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Fall in Love with Your Baking Stone

Have a baking stone collecting dust in the cupboard? Here’s why you should break it out…and break it in!

Some kitchen gear and gadgets come and go in terms of popularity. For that reason, I always cringe a little when someone says that you absolutely “need” something. But, I am going to do it anyway, and I swear it’s worth it!

If you enjoy baking–particularly breads, pizzas and such–then you will adore baking on a baking stone. You absolutely need one! In my defense, the baking stone is something that’s been around for awhile. It’s not just a trendy gadget. Why don't you get yours out and use it?

Baking Stone Calzone

There are two big reasons why I love my baking stone:

  1. It cooks evenly. When preheated properly (for at least 30 minutes at 400 or more degrees F, depending on what the recipe calls for), the baking stone is like an extension of the oven.

  2. It creates irresistible crusts. Whether you are making rolls, bread, pizza or something else, baking on a well-heated pizza stone gives baked goods a crunchy crust that gives way to a soft, airy inside.

I use my baking stone most often for homemade pizza. But it’s also great for breads, rolls, breadsticks, calzones and so much more. Even if you don’t make the dough yourself, try cooking on a baking stone anyway. The results are dreamy!

 

Baking Stone Calzone


Blogger Sarah W. Caron from Sarah's Cucina Bella puts together a recipe filled with cheese and chicken with these Easy Chicken Calzones. This hearty meal can be on the table in less than an hour.

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