EXO Polymer Sealed Super Peel Pizza Peel
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- Completely eliminates the hassles of picking up and transferring just about any tricky, sticky or delicate dough. No more sliding, shoving and hoping, with tons of flour or cornmeal! Super Peel gently lifts and sets your pizza and breads right on the spot you want.
- New! Food Safe Polymer Seal Coated for even better function and easier care!
- Rated by Cook's Illustrated and America's Test Kitchen- Watch ATK TV Review at americastestkitchen.com - Season 14 Episode 1404.
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- Also, use to easily lift and transfer other things like Pastry dough, Pie Crusts, Cake Layers, etc. Gluten-Free? Super Peel will put you back in the baking business again!
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|Color||Ash||Silver||aluminum cherry||Brown||White||Wood Grain|
|Item Dimensions||14 x 24 x 0.5 in||14 x 28 x 1.25 in||16 x 26 x 0.5 in||10 x 18 x 0.5 in||14 x 4 x 0.5 in||14 x 0.5 x 14 in|
|Material Type||—||aluminum||Aluminum||Bamboo Wood||Other||Wood|
High quality 100% made in USA in Solid White Ash, NOW protected with a food safe polymer (Behlen Salad Bowl Finish), which dramatically improves sliding function and reduces care. Super Peel's unique and easy to use conveyor belt design provides unparalleled and non-stick pick-up and transfer for all baking activities. Make your Perfect Pizza, pick it up, and set it gently on your stone or steel - No sliding, which is where it can all go wrong!
Top Customer Reviews
Well, dry your eyes, pizza lovers; the Super Peel has got you covered. I've watched a few videos on YouTube, and I didn't really get it. I said to myself, "What's the big deal? Is it really so hard to move -that- pizza? What about the pizzas -I'm- trying to move, that get so tacky and messy so easily? Surely this won't help, right?" Well, let me tell you - I. Was. Wrong.
The Super Peel has changed my whole kitchen experience. It's SO easy to use, and it's a good size for the pizzas I make, fitting them perfectly. A simple gesture, and I've got my pizza, in the perfect shape, onto the peel, and, in another gesture, it's perfectly onto my pizza stone. No mess, no stress! When I'm making multiples (a common occurrence; pizza is always a party pleaser at my house), I simply Super Peel the finished pie off the stone, close up the oven, set my finished pie down, pick up the next, open the oven, slide the next pie in, and close 'er up again while it bakes. The fast transfer time helps a TON; you lose a lot of heat as your oven is opened, and that means less-perfect pizza!
I know it seems like a lot to spend on something to make pizza night easier, but imagine this: if you've ever lost a pizza, or barely saved a pizza and ended up baking some sloppy mess of dough and toppings, you've lost somewhere between $6.00~$16.00 dollars, nevermind the less-than-enjoyable dining experience or the time needed for clean-up. 4 lost pizzas or 4 extra-messy, unsatisfying pizzas, and you could've already bought your Super Peel to avoid it. Buying this is a quality-of-life purchase. That it has applications outside of pizza is just a bonus; try making perfect pie crusts and other treats with your Super Peel!
The only thing I wish is that they made a slightly smaller peel. I tend to cook pizza in my countertop Smart oven which is just one inch too narrow to slide the peel into.
Think of it as a conveyer belt for transferring a raw pizza onto a hot pizza stone. It is a little tricky to use - not nearly as easy as the youtube videos make it seem. Proper usage does require some relatively high-level comprehension of three-dimensional geometry to figure out how to put together the cloth on the peel with all of the plastic pieces, and where to push and pull to get it to do what you want. I still have not quite gotten the hang of getting a fully loaded pizza onto the cloth, so I cheat by building my pizza directly on the cloth and then use the cloth and peel to slide the pizza onto the hot pizza stone. It works pretty well that way. Definitely better and cleaner than my usual herky-jerky, corn-flour-all-over-the-place, method. My wife would give it 5 stars for that reason.
Some suggestions for improvements: the plastic pieces are difficult to put together. are they really necessary? make the length a little longer than a normal pizza peel because i often "run out of space" on the conveyer belt when I don't get a perfect lift-off.