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Frozen pizza on stone

DebbieJ

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Oct 6, 2005
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I don't cook my pizzas on a stone, so I have no idea on this. A customer emailed me "When I make pizza on it, the crust is not hard. Why is that?"

Any ideas? This is frozen pizzas she's talking about.
 

ChefBeckyD

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Sep 20, 2005
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Maybe she doesn't realize that the crust isn't supposed to be hard? :D

I don't have any problem with pizzas that are supposed to have a thin and crispy crust not being thin and crispy, but if it's a thicker crust pizza, it's a softer crust. More chewy....like good pizza crust should be.
 

MLinAZ

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May 7, 2009
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A customer of mine said the same thing. I never thought about the crust not SUPPOSED to be crispy LOL
 

robochick84

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Sep 3, 2009
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We tend to only eat pizza's that are thin and crispy, but they come out "hard" for how I would interpret it. Cooking times can be tough, and my mom has a hard time with that.

When I make bar pan pizza's with thick and fluffy crusts, they don't come out hard - but they aren't supposed to either. I sometimes have trouble even getting those crusts to cook at all.
 

ChefPaulaB

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May 19, 2008
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We used to have problems with the crust just not getting cooked enough (still a little doughy), now we always put it on the lowest rack and maybe add a couple extra minutes to the cooking time to let the stone heat up more... We never make pizza (frozen or otherwise) on anything but a stone!
 

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