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Cuisinart AMB-14PP Chef's Classic Nonstick Bakeware 14-Inch Pizza Pan
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- 14-inch pizza pan with perforated surface for crisping crust
- Heavy gauge aluminized steel construction for even heating
- Nonstick interior and exterior for easy food release and cleanup
- Thick rolled edges to prevent warping
- Dishwasher-safe; lifetime limited warranty
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Cuisinart Chef's Classic Non-Stick Bakeware is ideal for today's cooks. The full line is constructed of heavy gauge aluminized steel to provide even heat distribution and consistent baking results. The nonstick interior and exterior ensure easy food release and cleanup, and extra-thick rolled edges prevent warping. The entire line is dishwasher safe. Cuisinart quality promises you a lifetime of great performance, whatever the baking task!
Top Customer Reviews
I only use this pan to make pizza with fresh, hand-made dough. For those having problems with the holes in the pan, I recommend rolling the dough on the counter and once you've stretched it to the size of the pan, lay the dough on the pan. If you roll the dough directly on the pan, it will press through the holes.
I've had this for almost four years, making around one pizza a month and it still performs as-new.
This means if you make your own dough, it is not a good idea to try to roll it out and spread it right in the pan. You should roll the dough out to the right size to begin with, and then transfer it to the pan and lightly press on the edges to make it fill the whole pan. If you try to roll it out in the pan, the dough will likely squish through the holes and possibly even stick to your countertop. This isn't the end of the world, but it can be a little annoying.
Otherwise, this pan works great - crust comes out nice and crispy, without needing to add any oil.
As other reviewers have pointed out, you won't want to be using a metal pizza cutter on this pan, but again, not a big deal - just transfer to a cutting board, cut it up, and then slide it back onto the pizza pan.
I have two of these pans, and I get rave reviews on the crust whenever guests try my pizza.
Another note - this pan works great for toasting garlic-cheese bread. Because it has holes, the bottom of the bread gets nice and crispy too. I used to put the bread right on the oven rack, but then crumbs get all over the place.