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how to easily slide pizza dough from metal peel to the stone without sticking

asked by Nancy Caccioppo over 1 year ago

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ecebitto
added over 1 year ago

Many congratulations

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Matti Neustadt Storie
added over 1 year ago

Cornmeal.
If cornmeal doesn't work, make the pizza on parchment and slide the entire parchment on to the stone.

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Nancy Caccioppo
added over 1 year ago

Parchment paper it is, I've already tried corn meal

Nancy Caccioppo
added over 1 year ago

forgive me, thank you

Kaitlin Bray
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added over 1 year ago

I've the most success with a light dusting of semolina flour on the pizza peel. I also, work as fast as I can to minimize time it has to stick, and go easy on the toppings to avoid weighing it down. If I don't have semolina I usually start it on parchment and then about half way through slide it off, to crisp up the undercarriage a bit! Good luck!

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