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.
Care: Dishwasher safe
Use: Oven safe to...Read More
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.
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.
I gave an accomplished pie-maker an early holiday gift so he could make a Thanksgiving pie. The pie dough stuck no matter what he did, and he finally went back to using waxed paper. We will be late for dinner today. We will send the mat back.
So convenient . . . . not only is the guesswork taken out of the size of your pizza dough or galette or pie crust, you also have the conversion tables if you are following a European recipe with metric measurements! A no-brainer!
I will use this to line the bottom of the oven and also to line the stainless steel stove (will have to custom cut). For the burners I will use the silicone bands on the seam between the floor of the stove and the bottom of the burner. All this to minimize clean-up of splatters and spills. I am happy I found a think, but large size silicone mat.
Good question. I have used the mat for rolling out roll dough and I did cut the dough into crescent shapes with a pizza cutter. After reading your question I went to check my mat for cut marks and there were none.
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.