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Aluminum Pizza Pans

Restaurant-style, round aluminum pans make it easy to bake and serve delicious pizza at home. Dishwasher and oven safe. Three convenient sizes: 8", 12", or 16".Read More

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Restaurant-style, round aluminum pans make it easy to bake and serve delicious pizza at home. Dishwasher and oven safe. Three convenient sizes: 8", 12", or 16".

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  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 8", 12", or 16" round
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Made in China


BENEFITS:
  • Bake and serve delicious pizza at home
  • Restaurant-style, round aluminum pans
  • Three convenient sizes: 8", 12", or 16"
  • Dishwasher and oven safe
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Consistently undercooks pizza
I bought two of these pans to replace some old pans. They undercooked every pizza I made. I tried everything I could think of for 4 months and could not get them to produce a pizza as good as my old pans. I ultimately tossed them and went back to using the old pans.
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I have been looking for a couple good pizza pans and these were on sale.
TINA T on Jun 15, 2015
I needed to replace an old pan that was from a drive-in from the 1960's.
Randy D on Nov 28, 2014
I chose this because I needed platters to cut & serve cooked pizzas.
JANINE B on Jun 11, 2015
I bought these to match three I have already so when we make homemade pizza we can use these as plates.
Amy M on Aug 25, 2014
Will placing this pan directly on a heated pizza stone damage it?
A shopper on Oct 10, 2012
Best Answer: I would not reccomend putting this pizza pan directly on a preheated pizza stone. Instead, try heating it gradually along with the stone so it has time to adjust to the temperature change
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