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14" Round Baking Steel
  • 14" Round Baking Steel
  • 14" Square Pizza Stone
  • 22" Rectangular Baking Steel
  • 2 Pizzas Cooking on a 22" Rectangular Pizza Steel
  • Baking Pizza on a 14" Round Pizza Steel
  • Baking Multiple Bread Loafs on a 22" Rectangular Baking Steel
  • Steel Baking Plate in Packaging
SKU: PC0307

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Baking steels conduct heat better than a pizza stone, stores more heat per unit volume, and stabilizes at a lower temperature. In a 500°F oven, a baking steel will stabilize at around 450°F due to the steel's radiative properties. It gives constant heat even as it absorbs it, causing it to stabilize at a temperature that's slightly cooler than the air around it. Even though the steel is cooler than a stone, it is far superior at transferring energy to whatever is placed on top of it.

Pizzacraft Baking Steels are pre-seasoned with vegetable oil. Seasoning helps to condition the steel and prevents food from sticking to it.

*Pizza steels are intended for oven use. Only use indirect heat if using on a grill. Do not turn burners on directly under the steel.

Weight Round: 6.2 lbs.
Square: 7.7 lbs.
Rectangular: 12 lbs.
Dimensions Round: 14" x 14" x 0.14"
Square: 14" x 14" x 0.14"
Rectangular: 22" x 14" x 0.14"
Material Steel

Cooking with a Baking Steel

  • Steel and Stone: Place a steel baking plate with pizza on it on the bottom oven rack while positioning a pizza stone on the top rack a few inches above to achieve perfectly crisp crust. Radiant heat from the stone will help to brown the top crust and cook the toppings like the elevated ambient heat of a pizza oven.
  • Steel and Broiler: Place pizza steel on a rack positioned directly below the broiler of your oven. The pizza steel will achieve a perfectly crisp crust, while direct heat from the broiler will brown the top crust and cook the toppings.

For a more detailed explanation of cooking with a baking steel, hop on over to our blog post!