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Offline johnnytuinals

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Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« on: November 13, 2008, 08:16:24 PM »
I am wondering if the USED pizza hut 12 inch Black pans with holes on bottom that they sell on
ebay are any better then the ones they sell at stores without the holes???
I have 7 inch pans and they are too small and the 16 inch pan is too big that I bought from my local store.
Does the pizza hut pans make a better pizza?????JT
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Re: Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2008, 09:18:27 PM »
Johnny ,
I have 2 of  the 9" metal pans made by allied metals, pricey but non stick and will probably outlast my pizza making days. 1 person would have a hard time killing this baby.  ;)
really nice pans and you can order any size and depth you want at alliedmetals.com I do a touch of olive oil more for flavor but nothing has ever stuck to these bad boys. Check out my chicago deep dish, made with these pans, (oven was still a bit hot,but tasted soo good! ) or pan pizza. Believe me I am a big ebay fan, buy and sell alot, but not sure on the perforated p-hut pizza pans? whats the item #? Is that what they use? guess I better go and have a look I love the meat lovers but its been a while.
JC
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Re: Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« Reply #2 on: November 13, 2008, 09:53:09 PM »
Yummmmmmm
That pizza looks good.
The pans I was checking out on ebay,the had many holes on the bottom on the pan.
I don't know if the holes on the bottom means much?
I have a 16 inch and 7 inch pans,they are too big or too small...
I think a 12 ???...........
Wondering if the holes on the botton of the pan means anything????
They say that the Pizza hut pans have to be cleaned better when you buy them from ebay,I am sure its not big of a deal if it makes a better pizza
Thanks JT

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Re: Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« Reply #3 on: November 13, 2008, 10:12:15 PM »
JT ,
How do you get a uniform cooking on the bottom with a measeles type of look if the pan has wholes in it? I have one of these  wholly pans but I use it for cooling and plating so the steam and heat can get out out. maybe good for a chefboyardee pie with a few spins?
JC
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Re: Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« Reply #4 on: November 13, 2008, 10:48:52 PM »
Gezzzzz and I just bought Three 12 inch pizza hut pans on ebay...
They are Pizza hut pans with holes on the bottom...Need a cleaniing I guess
I am not sure if it makes a differance but I feel why not check it out.......
Now I need a great sauce??????
I have the chesse but the sauce is the problem lol....JT :chef:

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Re: Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« Reply #5 on: November 18, 2008, 03:24:28 PM »
It is my understanding that Pizza Hut uses alot of oil in the pan when making their deep dish pizzas.   With holes in the bottom of the pans, the oil would leak all over the oven.  So I wonder if these really are previously used Pizza Hut pans. I don't know many people who make deep dish pizzas using pans with holes in them.

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Re: Pizza Hut Deep Dish Pizza Pans with Holes on bottom
« Reply #6 on: November 18, 2008, 08:34:37 PM »
Think they say pizza hut on the bottom of pan.
But as to the oil,I am sure there might be some sort of a oil or something so the pizza will
not stick....
Other then that I hope you are wrong because then I would be screwing uo my pizza stone lol...Jt


 

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