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Offline MikesPizzaTX

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Re: "Detroit Style" - Buddy's or Shield's
« Reply #680 on: October 10, 2018, 02:30:18 PM »
Restaurant Equippers in Southfield Michigan sells steel Detroit Style Pizza Pans that are hands down the best. 8X10 costs $12 and 10X14 costs $12.50. They are unseasoned so you need give a few coats of Crisco before using them and you can never -- NEVER -- get them wet, but treat them right and they will make your dinner into a little slice of heaven.


https://www.equippers.com/detroit-style-8-x-10-rectangular-steel-pizza-pan/1212332.asp

https://www.equippers.com/detroit-style-10-x-14-rectangular-steel-pizza-pan/1212325.asp

Hey there, I just ordered two of these pans and can't wait to give them a try, question for you; how do you go about cleaning them if you can't get them wet?  I plan to season with Grape Seed oil when they arrive, maybe a thin coat, into the oven, another thin coat, into the oven, and then it's time to bake!  What do you think?

Offline MikesPizzaTX

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Re: "Detroit Style" - Buddy's or Shield's
« Reply #681 on: October 10, 2018, 02:31:31 PM »
I tried using one of those porcelain enamel coated steel lasagna pans, and it worked well except the bottom stuck somewhat and I had to chisel it out with a spatula. Otherwise it came out nice and crispy.

Pretty much what I went through as well, had to chisel it out and it was good but certainly was not able to set on a rack and cut into squares.  Oh well, half the fun is wine and practice!  :)

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