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AmazonBasics Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Pizza Pan, 13.5 Inch
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||16.2 x 13.7 x 1.14 inches|
|Item Weight||6.72 Pounds|
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- Pre-seasoned cast iron pizza pan with side handles; oven safe to 500 degrees Fahrenheit
- Cast iron for even heat distribution and retention; pre-seasoned products don't have non-stick function; hand wash only
- Always use hot-pads, oven mitts, or potholders while moving or removing cast iron cookware on or from the stove or oven.
- 13.5 Inch Diameter
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AmazonBasics Cast Iron Collection
AmazonBasics Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Cookware
Pizza Pan, 13.5 Inch
A wonderful addition to any cookware collection, this AmazonBasics Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Pizza Pan provides a round spacious cooking surface with a 13.5-inch diameter. The pan bakes pizza pies to delicious perfection, complete with a hot, crispy crust. The pan can also be used for baking hand-formed breadsticks, roasted vegetables, or homemade cookies and other sweet treats. The versatile cookware moves seamlessly from the refrigerator to the stovetop or oven to the table for easy serving.
Safe for All Cooking Surfaces
The AmazonBasics pre-seasoned cast-iron cookware can be used on all cooking surfaces, including on a stovetop, in the oven, under the broiler, or on a barbecue. When using it on ceramic- or glass-topped cooking surfaces, avoid dragging the cookware to protect the cooking surface.
- Cast-iron cookware
- Pre-seasoned and ready to use
- Cast iron for even heat distribution and retention
- User-friendly handle(s) for easy lifting and transport
- Oven-safe to 500 degrees F
- Suitable for all cooking surfaces
- Hand wash only
- Backed by an AmazonBasics limited 1-year warranty
Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron
Made with heavy-duty cast iron, the cookware retains heat well and distributes it evenly. Heat spreads thoroughly across the base and up the sides for optimal cooking results. Even more, the cookware comes pre-seasoned, which means it’s good to go right out of the box.
The pre-seasoned cast-iron cookware has been thoroughly pre-baked with penetrating vegetable oil. The result: a beautiful black patina and easier food release.
Before first use, rinse the pre-seasoned cookware with hot water and dry thoroughly. Do NOT use soap.
For best results, cook using medium heat and apply a small amount of vegetable oil to the cookware’s cooking surface before each use. Use heat-resistant silicone, plastic, or wooden utensils only. Avoid metal utensils.
After cooking, clean the cookware using a stiff brush and hot water, then rinse and towel dry. To remove stuck-on food, boil water in the cookware for a few minutes to loosen residue, then rinse and towel dry.
To clean, hand wash only. Soap and harsh cleaning detergents should never be used to clean pre-seasoned cast-iron cookware. After hand washing, towel dry immediately and apply a light coat of oil to the cooking surface while the cookware is still warm (to prevent rusting). Do not put cold water into the hot cookware or let it air dry.
Note: this pre-seasoned cast iron cookware is NOT dishwasher-safe.
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|Item Dimensions||16.20 x 13.70 x 1.14 inches||18.43 x 14.75 x 1.25 inches||13.50 x 17.00 x 1.50 inches||14.00 x 14.00 x 1.50 inches||14.00 x 10.00 x 2.50 inches||13.00 x 15.00 x 1.00 inches|
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Made a pizza and it came out perfect, beautifully browned with a crisp bottom. When it came out of the oven it was just like carry-out, except it was hot.
Even though the box said pre-seasoned, I seasoned the pan before using it. I also used a pastry brush to spread a little olive oil on the bottom before placing the dough and put it in a 400 degree F oven at the lowest rack position. 25 minutes later the kitchen was filled with the wonderful aroma of a pizza shop.
I worked in restaurants and bakeries and this pan produced the same quality crust as a pizza stone, but was much easier to use with no need for a peel or semolina that will get all over the bottom of the oven.
I made a scratch dough using a Bobby Flay recipe from the food network, but I don’t see why this pan wouldn’t work just as well with a frozen dough.
The pizza lifted right out of the pan with no problem, I put the pizza on a large cutting board because I didn’t want to cut it in the pan. After cooling, the pan cleaned up good as new with a little soap and water.
I can’t think of anything I don’t like about this pan. Amazon did a great job and I would recommend this pan to anyone who wants to make authentic carry-out pizza at home. I imagine this would also be a great pan for calzones, I am going to try that when the weather cools down.
The pan makes roughly a 14" pie max. The pan is a little over an inch deep. Not a big pizza, but should accommodate most dough recipes (and definitely if you buy a ball of dough at store).
Most of the pies I have made I have just pressed the dough into the pan, cold. I sometimes spray it with olive oil or refined coconut oil, but sometimes not. If the seasoning is maintained, it shouldn't need any additional oil just prior to use.
It cooks the pizza dough evenly, and I dont feel like I need to keep checking the bottom side. I found that I can get a crisper crust by pressing the dough into a an already hot pan (just be careful).
I like it better than a pizza stone. I like it about same or maybe a little more than a non stick pizza pan (the kind with holes) of equal size. Like all cast iron, the pan is a bit heavy, so keep that in mind.
Cleans up well- just wipe it out, or follow cast iron cleaning instructions (use a scrubber, or some coarse salt and oil, wipe out, keep dry)
I would like to see slightly longer handles or something different in design. I find that I am touching the pizza dough when I try to grab the pan from the oven with pot holders. It is fine if I am making a smaller pizza, but if I am using up the whole pan, then I am more apt to touch the crust when handling the pan (with pot holders).
I don't take the pizza out of the pan when it is done. I keep the pizza on the pan and cut it on the pan. I found the ridges get a little in my way while trying to slice the pizza. It could be a matter of my having a bad slicer- but the ridges keep me from pressing down hard enough to make up for it.
I haven't tried baking anything else in this pan. I imagine it would do alright with other items that can be baked in a shallow pan. Just remember, as seen in the pictures.. that the pan has ridges inside, so don't bother with cookies or such unless you were to line it with parchment paper or tinfoil first. Bet it would be fine for broiled vegetables, too. And bacon. Bacon would do well on this (and you would be seasoning at same time. Win!)
But right now, it is only used for pizza in our house. Now I need to go make pizza!
Hopefully you found my review helpful. If I learn anything new, I will be back to update. Take care!
- Circular grooves help with sticking
- Pizza crust tastes great
- Handles could be offset more from the base and sides. They're a little low so when you go to grab it, any part of the back of your hand that's exposed is in risk of touching your oven rack.
- Circular groves make it difficult to clean debris out of the pan and the 400 degree limit makes it difficult to char some of the residue.
P.S. Do your self a favor and cook some bacon on it (obviously only rinsing after without soap/scrubbing)
Well, he was sceptical when he opened it. I said give it a try, it has great reviews. He did and he LOVES it! He thought the dough would stick to it but it doesn't. It browns nicely and releases with ease. I heard the same comment from him...The best pizza ever.