- 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 287 ratings
93% of reviewers recommend this product
89% say this is a "good value"
I actually thought this was an unnessesary tool until I used it. Because you have to heat up the pizza stone to 500 degrees, it is invaluble. You make the pizza right on the board and slide it onto the hot stone, then you use it to remove from the stone. I recommend that you follow the instructions and use corn meal, they act like little ball bearings and the raw pizza rolls right off the board.
I bought this as part of a package deal with a pizza stone. The peel makes it so much easier to deliver the dough to the right spot.
One negative about this peel was that it was very rough and cheaply finished. I took some sandpaper and oil to it and it is better now but it's certainly not a top of the line product. For the price it was fine.
The Pizza Peel I received is lovely. So pretty I have it hanging on the wall in the kitchen. I let my artisian breads rise on it, and then use it to slide them onto my baking stone in the oven. And I like that it comes from Canada, NOT China.
While still trying to get the hang of this paddle, not as easy
as it seems, I will be buying another so that I can make
two pizzas at once. I make gluten free pizzas which are sticky
and requires having two separate paddles to make separate pizzas.
Great to get the pizza in and out of the HOT oven. The edges were a little rough and I had to sand them smooth by hand....not too big a deal but you shouldnt have to work on a product when you get it. All in all its a good piece to have if cooking pizzas
Before we used this peel, I used to precook my dough on the stone and wait a few minutes and then add the toppings.
Last night we premade the whole pizza on the peel, put it on the stone and were able to quickly close the over so that the stone didnt cool too much.
The pizza was perfectly cooked after turning it twice while cooking.
My family told me it was the best homemade pizza ever....