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  • Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

    I would like my guests to be able to build their own pies but I am concerned about the sticking pizza problem.

    Does anyone have experience with Perforated Pizza Disks


    To allow guests to build a pizza on the disk, throw the whole thing in the oven and then move the pizza off the disk after the bottom has set.

    Chip
    Chip

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    Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

    Chip,

    Our guests make their own but we have them use a ton of corn meal on the peel. We also try to keep them moving to prevent the dough from hydrating into the peel. Where are these sold, I might give one a try?
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      Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

      I do that all the time and I don't think you will have any problems at all doing it that way. I make a sourdough crust so I like it to set for a while after I stretch it out.

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        Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

        Les, I use an air bake pan and you can find them at Target and Wall-Mart and such.

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          Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

          Originally posted by Les View Post
          Where are these sold, I might give one a try?
          Les,

          I found them at

          Pizza Supplies

          They have a lot of other stuff. the thing I like about these is that they have no rim so easy on and off for the pie.

          Chip
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            Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

            Originally posted by Faith In Virginia View Post
            Les, I use an air bake pan and you can find them at Target and Wall-Mart and such.
            Cool - no clue what they are but I will check it out. Thanks!
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              Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

              We get our guests to build the pizza on a tray/pan, oil the pan, spread dough, flip dough, build pizza.
              Bake until the dough is firm, remove from tray and put on bricks to crisp, we rarely get a problem.
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                Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

                we use the wire mesh screens when we do big parties (50 pizzas) and they work great
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                  Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

                  Originally posted by metalmaster View Post
                  we use the wire mesh screens when we do big parties (50 pizzas) and they work great
                  I looked at the mesh also, Do you remove the pizza from the mesh or leave it on for the whole cooking cycle?

                  And how do they hold up over time? They look a little flimsy.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

                    we take the pizzas off as soon as they cook enough to slide off.
                    we have used them for over 300 pizzas so far and they look as good as new.

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                      Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

                      ditto. Mine have (probably) over 300 uses and are dark with, umm, darkness, and getting rather bent up... but continue working fine. I only replace them if the edge starts to fall apart because they can cut fingers when that happens.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

                        I have and use pans, disks, and screens. The disks are a PIA because you can't get the peel under them. Occasionally the screens stick, so normally I use the pans if anything.

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                          Re: Perforated Pizza Disk - for parties?

                          Just spread some flouer under Your pizza will be fine!
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