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Sur La Table Silicone Pastry Mat

Take the guesswork out of rolling pastry dough! Non-slip silicone mat features easy-to-use measurement markings and handy conversion charts. Rolls up for convenient storage.Read More

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Description

Take the guesswork out of rolling pastry dough! Non-slip silicone mat features easy-to-use measurement markings and handy conversion charts. Rolls up for convenient storage.

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  • Material: Silicone
  • Dimensions: 24" x 17"
  • Made in China

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  • Dishwasher safe
  • Oven safe to 500°F
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Very handy when rolling out dough
This is a great product. The dough does not stick to the mat and it makes it really easy to size out the perfect size for a pie crust. Easy to clean. I also like that it sticks to the counter so it does not move when rolling out. Great product.
November 7, 2013
Great pastry mat!
I love the size of this mat, it is 17x24. Since I have tiles on my counter tops I can now utilize that space rather than trying to limit working on a cutting board. I have a tendency to be messy and this mat caught everything, clean up is so easy! Also, there is no longer guessing in the size nor 'roundness' of my dough.
The mat adheres to the counter surface which makes rolling out dough so easy.
October 31, 2014
U need this
If your into pastry making or any baking.
You need at least one in your kitchen .
They work very well.
Easy use.
Just dust with little flour then roll pastry/ pizza dough.
None stick ( when flour dusted).
Easy clean up.
Soapy water rinse dry ready for next use.
September 10, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Takes on a Tough workout
I use this pastry mat extensively and it takes a beating without showing it. Cleans up easily and stores nicely in its roll sleeve. Saves a lot of counter clean up time.
May 6, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Love this mat
I just bought one of these to replace my old one, which was having problems with the layers separating. This seems to be a much better quality mat. Used it to make Linzer cookies, which need to be worked while the dough is cold. No problems with sticking. I wouldn't anticipate any problems making pie crusts either. Nice that it has a storage tube (I kept my old one folded up in a plastic bag).
August 26, 2016
Great for measuring dough sizes for most any purpose, large enough to comfortably cover the work surface, easy clean up and storage. A very worthwhile purchase.
July 9, 2016
Purchased
9 months ago
Gift for Beginning Pie Baker
I have used this silicone-type mat for years and took for granted how much easier it made with rolling out the pie dough. When my daughter expressed an interest in learning how to make pies I started off teaching her using my equipment. The pastry mat was a lifesaver. It made it so much easier to get the rolled out disc into the pan. She said she'd never be able to make a pie without it. So I ordered this for her and she loves it.
July 4, 2016
Purchased
9 months ago
Love it. I had an old one for 25 years. Is so much better on kitchen surface
December 9, 2016
Purchased
4 months ago
Works Great!
The mat is really flexible, and sticks well to our wooden countertop. It worked great for rolling thin sugar cookies this Christmas! It feels like durable material as well, and was easy to clean.
January 6, 2017
Purchased
3 months ago
 

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Why did you choose this?
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because you can never have enough pastry mats if you love to bake.
Pey-Lih L on Mar 21, 2017
I have no room to store a pastry board and need help with crust measurements.
Jane L on Feb 1, 2017
because you can never have enough pastry mats if you love to bake.
Pey-Lih L on Mar 21, 2017
Registry item
Mary S on Feb 15, 2017
I have no room to store a pastry board and need help with crust measurements.
Jane L on Feb 1, 2017
Instructor's suggestion in the pie making class
Brenda M on Jan 31, 2017
I am getting serious about making my own pie crusts and this mat will help. I probably won't need it after I've made several hundred pies.
marel h on Jan 12, 2017
I choose this because my pastry tends to stick to the surface when I roll out onto my marble worktop. I also like the measurements that are marked out on it.
Natasha A on Jan 12, 2017
this one is a gift. I have one and absolutely love it.
EastsideRide on Jan 11, 2017
Lost my old one.
Sally O on Jan 11, 2017
I have always wanted a better surface for rolling out dough
Therese G on Jan 11, 2017
good reviews, always wanted something like this.
Asta W on Jan 8, 2017
The measurements for pastry dough was rather enticing. I've been looking for something that would be better than wax paper!
Juliana S on Jan 1, 2017
To improve my workspace while rolling out dough.
Stacey T on Dec 28, 2016
It's a replacement for my previous Sur La Table Silicone pastry mat which I used for many years.
Shirley L on Dec 26, 2016
i no longer have a messy counter!
Barbara F on Dec 20, 2016
Needed to replace the old one I had from Pampered Chef.
Jacquelyn M on Dec 16, 2016
We had a Tupperware mat that was about 30 years old. It finally ripped. This one got good reviews, so we hope it lasts a while.
Patricia R on Dec 15, 2016
I have one of these pastry mats and bought one as a gift for my mom because I love it so much. The silicone is great because it stays put on the counter and dough doesn't stick to it!
Rose M on Dec 14, 2016
I purchased this mat about a year ago and just love it! It lays flat, doesn't curl, doesn't slip on the counter and is a great size for rolling out pie crust for pies or large cobblers. Easy to clean and just rolls up to store away easily. I love it so much, I think all my kids need one in their homes as well, so purchased several more! I highly recommend this.
Stacey M on Dec 14, 2016
I have been looking for a quality pastry mat and this one is more than perfect.
Patty F on Dec 14, 2016
I checked out the pastry mat in the store and found it to be of excellent quality compared to those I looked at in other stores. Reviews were great also.
Sheryl B on Dec 11, 2016
It looks interesting. I'ed like to try it for making pie shells.
Alana N on Dec 11, 2016
I make a lot of pies and am always trying to eye my pan and gauge how much to roll out, so I thought why keep guessing? I have a friend who told me this mat was great and I'm ready to give it a try.
Debra S on Dec 8, 2016
Chose this for a beginner baker. Detailed markings should be most helpful.
Eva J F on Dec 4, 2016
I purchased this mat for myself a few years ago at a Sur La Table store due to it's lightweight and ability to stay put on the counter. It's high quality, stays put, is easy to clean and rolls up neatly in my drawer. I just purchased 2 for my daughters as Christmas gifts. Probably my favorite cooking tool!
PAULA D on Nov 29, 2016
This is very helpful in rolling out pie dough to the proper size
Virgil N on Nov 26, 2016
I cannot roll pie crust without it
Dodie L on Nov 23, 2016
I am more of a cook than a baker and want to experiment with pastry this winter. I thought this mat would be helpful.
Noralee S on Nov 21, 2016
makes accuracy easier
Sheryl R on Nov 20, 2016
thanksgiving pies
MELISSA W on Nov 15, 2016
dual purpose!
Tristan C on Nov 14, 2016
So that I can use this with the pastry guide to ensure that my crusts are PERFECT. And to use the easy conversion table to cut out all of the guess work.
Mary C on Nov 14, 2016
Required for a online cooking class and to make roll out of pastry more uniform.
Shawn D on Nov 9, 2016
As a gift for our daughter. She needs a new one and this one looked like it would hold up.
Tracey G on Nov 8, 2016
My dough always slides on my counter because of the surface. Can't wait to try this mat to help also with sizing.
Heather F on Nov 6, 2016
Had one of these made by Tupperware. The plastic cracked after many years of use. Miss pastry guidelines.
Christine Y on Oct 24, 2016
This item also requested - It is a gift together with the rolling pin.
Diane M on Oct 23, 2016
i have a walnut island countertop sandlike to use a large mat for rolling out pastry and cookies.
Debra L on Oct 17, 2016
Because my mum always had one and used it to make pies, then she would roll up the scraps in cinnamon sugar and cook those for us to eat when we were little. YUM!
Heather O on Oct 5, 2016
helpful to make pie crust for thanksgiving
Arthur G on Sep 24, 2016
Helpful measure conversions and a convenient transportable work surface.
AMANDA B on Sep 17, 2016
Need one for rolling GF pizza dough. Father-in-law used mine as a cutting board and cut slits in.it
KRISTIN N on Aug 28, 2016
Really good buy for bakers!
Sudeshna B on Aug 22, 2016
For my granddaughters
Laura F on Aug 15, 2016
to bake better
Ronni G on Jul 18, 2016
for someone who is not a baker, this makes it super easy when I do bake things!
Stacy H on Jul 4, 2016
The chef I am taking a class from used it and it was really helpful for making pie crust to a certain size and rolling out.
Amy P on Jun 26, 2016
Used this item in The "Croissant from Scratch" class and was really impressed with how useful it was.
Colleen A T on Jun 16, 2016
I have one very similar and my daughter wants to learn to make pies. Is going to be very helpful to roll out the crusts to a consistent size
Wilma F on Jun 12, 2016
I took a croissant class at Sur La Table yesterday and i work on this mat it was wonderful because it already has the measurements on it , I do a lot of baking with pie crust and this will definitely come in handy.
susan m on Jun 11, 2016
I used to have one of these and somehow lost it in a move and I needed one.
Janet C on Jun 8, 2016
Registry item
Mary S on Feb 15, 2017
Instructor's suggestion in the pie making class
Brenda M on Jan 31, 2017
can this be used in the oven?

can this mat be used as a baking sheet liner in the oven? or it is only used for rolling and sizing the dough? thank you!
A shopper on Jan 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This mat is oven safe up to 500 degrees.
If I cut out cookies or strips of dough on it, will it cause damage to the mat? If so, is there a work-around so that I can use it without damaging it?
Linda on Oct 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it will damage the mat. Don't do it!
Do you use flour between the dough and the mat?
Janice M on Dec 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Looks like from some of the reviews below that some did not use flour and found it to work fine and others found it stuck to the mat. I would assume it depends on the moisture content of your dough, but I would probably use a little bit of flour anyways.
Will this mat roll up for storage?
Katie B on Sep 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It comes in a plastic sleeve with a piece of cardboard used to roll it up in. I just wash and dry it then roll it back around the cardboard and put it back in it's sleeve.
Can this be used to roll out and transfer fondant?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it can.
Some people report this as being non stick as advertized, but my experience is that of Diane of Nov 27, 2014, I couldn't get a pie crust rolled out on this to release. Retried with an inordinate amount of flour, more than ever used with cloth pastry cloth, and it was "ok" but, even then, where the flour layer was thin, it stuck a bit. I don't want to have my crusts themselves "encrusted" by a thick layer of unincorporated flour. What gives?
A shopper on Jan 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It may depend on what your pie crust is made of. If it has more moisture in it, it will stick. Mine is the old-fashioned Crisco crust and with just a small amount of four, it doesn't stick.
 

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