tougher. And best of all, this hardening process continues every time you bake with it!

For best results, pre-heat the stone for 15 to 20 minutes before each use. This will ensure a nice, crisp pizza base and help to stop the dough sticking.



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A Global Culinary Adventure - No Passport Required!KitchenCraft World of Flavours is a colourful celebration of everything you love about world cuisine. Spanning five countries and three continents, this extensive collection features all the tools you need to replicate your favourite dishes from Spain, Italy, Mexico, China and India.

So, explore, experiment and experience. There's a a whole World of Flavours waiting for you to discover. Just search 'KitchenCraft World of Flavours' in your Amazon search bar to see the entire range today.
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Was very tempted thanks for the post but plenty of disappointing reviews put me off
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Ordered one, thank you
Was very tempted thanks for the post but plenty of disappointing reviews put me off
ajh198030/05/2020 10:10

Was very tempted thanks for the post but plenty of disappointing reviews …Was very tempted thanks for the post but plenty of disappointing reviews put me off


Same here :/
I bought a super cheap one from Home Bargains a couple of years ago - still going strong and half the price of this. Seems its not always, you get what you pay for "
Pizza Steele is the way forward I’ve tried everything and the Steele is my go to
Pizza stones still don't get hot enough really.

Some chef's recommend heating a cast iron skillet on the stove, then turning it over, pizza on top, into the oven.

You can do it right side up, but more of a faff getting it out
Robdaraff30/05/2020 11:21

Pizza stones still don't get hot enough really.Some chef's recommend …Pizza stones still don't get hot enough really.Some chef's recommend heating a cast iron skillet on the stove, then turning it over, pizza on top, into the oven.You can do it right side up, but more of a faff getting it out



mine worked perfect last night on the gas bbq
I got this as a gift, was equally a bit concerned about the negative reviews but so far it seems pretty good. Our oven gets to 250c and the stone was bloody hot. Pizza turned out pretty decent too.
deanos30/05/2020 11:30

mine worked perfect last night on the gas bbq


Everything is better bbq'd. Most ovens won't get hot enough to cook pizza properly. Bbq, plus stone, plus lid is a great way to mimic the temperature of a wood fired oven. Crispy bottom, crispy top! I reckon most peeps will be using this in a domestic oven though, 250° max.
Buy a proper pizza stone not cheap ceramic one. Stone takes all the moisture away and gives great taste.
soulman12330/05/2020 11:04

Pizza Steele is the way forward I’ve tried everything and the Steele is my …Pizza Steele is the way forward I’ve tried everything and the Steele is my go to


Good comment. Have just looked at some youtube videos and pizza steel is definitely in the running. Any particular make that you would recommend?
It's only rated as oven safe to 220C surely you wanting it to get as hot as possible?
If I'm doing homemade pizzas in the oven I set to as high as it will go past the 250C marker.
Helpful30/05/2020 13:46

Good comment. Have just looked at some youtube videos and pizza steel is …Good comment. Have just looked at some youtube videos and pizza steel is definitely in the running. Any particular make that you would recommend?


As they can be expensive, I found untreated quarry tile a very close second and 4 15x15cm tiles cost 63p each from my local tile shop.
I have this pizza stone myself, it's very good. You need to crack the oven up as high and it can go. Let the stone full heat for about 30mins before adding anything on top.
soulman12330/05/2020 14:09

As they can be expensive, I found untreated quarry tile a very close …As they can be expensive, I found untreated quarry tile a very close second and 4 15x15cm tiles cost 63p each from my local tile shop.


I invested £3 in a 30 X 30 quarry tile the other week. I had been put off with the price of pizza stones, and I thought £3 was worth a shot. Made my first couple of pizzas and they both came out really well. They had a lovely crispy bottom that you don't get with a pizza tray.

I just need a budget peel next. Is there a quarry tile of pizza peels?
I bought one before, each time pizza got stuck to the stone and never used again. Also take up a lot of room.Not worth the money.
We got this over a year ago and it’s so good we bought a second - the square one. Use it a couple of times a month. If you’re prepared to take time and make the dough, it’s far better than shop bought and not far off takeaway.
Ryw9931/05/2020 13:27

I bought one before, each time pizza got stuck to the stone and never used …I bought one before, each time pizza got stuck to the stone and never used again. Also take up a lot of room.Not worth the money.


did you use flour ? prevents it sticking
deanos01/06/2020 16:51

did you use flour ? prevents it sticking


Ground semolina works even better, especially to stop it sticking to the peel before you slide it onto the stone
Got same one 9 years ago and still going strong. Always put in oven half hour prior to cooking pizza on highest heat......
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