ProBake Teflon Non-Stick 16″ Pizza Pan ...

January 18, 2020 - Comment

The ProBake Teflon Non-Stick 16” Pizza Pan is made from professional-grade steel that heats evenly to give you the perfect pizza. Each pizza pan is coated with Teflon Xtra non-stick finish, which eliminates the need for cooking spray and makes for easy cleanup. Our corrosion-resistant design and scratch-resistant surface is meant to keep your pizza

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(as of April 19, 2020 9:37 am GMT+0000 - Details)

The Non-Stick 16” Pan is made from professional-grade that heats evenly to give you the pizza. Each pizza pan is coated with non-stick finish, which eliminates the need for spray and makes for cleanup. Our corrosion- design and - surface is meant to keep your pizza pan looking great for years to come. All pans are dishwasher safe and made in the USA.

Product Features

  • NON-STICK FINISH: Teflon Xtra non-stick coating eliminates the need for cooking spray and allows for easy cleanup.
  • QUALITY STEEL CONSTRUCTION: Made from professional weight steel, our ProBake pizza pan heats evenly so your pizza cooks to perfection.
  • SCRATCH-RESISTANT SURFACE: With a scratch-resistant surface, you can safely use metal utensils with this pizza pan.
  • RAISED EDGES: Raised edges keep your pizza from sliding off the pan, and give you a better grip so that you can safely pull it in and out of the .
  • AMERICAN MADE: Our bakeware is proudly made in the USA.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Highly recommend it This is a great pizza pan and I highly recommend it. I have been searching for a decent pizza pan for some time, and I have to say that I never thought a $12.00 pan would do the job. I have purchased the expensive pizza stones such as Pampered chef, but I found that the pizza stones were a pain to work with. This pan is light, the pizza slides off easily, and it makes the crust nice and brown. I either make my dough in a bread maker, or I will buy it for a few dollars at a pizza parlor. For…

Anonymous says:

Don’t plan to use it right away This pan took me more time to clean it and get the stickers and glue off than it takes to bake a pizza. Manufacturers who produce products that are used for cooking and baking should make sure that any stickers they use for product identification or bar code can be easily removed and no residual glue remains. This pan was frustrating from the moment I unpacked it. The sticker would not come off until I soaked the pan and then I had to use Goo gone to get all the glue off. This should not…

Anonymous says:

Would you like some rust with that? Would you like some rust with that?After 8 months of solid use this thing has started developing some serious rust on the underside where it folds inward onto itself because water gets trapped in there and it’s nearly an impossibility to dry it off–not that you should have to manually wipe it dry anyways versus letting it air dry. The problem seems to come from the process in which they machine cut these bad boys. They’re cutting them first, then spraying on whatever the non-stick…

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