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  • Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

    Yesterday at work one of the guys mentioned that he used a pizza screen to make the pie on and then deliver it to the oven without the drawbacks of a sticking peel. He stated he got the info from pro pizza guys in New Jersey

    Has anyone tried this and does it work?
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    Capt. Paul
    Granite Falls WA, USA.
    Oven In Granite Falls

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    Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

    Yes it works.

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    • #3
      Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

      Do you flour it like a peel or use .. OK gotta say it because this was the advise.... Pam spray
      Capt. Paul
      Granite Falls WA, USA.
      Oven In Granite Falls

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      • #4
        Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

        You use Pam spray and season it in your kitchen oven until it gets a patina (2 or 3 heats), then you never wet-wash it to maintain the seasoning. When using, you do not need to put anything on it. I sometimes use screens/pans in the WFO, but I do not cook Neapolitan style pizza as a rule. I take it off the screen/pan after a minute or so then finish it on the hearth for another 2-3 minutes for a nice NY Neo-politan.
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        • #5
          Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

          Awesome, going to get one and try it out.
          Capt. Paul
          Granite Falls WA, USA.
          Oven In Granite Falls

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            Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

            How would you transfer it from the screen into the oven? The peel alows for an extended reach into the hot oven.

            I just put a layer of cornmeal on the peel....pizza rolls right off.

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            • #7
              Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

              I'm going to try it both ways, the peel is going to be the end goal to perfect. Sticking to the peel is how they invented calzone right
              Capt. Paul
              Granite Falls WA, USA.
              Oven In Granite Falls

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              • #8
                Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

                You put the screen on the peel.

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                • #9
                  Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

                  Originally posted by Tscarborough View Post
                  You put the screen on the peel.
                  That makes sense OK tomorrow night first pizza bake. Think I have everything except enough dry fruit wood but I think I can pick some up tomorrow on my way to the property. Can't wait.
                  Capt. Paul
                  Granite Falls WA, USA.
                  Oven In Granite Falls

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                    Re: Pizza Screens To Deliver Pizza To The Oven

                    Well the screen works like a dream. Bought 3 screens at Cash and Carry. Seasoned them on the BBQ before going out to the property where the oven is. After delivering the pizza to the oven, after a minute used the peel to lift the pizza, removed the screen and turned the pizza. Wonderful tool.
                    Capt. Paul
                    Granite Falls WA, USA.
                    Oven In Granite Falls

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