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Cooking pizza?

Post  Nanan on 20.03.12 11:05

Hiya, I'm cooking a pizza for mine and my friends dinner, I've been reading up about it but it seems a bit complicated, what with "soggy bottoms" and using foil and extender rings..
I thought this HO cooking was supposed to make life a bit easier... Rolling Eyes

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Post  junie on 20.03.12 17:50

Hi Nanan

It's not complicated, it's simply the experience of other members helping to get the best results. The problem is that the heat comes from the top with your HO and the bottom of the pizza needs a bit of help to catch up.

I guess everything is easy when you get used to it lol!

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Post  Nanan on 22.03.12 9:43

Thanks junie, it must be me tablets confusing me

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Post  junie on 22.03.12 15:07

you\'re welcome Nanan lol!

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Post  Badputter on 06.04.12 17:34

My first stupid question being new to halogen ovens how do I get heat to thee bottom if pizza as selle as thé top

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Post  junie on 07.04.12 14:28

Hi Sparky

Here is a reply already posted about this. It also helps to line the bottom of the oven with foil or place a metal baking tray in the bottom to reflect the heat back up.

http://halogenovenrecipes.forumotion.com/t1611-soggy-pizza#5697

You can easily find previous answers to posts by typing the subject into the search box Smile

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Post  HermitChef on 27.04.12 11:42

I noticed the mention of a pizza mesh. Would the steam tray, which may not be as big as the mesh, do a similar job? I like the idea of using foil in the base to reflect heat.

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Post  junie on 27.04.12 14:07

I haven't tried it but it has to be better than a solid tray, HermitChef. Let us know how it works out if you try it.

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Post  ozziejude on 27.04.12 20:30

This might help.
When I cook bread rolls, I put a metal tray on the rack, while the oven is heating up, then place my tray with the bread rolls onto the hot tray, I find it browns the bottoms of the rolls.
Maybe this will help with pizza.
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