Professional Pizza Pans & Stones
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Learn About Professional Pizza Pans & Stones
We offer a wide variety of professional pizza pans, pizza stones and pizza screens to suit your needs. Made of durable aluminum, they’re sure to stand up to wear and tear in your commercial kitchen. We even offer commercial pizza pans with an anodized hard coating that quickly absorbs heat for fast cooking.
We carry both perforated and solid pizza pans. Perforated pans allow better air circulation for crispier crust. Most pans are stackable, so you can save space in your back-of-house area. We have round, square and rectangular pizza pans. We even have deep dish pizza pans to create that signature Chicago pie. From brands like American Metalcraft, Browne and Rabco, we have a variety of sizes and styles to make sure you find the pizza pan that meets the demands of your business.
Have more pizza pans than you can carry? A pizza pan storage rack provides safe and sanitary storage. Include other essential pizza supplies like serving trays, pizza cutters, rolling pins and pizza peels.
For more information, check out our Commercial Pizza Pan Buying Guide!
Professional Pizza Pans & Stones FAQ
Do pizza screens need to be seasoned?
Yes, for proper release of the cooked pizza it is recommended to season the pizza screen first. This simply means brushing or spraying the washed and dried pizza screen with oil and baking for 15-20 minutes.
What is a pizza screen for?
A pizza screen gives pizzas a crispy crust and decreases the amount of time they take to cook/bake.
What is the proper way to use a pizza stone?
Preheat oven for about 30 minutes with the pizza stone already inside the oven on the lowest rack. Prepare your pizza using room temperature dough on a pizza peel and transfer to preheated pizza stone - watch the time, your pizza will cook fast! Use a pizza peel to remove the pizza - leave the pizza stone in the oven to cool down.
Which pan is best for pizza?
Depends on what type of pizza you prefer! A regular pizza pan (also called a coupe pizza pan) is a great option for an all-purpose pizza pan. For crispy crusts and thin crust pizzas use pizza screens or perforated pizza pans. For deep dish pizzas use deep dish pizza pan or Detroit-style pizza pans.