Cuisinart CPS-113 Alfrescamore Ceramic Glazed ...

March 9, 2020 - Comment

Enjoy perfectly baked pizza every time with Cuisinart’s Ceramic Glazed Pizza Stone. This ceramic glazed cordierite stone will not crack in extreme heat or cold, similar to the traditional cordierite pizza stone and also has added benefits. Now, you will be able to cut your pizza directly on the stone and then toss it straight

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Enjoy perfectly baked every time with ’s Pizza . This ceramic glazed cordierite will not crack in extreme heat or cold, similar to the traditional cordierite pizza and also has added benefits. Now, you will be able to cut your pizza directly on the and then toss it straight into the dishwasher. With fewer dirty dishes and a quick and easy cleanup, this ceramic glazed is the perfect addition to the at-home pizza making experience. And don’t limit yourself to pizza. This is also perfect for baking calzones, breads, desserts and much more. Features: 18″ length|Palm stalk fiber bristles|Rubber grip| scraper

Product Features

  • 13″ diameter, 3/8″ thick stone heats evenly
  • Cordierite stone composition withstands thermal shock and higher heat better than other materials
  • Can be used on any grill
  • Able to cut directly on stone
  • Dishwasher safe

Comments

Anonymous says:

A great stone for home pizza makers A very nice ceramic pizza stone. It has a nice easy-to-clean finish and holds up well to 500 degree Fahrenheit heat in a home oven. Some pizza books now recommend a steel pizza stone, but this Cuisinart item serves the purpose well without the excess weight of a steel plate. I recommend it for both its pizza baking quality and for its ease in cleaning.

Anonymous says:

Stone broke in half. Very fragile! Worked well the few times I used it before it broke. Granted, the tone is ceramic, but I expected more durability from it. Mine broke in two after setting it down a bit too hard, I guess. IMO, it should be thicker than 3/8″. The replacement I ordered different brand) is 1/2″, so hoping for more durability and most likely – better heat distribution. Also, even though this one had the glazed coating, I found it just as difficult to clean as a non-glazed stone. Better off just using parchment…

Anonymous says:

Great cleanup, mediocre cooking/ While the glazing is wonderful for cleanup, it seems to affect cooking.Natural (unglazed) pizza stones do a better job of cooking the doughunder the pie, giving a crisper bottom to the pie.This stone has failed to do so fairly consistently, in an oven. In directcomparison, the un-glazed stone does the job much better. I’ll deal withcleaning it.

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