13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!
13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!
13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!
13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!
13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!
13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!

13-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel - See Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!

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13.4-inch PIZZA PAN Commercial Stainless Steel

You will reach for your high-quality Health Craft 13.4inch commercial stainless-steel bakeware again and again! With stainless steel the oven does the baking, not your pan—so you can get professional results every time.

We challenged the industry standard aluminum and opted instead for commercial stainless-steel because of its ability to optimize indirect heat to bake rather than cook in the oven. The result is food that is baked more evenly and is less likely to burn. The classic design of this bake ware collection is the perfect complement to the Health Craft line of cookware products. 

Exclusive Features

  • Easy release of foods
  • Bakes evenly, avoids burning.
  • No toxic coating to peel or scratch off.
  • Reinforced rim allows for easier grasping.
  • Attractive and durable brushed stainless-steel finish
  • Commercial stainless steel will not react with food easy to clean.
  • Baking pans with lids are made of food-grade BPH Free plastic.
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup (Lid is recommended to hand washing)
  • Unlike glass and ceramic stainless steel is unbreakable and lasts a lifetime.
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty - Imported
  • Dimensions: 13.4-inches round

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Best Pizza Dough Recipe Ever!

The KEY to excellent PIZZA dough is using filtered water rich in minerals. Chloramine (compounds of chlorine and ammonia) found in tap and bottled water will prevent the yeast from reproducing, bubbling, and rising.

EQUIPMENT: KitchenAid Mixer with Dough Hook, measuring cup and spoons, 13-inch stainless steel pizza pan (or bigger), food mill, thermometer. 

Dough Ingredients

  • 3 lbs. 00 flour* Double Zero Flour (About 10 level cups)
  • 2 teaspoons salt
  • 2 cups 110F filtered water (any hotter it may kill the yeast)
  • Quick-rising yeast (1 small packages)
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 cup Olive oil or Canola oil


  • In the mixer bowl combine flour and salt, mix well.
  • In the measuring cup, combine warm water (110ᵒF) with yeast, sugar, and oil, mix well and set aside to activate the yeast, 5 to 10 minutes.
    • Note: Yeast activates at 100 to 110ᵒ Temperatures above 130 to 140ᵒF will kill the yeast.
  • Turn mixer on low speed.
  • To the flour mixture, add the warm liquid 1 or 2 tablespoons at a time.
  • Mix until the dough forms a ball, then process for 1 minute to knead.
    • Note: you may have to add up to another 1/4 cup warm water to form the dough. 
  • If mixing dough by hand, stir together in a bowl until the dough comes together, and kneed on a countertop.
  • Dough should be firm and not too wet.
  • Transfer the dough to a lightly floured surface. Cover with plastic wrap and let rest for 10 to 15 minutes, then knead again by hand.
  • Cover and let rise another hour or so before cutting to desired size.
  • Cut into 4 or 5 equal pieces for a 10 to 13-inch thin crust pie.
  • Ball each piece of dough and place in a lightly oiled covered bowl.
  • Refrigerate the dough and let rise again. Preferably overnight.
  • Take the dough out of the refrigerator and allow it to reach room temperature. (2 to 3 hours).
  • Preheat oven to 550ᵒF degrees for at least one hour before baking.
  • Roll out the dough for a thin crust or stretch it for a “New York” style crust.
  • Add tomato sauce. It will cook on the pizza pie.
  • Sprinkle with a mixture
    • Dry oregano
    • Garlic powder
    • Onion powder
    • Salt and pepper (optional)
  • Add your favorite toppings (under or over the sauce) and cook until the bottom is golden, and the top is bubbling.

Note: When using abundant toppings, you may want to start cooking in a pizza pan, then transfer to the stone when the toppings begin to cook.

  • Place on a pizza peel sprinkled with a flour and cornmeal mixture.
    • NOTE: A Pizza Peel is a tool you use to place in a Pizza Oven or on a Pizza Stone in the oven without spilling any of the ingredients off the top of your pizza.
  • Top with your favorite toppings, mozzarella cheese, peperoni, sausage, sliced peppers and or onions. Whatever you like, BUT NO FREAKIN’ PINEAPPLE!

The Sauce 

  • 2 cans San Marzano Peeled Plum tomatoes 28 ounces each. You will need about 1½ cups of sauce per pizza. Run tomatoes thru a ricer, food mill to remove the bitter seeds, or remove the seeds by hand with a spoon.

Add any combinations of the following and sprinkle on the pizza while building the pie.

  • Dry oregano
  • Garlic powder
  • Onion powder
  • Salt and black pepper (optional)
  • Desired toppings
  • Sprinkle with olive oil and bake

What is “Double Zero” Flour?

In Italy and other European countries, flour classification is based on how finely ground the flour is and how much of the germ and bran removed. The Italian grading system includes 2, 1, 0 and 00. Double zero (doppio), is the most refined. The texture is silky soft, similar to baby powder. Double Zero flour is for oven temperatures of 450-500°F.

Removing the bitter seeds from canned tomatoes is an uncomplicated process. You can accomplish this with a food mill. If you do not have a food mill all you will need is a sieve, bowl, and a spoon

  1. To drain off the juice, place the sieve over the bowl and pour the tomatoes into the sieve. Reserve the excess liquid for other applications.
  2. With your hands, break the tomatoes open exposing the seeds and remove by scraping with a spoon.
  3. To separate this additional liquid from the seeds, pour it through the sieve again and discard the seeds.
  4. Reserve the liquid as you may need to use it in the tomato sauce.
  5. Process the tomato pulp in a food processor until smooth and silky.