- Hardwood surface is good for all oven types
- Rounded edges
- Baking peel has a 14-inch surface
- All-wood handle
- Hand wash and dry
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GREAT FOR MAKING YOUR PIZZA ON. PLEASE DO NOT WASH IN WATER.IT,LL CURL THE WOOD AND YOU,LL HAVE TO SOAK IT AND DRY IT UNDER A PRESS TO STAIGHTEN AGAIN. JUST LIGHTLY CLEAN WITH DAMP PAPER TOWEL.
The peel is the key to getting the pizza on and off the pizza stone, without this tool you are just asking to have a mess on your hands, as well as burnt fingers. Dash some corn meal on the peel, lay down the dough, build your pizza, then slide the pizza on to the preheated stone in the 500F oven. Just seven to nine minutes later your pizza is done. The peel slips easily under the cooked pizza and makes you look like a real pro.
The edge is a little thick and doesn't slide under the pizza as easily as a thinner one but it's not bad. It would just be nice if it was thinner. Overall I am really enjoying using it and it has made my pizza making better and easier. Anyone who makes pizza should absolutely have one of these!
4 out of 5 stars, based on 289 ratings
93% of reviewers recommend this product
89% say this is a "good value"
On this particular product, I haven't even used it yet. It's a gift for my son for Christmas. Then I'll have to find out what he thinks of the peel. He's been interested in purchasing one for himself for a long while. I bought this one at a reasonable cost. I will let you know after Christmas if this was a good buy.
My onlu real problem with it is that the little sticker with the products barcode on it is stuck to the handle itself. Good luck getting all the residue from the glue off the wood handle. If it were baggde and the sticker on were on the bag it would be an improvement. I had to after scraping and rubbing on the tacky residue finally sand off the remainder so that I could treat the wood.
This is a great product, I use it all the time and it makes short work of getting the pizza, bread, or what ever out of the oven and on to a cooling rack AND with no burns!!! :) I really like this peel's light in weight yet heavy duty in work load
This item came paired with a baking stone. My husband and I have used it several times and it really is like you see the bakers working at their ovens...Great deal. Would recommend to any pizza lovers or bakers.
I keep the baking stone in the oven, where it is always available to make my pizza crusts nice and crisp. Though I tried, it is impossible to keep the stone clean; it does get discolored with normal use. I found it hard to use the peel at first. Since I make only small (8" or less) pizzas, I just use a pancake flipper and a plate to move my pizzas on and off the stone.
It's a good peel, but I have no other experience with them at all. The first time I tried to slide my pizza off the peel onto the stone it wouldn't budge....so I flung it a little harder and it landed off the back side of the stone...there is a learning curve using it to put a raw pizza in the oven. I use a pizza pan until my pizza is slightly cooked then the pan slides out easily and the stone works its magic...Practice!