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Pietra da forno in ghisa 27cm nero

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Product code STONE

The traditional way of cooking bread based foods, scones and biscuits. The stone is made from cast...

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Description

The traditional way of cooking bread based foods, scones and biscuits. The stone is made from cast iron allowing it to absorb moisture while cooking to create a perfect base every time. It also reduces hot spots to cook the food evenly wherever it is placed on the stone. With a integral handle for easy handling.

Specifications

Size: 27cm (10½")
Display boxed

Features & Benefits

  • To clean wipe the stone with oil and cover with paper tissue to prevent rust
  • 12 month guarantee
  • Suitable for all hobs

Reviews

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Overall Rating: 5/5

Hi, my partner has just bought one of these for me but I can’t see anywhere on the packaging, downloadable guide or on your website, if it can be used on a ceramic electric hob? I don’t want to open it to check for an instruction leaflet inside because I won’t be able to return it if it’s open.

Posted by Zoe (2nd March 2020)

Hey Zoe,

You can use this product on all hobs! We advise to take extra care and not drop or drag the stone across the surface.

Many thanks,

Tom

Reply from KitchenCraft (5th March 2020)

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Overall Rating: 4/5

What amount of sugar are you meant to use to make the pancakes - the recipe on the back of the packaging doesn't contain the quantity of sugar

Posted by A M (1st March 2015)

Hi!

With traditional pancakes you do not not use any sugar until after the pancakes are made to taste. The amount of sugar used is entirely up to you and is as per your personal preference!

Thanks,

KC

Reply from KitchenCraft (2nd March 2015)

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Overall Rating: 5/5

I have had this product for a year and have used it to make cakes and flat breads with 100% success. It works on electric, gas and open fire cooking, but cannot be sustended and must sit on the hob or fire. Cooks cool, holds heat very well but take care to cool it down fully before cleaning and storing. This is my favorite baking stone.

Posted by Paul Pursglove (19th October 2013)

Hi Paul,
thanks for your feedback, we're pleased to hear your happy with our baking stone and you get a lot of use out of it.

Reply from KitchenCraft (21st October 2013)