This 11-inch pizza tray from the Eagleware line of Alegacy professional cookware was designed for use in both the commercial and home kitchen. Constructed of heavy-duty, thick aluminum alloy which keeps the tray sturdy for extensive use while maintaining like-new appearances pizza after pizza. The standard sloped rim of the tray is rolled to eliminate the problem of hard-to-clean openings. Proudly made in the USA and stamped with the Eagleware trademark of quality, durability and versatility.
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Alegacy A11 Eagleware Professional Aluminum Sloped Rim Pizza Tray, 11-Inch
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- 11-Inch diameter pizza tray
- 0.032" Thick aluminum alloy
- Standard sloped rim
- Constructed for extensive use
- Made in the USA
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By SimpleSins on February 9, 2016
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I use a toaster oven rather than a regular oven and after a year had not found a pan that would actually fit in my T-Fal Convection-Rotisserie Toaster oven with inner dimensions of about 12 inches. When I made my DiGiorno frozen pizza, I was putting it on a piece of foil on the rack to cook it. This pan is the exact size for a DiGiorno round; I can't speak to other brands because that's all I use. Because there is a slope to the outer rim, the pizza doesn't fit flat, but since the slope is toward the center of the pan, nothing falls off. Like the pizza on the pan, the pan itself fits exactly in the oven with just enough room around the curves to allow air to circulate. Some pans seem to want to make the bottom of the pizza burn, but that has not been the case with this one. In addition, clean up is easy. Presumably you could also bake biscuits or other things when you want to make a greater number than the typical toaster oven cookie sheet will allow, but I haven't tried that yet.
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