If you’re too remote for your favourite takeaway joint to deliver, then turn your campsite into a pizzeria with the Pizza Pan from Pyrolux.
This pan is 35cm in diameter, so it’s the perfect size for a pizza and has a handle on either side to make it easy to grab. It’s constructed from super durable pre-seasoned cast iron, which if taken care of, will last you a lifetime. It can be used at home on induction cooktops, other cooking surfaces, and on a campfire - so it’s a versatile option for your home or camp kitchen.
Margherita, Hawaiian, Supreme, Meat-lovers…the delicious options are endless with the Pizza Pan from Pyrolux.
Grab handles on either side
35cm in diameter
Durable cast iron construction
Can be used on induction cooktops and open fires
In Use Dimensions:
42.2L x 35W x 3.2H cm
42.2L x 35W x 3.2H cm
Heavy Duty Cast Iron
Top heat?1 answer
How does the top of the pizza heat up?
Lee - QLD(7 months ago)
You can use this pan in any situation - oven, stove, open fire, etc. Generally the pizza should cook fine as is, but if you are wanting to cook the top of the pizza like you would under a griller for example the only way you'd probably be able to do that is with a large camp oven lid loaded with coals. Its the only way i can think of that you'd get a heat source from above the pizza whilst camping. I've never had any issues with the pizza cooking or heating up just using the pan as normal, and customer feedback suggests their experiences have been the same. You just won't neccessarily get that brown toasted top look.
Lauren - Snowys(7 months ago)
Top pan1 answer
Would a second pan make a high enough lid to cover the Pizza to prevent ash/dirt
Jem - Police Point, TAS(1 year ago)
It would probaly work, Jem.
The whole pan is about 3cm high, which means you've got a little less than this of cooking depth, maybe 2.5cm, then another 2.5cm of space under the top pan. Dependant on what you've put on your pizza You may find that another pan on top will be touching the pizza toppings, but that's probaly better than dirt in your pizza.
Ben - Snowys(1 year ago)
whats the weight1 answer
is it flat with no surface curve /
Kan - Sydney(3 years ago)
This plate is flat with a slightly curved lip around the rim to hold your pizza in place.
Susie - Snowys(3 years ago)
Hello 1 answer
This is probably a stupid question but do you have any idea of the maximum temperature in the oven you can heat this pan up to Thanks Billie
Billie - South yarra(4 years ago)
I wouldn't call it a stupid question, Billie, but it is certainly a question we can't answer.
Given cast iron is made from pig iron, which is produced by melting iron ore in a blast furnace at something like 900-1300 degrees celsius, I think you'd be pretty safe with just about any cooker available to the regular public.
The only thing you may want to consider is the seasoned cooking surface which may burn off in high temperatures, meaning you will need to re-season the pan.
Ben - Snowys(4 years ago)
Also frying pan?1 answer
Hi There. Can this double as a frying pan? Not sure what makes a pizza pan special. Many thanks
Adrienne - Kiama(4 years ago)
You could use the Pizza Pan as a frypan if you're cooking things that won't expel liquid. There isn't really much of a lip at the edges, it's quite flat, so if you were trying to cook a sauce, it would be tricky, but something like steak should be fine!
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Pyrocast Pizza Pan 35cm. Pan size.1 answer
Hello, is the 35 cm measurement the internal pan size or the maximum outer pan diameter? If it is not the outer diameter, could you tell me what the outer pan diameter measurement is please? Thank you.
Glenn - Ringwood North.(4 years ago)
Thanks for your enquiry. The Pyrolux Pyrocast Pizza Pan is 35cm in diameter, internally (where the pizza sits). The outer dimensions from handle to handle is 42.2cm in length.