Cooking a Frozen Pizza?

How to get the middle of a frozen pizza done without burning the rest of it?

By sstocker from St Joseph, MN


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March 24, 20090 found this helpful

We do not follow the directions on the box. I spray the bottom of the pizza with PAM or store brand cooking spray. I then put the pizza on a cookie sheet and set the oven at only 300 degrees F. The pizza will take longer to cook but it will not burn and the whole pizza will be done. Please remember to check the pizza often.

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March 24, 20091 found this helpful

Use aluminum foil (tear off a skinny long narrow piece) and wrap it around the outer edge only of the pizza while cooking, works great.

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March 26, 20090 found this helpful

A pizza stone might help you or even a pizza pan (the one with many openings not just tiny holes). Remember to preheat your oven, I leave my pan in the oven to heat as well.


Then I place my frozen pizza on the heated pan. Mine always cook completely through. I do this to reheat slices from my pizzeria as well. Works great!

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March 26, 20090 found this helpful

Cut the oven temp and let it cook a little more slowly. Someone got impatient?

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