How to cook pizza using a pizza stone and a BBQ

Using your BBQ is a clever way to cook a delicious pizza. The team at BBQ Buddy share why the pizza stone stand is the perfect addition to any pizza lover's kitchen.

The BBQ Buddy pizza stone stand

Pizza nights are a sure-fire way to bring family and friends together. The BBQ Buddy pizza stone stand will be a great conversation starter as it’s a convenient way to make pizza in your hooded BBQ that not many people know about. For your convenience, it also includes a cutter to get the perfect slice every time.

What’s it made of?

The pizza stone is made from a high-quality cordierite and measures 33cm in diameter. The stone provides even heat distribution and absorbs moisture, giving you a perfect, crisp base every time.

In addition to baking pizzas, it can also be used for breads, pastries and cookies

How should it be used?

Pizza stones need to be gradually warmed otherwise the surface will crack. Never place the pizza stone onto a hot surface. Gradually heat the stone up together with the BBQ. You can also cut up a BBQ Buddy hot plate liner to size and place it underneath the pizza base to prevent the dough from sticking. The liner should be removed 5-10 minutes before the pizza is cooked to ensure the base becomes crispy.

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Health & Safety

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