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Italian Collection World of Flavours Italian Pizza Stone Set

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  • The perfect choice for cooking pizza and dough based foods
  • Heats evenly and absorbs moisture to produce a crispy based pizza
  • Complete with chrome serving stand and stainless steel pizza cutter
  • Oven safe up to 220°C / 428°F
  • Baking stone is 32cm / 12.5" and the pizza cutter is 10cm / 4"

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Brand Italian Collection
Model NumberKCPIZSTONE
ColourWhite
Item Weight2.3 Kg
Product Dimensions32 x 32 x 4 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB0001IX0XK
Best Sellers Rank 1,409 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.3 Kg
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Date First Available1 Mar. 2004
  
 

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World Of Flavours Italian pizza stone set heats evenly and absorbs moisture to produce a crispy based pizza every time. This pizza stone set includes a pizza baking stone, a heavy duty chrome serving rack and a pizza wheel cutter with a stainless steel blade. The pizza stone is 32cm / 12.5" and the cutting wheel is 10cm / 4" and is oven safe up to 220°C / 428°F. Part of the World of Flavours Italian range, create your very own Italian kitchen.



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I bought this to make Naan bread at home, in spite of some of the negative reviews. I guessed that the people concerned simply misused the item and did not heat up the stone along with the oven.
Well, it did work really well for 3 or 4 uses, made great Naan bread. The stone helps achieve from an ordinary oven the high temperature needed for Naans etc. Then the stone split in two in the oven during use, just outside the one month return period.

Update. I bought this from Amazon itself (as opposed to from another supplier via Amazon). Amazon immediately replaced the item free of charge. Good to bear in mind when you have the choice of several suppliers for a given item. I therefore increased the rating from two to three stars. However, that still does not change the problem with the stone. Is there a more robust version out there?
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tired of soggy bottomed pizzas I hoped this would be the solution to restaurant quality crispy pizzas at home. Its my new toy and it does work well, but the stone does have to be piping hot when you put the dough on it. If you let the stone cool down too much the dough will stick and you will have to scrape it off. I notice some reviewers said their oven did not get hot enough. Our oven is a cheapo one with no fan or anything, the 'max' setting on the dial appears to be something above 250c, possibly 300c, and it works fine, provided you do get the stone really hot. The only drawback I can see to it is that obviously you have to handle the hot stone with oven gloves, but well, thats the nature of cooking, unless you just eat salad. Also once you have used it a few times it will look very 'seasoned' ie stained, but its a cooking stone, thats what its going to look like! And it does make nice pizza. (or rather you make nice pizza, its just a hot stone). Happy cooking!
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By A Customer on 7 Dec. 2005
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Excellent service and delivery.
Excellent product. The stone needs 240C to harden the stone , then 180-200C is plenty for cooking, which is very quick. about 15 -20mins, the result was a very nice even crisp base ..excellent.... Even 'Jamie' would approve!
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By A. Marczak VINE VOICE on 29 Jan. 2008
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This is the perfect way to cook pizza. Put the oven up high, put the stone in to warm up. Take it out, put the pizza on, put it back in for 10-15 minutes, and you get a gorgeous crispy base that you just don't get with baking trays.
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Ok, so first of all I am from Naples (Italy), you know..where the pizza comes from and I am very obsessed about making the best pizza I can at home.

Let me start by saying that I have already owned two of these pizza stones. One broke after a month or so and then Amazon kindly replaced it right away. The second one also broke again after 2 weeks... BUT, I just want to tell you now that even if it breaks in 2 parts you can still use it and here's why.

Some people make their own pizza stones by buying 4 unglazed tiles and put them together one next to the other in the oven (and so with a tiny gap between each other) and that works perfectly. So I thought, why can't I do that with my now broken pizza stone?
So I just kind of "re-assembled" the 2 pieces together, just literally put them one next to each other in my oven on the grid (as if you were making a puzzle with those two pieces) and boom! It worked like a charm. I still get the same exact results and I'm not bothered anymore.

Bottom line, buy this pizza stone or any other for that matter and if it breaks don't cry, just keep using it as it's still functional :).

The only thing you need to be careful about is that when you place your pizza on the stone using your pizza peeler (you are using a pizza peeler, right? If not go buy one NOW as it's absolutely necessary to use it with the pizza stone!!!), just be careful not to accidentally pierce the pizza. Sometimes at first it happened to me that when I was taking the pizza out I accidentally pinched it and pierced it by pushing it to hardly against the hard edges that are now on the gap of the stone. But with a little practice I don't do that anymore as I gently lift the pizza with the peel before sliding it under.
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Fed up with these - I bought 2 as I thought they would be better than the metal pizza trays (with air holes) but they are rubbish. Really difficult to clean as you aren't supposed to soak them. I make my own pizzas from scratch and with these the dough either sticks to the bottom or is soggy - my old cheap metal ones are much superior and I have gone back to them. See pic attached to see the state of these, too much hard work cleaning them for very poor results
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(see what I did?).
Not as good as I had hoped. Throwing the pizza in the frying pan for a minute after oven cooking achieves better results in terms of a crispy base. As for the "authentic stone baked taste" I couldn't really detect much of that, but there is more of it there then the frying pan trick I just mentioned. It's a tough decision to make, do I sacrifice some crispiness for the stone baked taste? or do I ditch the stone baked taste and actually eat a pizza that has a crispy base... hmm...
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You need to grease this product slightly for the first couple of uses otherwise your food sticks, but after this, you can cook straight on it. The stoneware cooks the pizza evenly and quickly (please check on it regularly!). You not supposed to use washing up liquid or put it in the dishwasher - just warm water and a scraper will do the job. The metal handle isn't attached to the stoneware (just runs underneath it) so as you pull it out of the oven, please be careful because the stoneware slips about (I use mine without the metal handle)
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