Baking stone for XLarge
Baking Stone

£ 53

Baking stone for XLarge

£ 53

Baking Stone

Crisp, flaky pastry. Perfect pizza crusts. If you're looking to bake to perfection, you need the perfect baking stone.

Code: ACS420

The Secret to the Perfect Pizza

Not only does our ceramic Baking Stone conduct and retain heat efficiently, it also acts like a sponge, drawing moisture out of your dough and leaving you with a perfectly crisp base.

Classic Margherita Pizza Recipe

Baking stones aren't just for baking

Our ceramic baking stones do more than just guarantee authentic tasting pizza. You can caramelise meat and fish, and grill vegetables, whilst letting your favourite sauce bubble away on the side.

Baking stone for searing

FAQs

Setting up for an indirect cook couldn't be easier. Simply light your EGG, then when you would usually close the lid, simply add in your ConvEGGtor first. We typically place the legs facing up with a stainless steel grid on top. If you're roasting, consider placing a drip pan underneath your grid to A) catch all the delicious juices, and B) stop your ConvEGGtor getting dirty.

Maintaining the Big Green Egg's temperature is easy. Simply close the rEGGulator Cap and the bottom vent slightly to reduce the temperature, or open them slightly to increase the temperature. Make sure you make only very small adjustments, as even a few millimetres can make a big difference to your temp. You'll get used to how it works in no time.

Often, the biggest cause of a Big Green Egg not heating up properly is that there's a blockage somewhere in the firebowl. Rake through your coals with an ash tool, and you should fix this problem in no time. It's also worth consulting our beginner's lighting guide to ensure you're starting your Big Green Egg correctly. Lastly, make sure you're cooking with the lid down; the EGG's ceramics play a huge part in its heat retention. If you're looking, you're not cooking!

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