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Offline wayner

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Breville Pizzaiola
« on: November 29, 2020, 06:46:43 PM »
Hi, I am brand new here.  I just bought a Pizzaiola and I read the instructions and went to sesason the pizza pan.

I followed the instructions exactly and I think I may have ruined the pan.

It says to rub a small amount of oil in the pan, and put the pan in the oven at 750F for ten minutes, take the pan out, put more oil in and put it back in the oven.

When I put oil into the hot pan, the oil wouldn't spread, it stayed in drops.  I put it back into the oven and after ten minutes the oil drops are burnt into the surface and the surface is now pebbled.  I may be able to get it out with a very abrasive scraper, but is that wise.

Are you supposed to put the oil onto the pan when it is still hot, or should you wait for the pan to cool?

I will call Breville's support line tomorrow to see what they say.

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Re: Breville Pizzaiola
« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2020, 07:03:08 PM »
I think it is almost impossible to ruin the pan
Scrub it clean, and start all over.
Next time, put the oil on a wad of paper towel and spread it around more or less evenly

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Re: Breville Pizzaiola
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2020, 07:10:16 PM »
Ok, I will try to clean it with steel wool or a copper scrubber.

That's what I did when the pan was cold.   I tried to spread it for the second time, when it was hot.  But it wouldn't spread.

My pan almost seems like it has a non-stick coating even before seasoning.  Is that the way they are supposed to be?

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