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Handy Cooking gadget

Post  toots on 19.01.11 10:15

Hi everyone,

I saw on another forum a good tip for baking pizza chips etc,
It's called a pizza mesh it's reusable non-stick mesh which gives all round crispness to your pizza.
It states on packaging

Allows air to circulate when cooking for perfect pizzas every time

Sits directly on the oven shelf

Gives stability to your pizza when putting in & out of the oven

Withstands temperatures unto 260c/500f

Just wipe clean, wash in warm soapy water or put in the dishwasher

Also freezer proof

You can cook your meat, roast spuds, sausage rolls etc
They also do a one called quickachip tray.

I have just received mine today so will try it out soon

It had very good reviews by other halogen users.

Hopefully no more soggy bottoms on your food.


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Post  junie on 19.01.11 11:18

thank you Toots

Let us know how you get on with it. I actually have one of those cut to fit two oven trays but never thought of using them in my HO as the trays didn't fit my 7 litre one. I'll dig them out for my new 'big' HO. Very Happy

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Post  toots on 19.01.11 13:21

Hi I have just tried out the pizza mesh and it worked beautifully I cooked frozen cocktail sausage rolls and guess what no soggy bottoms, cooked on lower rack 180c for 15 mins , cooked to perfection .

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Pizza Mesh

Post  Admin on 19.01.11 18:35

Thank you for this useful info Toots

I have placed a link here to Amazon shop.

CHIPS / PIZZA MESH



Happy to say , it's not expensive to buy


thank you



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Post  toots on 19.01.11 18:54

Thank you Reeta

I have heard they sell them in the 99p store, but my daughter could not find them in our local ones so I got mine from amazon.

thank you

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Post  ukcarol on 21.01.11 14:25

Hi my Pound Stretcher sells the quickachip tray for £2.99 so bought that today and cut it to fit my 12L HO. I've kept the spare strip for use with small things such as a few chips. Will let you know how I get on.

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Post  Eirian on 21.01.11 15:04

Hi everyone and Hello
I have also used the mesh in my HO.
I bought one at Poundland and the other at Poundworld,I used my rack to cut for size and the other slightly larger so when cooking chips they do not fall down the sides.
I cook most things on it....it is great.


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Re: Handy Cooking gadget

Post  junie on 21.01.11 15:08

Hi Eiran

thank you

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BEWARE OF TEFLON LOAF TINS

Post  clasiechick1 on 24.01.11 2:57

Hi Everyone!

Just thought I would like to tell you, not to bother buying the teflon loaf tin!
I bought one the other day from my poundland. I thought great will do nicely for my new HO.
So I made a cake mixture ( as I usually bake them in a loaf tin, makes easy slicing) put it on the tray in the HO to bake! the cake DID BAKE but the sides of the Teflon loaf tin just pushed out when the cake started to rise, consequently I had a lobsided cake!
I feel sure that this would have happened even if I had used it to put in a bread mixture, as the bread mixture would have been heavier!
I also bought the muffin cases, I have not tried them yet, but hopefully they will work!

I will most certainly be looking out for the mesh trays though!

I will keep you posted on the Muffin Cases!

best wishes clasiechick1 Smile


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