Pizza Cooker burning crust


Hi. I recently moved and there was no oven in the apartment. I couldn't afford to buy an oven, but I found an affordable pizza cooker. I bought plenty of pre-cooked pizzas and panini's, but I haven't really cooked them a lot because the under side of the crust and the ends of the panini's burn to a crisp, while the rest is barely ready.
Is there anything I can do to avoid the burning?
I've tried using a layer baking paper, I've tried using oil and a layer of baking paper, I've tried using two layers of baking paper and oil, but nothing seems to work.

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Ingz V.
posted 3 months ago

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Hi Ingz, you might try getting a screen. Bake the loaf directly on the surface, and insert the screen underneath once the bottom is sufficiently browned. The screen will act as a buffer and allow the bread to bake for several more minutes without the bottom burning.

Here's a link:

https://www.amazon.com/Aluminum-Seamless-Rim-Commercial-Microwave-Crispers/dp/B076HNQWVS/ref=sr_1_1_sspa

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Raj Irukulla admin
posted 3 months ago


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