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Paul Hollywood Non-Stick Perforated Crisping Tray

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Product code PHHB103

Very few things beat the satisfaction you get from baking at home. Well, apart from tasting your fresh...

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Description

Very few things beat the satisfaction you get from baking at home. Well, apart from tasting your fresh bakes, of course! The crisp, flaky crust of a croissant. The crunchy kick of ginger nut biscuits. The golden brown crust of a classic white cob. Perfection!
Now, with a little help from Paul Hollywood, it's easy to achieve those beautiful crispy and crunchy textures with every bake. He's partnered with KitchenCraft to create this 43 x 33 cm (17" x 13") crisping tray.

With its sturdy carbon steel construction, it’s designed to be really durable, so there’s no warping or corrosion. But the really clever part is its all-over aerating holes. They allow the heat from your oven to circulate more evenly. The result? Cookies, croissants and free-baked loaves that are crispy in all the right places (and taste delicious!).
And with two layers of Paul’s unique champagne-coloured non-stick coating, your bakes release quickly, easily and in perfect shape

Baking and food prep made easy – a range designed, tested and loved by Paul Hollywood.

Specifications

Size: 43cm x 33cm / 17" x 13"
Sleeved

Features

Fridge, freezer and dishwasher safe
100% PFOA, PTFE and BPA-free
20 year guarantee

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Overall Rating: 3/5

Purchased summer 2016 used weekly for sourdough bread baking very successfully. Decided on this system over baking stone as this tray doesn't require preheating. You do have to be careful not to tip the tray as you take your finished baked goods from the oven to the worktop e.g. biscuits. I have loved this tray but have found that the non stick covering is wearing off and last night found to my horror the underside of my bread had baked-on champagne coloured non-stick baking tray deposit?

Posted by Julia Barker (17th May 2017)