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Baking pizza i cannot find out for how much time and at what temperature should i bake my pizza. i also want to know about which way to use convection, grill or microwave?

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Are you using an 8-Port Ethernet switch to cook your pizza? Because the product description says you are.....


Anyway, if it's a frozen pizza, typical time and temps are 400F for 12 minutes or 450F for 8-10 minutes. If it's a made-grom-scratch pizza, then do 475F for 7-10 minutes. Convection only, never grill or microwave a pizza. Go until cheese is bubbly and golden brown.

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You said, My Maytag ceran oven does not bake evenly. Pizza is gooey in the middle - tonight I tried to bake a fergosa - Italian bread. Same thing. Gooey in the middle. What's up?

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