I recently inherited 4 pizza stones of different sizes and configurations. Two flat, one deep dish and one rectangular with a lip. Went searching for instructions and here is what I came up with.
First off, always heat the stone with the oven. If you put a cool stone into a hot oven,
Do not preheat stone.(Pampered Chef)
Because stone is unglazed and can absorb cooking oils, we recommend that you use your
For best results, bake high-fat foods (e.g., refrigerated biscuits) or lightly brush
Rub a generous amount of oil onto the cooking surface of the stone. Not so much that oil
Prior to cooking pizzas on your stone, lightly oil the surface with olive oil. Do this
You can season a stone by spraying vegetable oil on it.
Aerosol nonstick spray is not recommended; it will create a sticky residue which is
Generally speaking, pizza stones should not be treated with oil or nonstick spray.
How to use a pizza stone...Put the stone in the oven...crank the heat to maximum...and
Do not cook at temperatures exceeding 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
If consumers use oil on the stones and clean them using a 550 degrees Fahrenheit oven or
Keep the pizza baking stone in the oven itself during the self cleaning cycle. It helps
To avoid a possible fire hazard we recommend you do not use any type of oil directly on