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A pizza peel is a shovel-like tool used by bakers to slide loaves of bread, pizzas, pastries, and other baked goods into and out of an oven. It is usually made of wood, with a flat carrying surface (like a shovel’s blade) for holding the baked good and a handle extending from one side of

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A is a shovel-like tool used by bakers to slide loaves of bread, pizzas, pastries, and other baked goods into and out of an . It is usually made of , with a flat carrying surface (like a shovel’s blade) for holding the baked good and a extending from one side of that surface. Alternatively, the carrying surface may be made of sheet metal, which is attached to a wooden . The word presumably derives from the French pelle, which describes both a and a shovel. There are peels of many sizes, with the length of the handle suited to the depth of the oven, and the size of the carrying surface suited to the size of the food it is meant to carry (for instance, slightly larger than the diameter of a ).

Product Features

  • Head with a Wooden Handle all Made in the USA
  • Transfer pizzas, delicate breads, pastries, into an oven where transferring them directly by hand could deform their delicate structure
  • Peels allow food to be placed further back in an oven than could normally be reached by the baker
  • Keep the baker’s hands out of the hottest part of an oven, or prevent the baker from burning their hands on the hot baked goods
  • Prior to use, peels are often sprinkled with flour, cornmeal, or milled wheat bran, to allow baked goods to easily slide onto and off them

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent Pizza Peel!! Previously, I had been using the thicker wooden peels, but getting the pizza in or out of the oven was tricky and often damaged the pizza. I bought this aluminum peel because it is larger and thinner than a normal wooden peel.I love this pizza peel! It works so well with moving the pizza in or out of the oven. It slides right under the pizza with minor effort, and slides right off when needed. I am very happy with this purchase. I have used this peel at least 10 times since I…

Anonymous says:

Good, budget priced metal pizza peel Being my first pizza peel I wasn’t sure what to expect. The internet is right. The metal peels are easy to remove pizza from a stone. But, you gotta be careful about the wet dough sticking when putting the pizza on the stone. I went way to slow and didn’t keep shaking the peel while building the pizza. The pizza got stuck many times.The peel itself does not fold down to a smaller size. I have the storage space in my kitchen for it. However, I can imagine some kitchens having…

Anonymous says:

Cheap, but consider the cons For the price, what the heck it’s not a terribly bad deal. The biggest con is that your raw pizza dough sticks to it. As a joke I tipped the peel sideways and my dough clung to it and only started to come off by slowly tearing leaving remnants of the dough to the peel. So, if you want to use this peel you must use cornmeal on the bottom of your pizza dough. Lightly dusting it with flour will not work, you need too much flour for it to work. The takeaway is if you want to use this peel then…

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