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Pizza dough sticks like glue on my Hamilton Beach pizza stone

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There are about three things you might consider.
First, you can sprinkle corn meal lightly on the stone and this will help prevent your pizza dough from sticking.
If you're already doing this, you might try spraying with a pan coating before you sprinkle the corn meal on the stone.
Additionally, most of these stones require "seasoning" which is done by rubbing the stone lightly with vegetable oil and placing into the oven at about 300 degrees. Let it heat until the oil starts to smoke. Turn off the oven and let the stone remain in there until it cools. DO NOT WASH IN SOAP AND WATER.Just use a damp cloth to clean.
I hope one of these suggestions help. If they do, please come back to Fixya and rate my advice.

Posted on Aug 14, 2011

  • deanna reifsnyder
    deanna reifsnyder Mar 15, 2014

    It would REALLY be nice to have this information on the box the stone comes in! I just wasted almost 9 dollars worth of pizza toppings, only to have to throw the pizza in the garbage!!!!

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