About this product
Preheat your oven as usual and place the food to be cooked on the pan. Slide it onto the rack of your choice and cook as usual. Use a silicone baking mat if desired. After washing the pan, lightly oil it to prevent rust.
Crafted from a single round of solid blue steel, this pizza and tart sheet is a must-have for any kitchen. It measures a full 12.5-inches in diameter, which makes it perfectly sized for almost any job. The solid steel transmits and disperses heat perfectly, ensuring you get crispy pizza crusts and golden, delicious tarts and pies. The angled edge makes it easy to insert and remove the pan from your oven, as well. *Product comes with a thin layer of oil on the tray
- Solid blue steel construction
- Will not bend or warp
- Even heat transmission
- Made in France
- Diameter: 12.5"
- Thickness: 1mm
- Weight: 1.5lbs
Are de Buyer Blue Steel pans made in France?
Yes, all our Blue Steel pans are made in France, in our own factory located in the beautiful region of Vosges. The de Buyer factory has been in operation since 1830, and mixes tradition and state-of-the art technology.
Does my Blue Steel pan come seasoned?
Your Blue Steel pan is not seasoned when you buy it. Seasoning is part of the carbon and blue steel experience, and we let you enjoy it! Follow our instructions for a hassle-free seasoning
What is the best oil to season a blue steel pan?
There are many different oils to use and ways to season a pan, but for optimum results we recommend using an oil with a high smoking point such as grapeseed, peanut, canola, sunflower, or avocado oil.
How can I clean my pan? Can I use soap?
Deglaze the pan when it’s still hot to remove the built-in bits and pieces. Avoid using soap. Hand wash only, do not put your carbon steel pan in the dishwasher.
When and how do I re-season my pan?
You may need to re-season your pan if you scrap the initial seasoning by using harsh detergent when washing it and/or by cooking acidic food in the pan. Re-seasoning a pan is virtually the same process as seasoning it to begin with. Depending on the shape that your pan is in, you might need to deep clean it before trying to re-season. You can then follow our seasoning instructions.
Do blue steel pans rust?
Unfortunately, due to the laws of nature, rust can occasionally appear on your carbon and blue steel pans. To prevent rusting, wipe your pan down with a small amount of oil and store in a dry place. Limit acid use and build a strong patina on your pan. If rust does build, we recommend using a rust cleaner and a non-abrasive scrub brush to remove it, and then clean it and rebuild your patina.
Can my Blue Steel pan go in the oven?
Only the Blue Steel pans that feature stainless steel handles are considered oven-safe. All our other Blue Steel fry pans can resist up to 10 minutes at 400F.
Can my Blue Steel pan be used on a grill?
Yes! They actually are a great choice to cook on a BBQ and even open fire.
Can I use a lid on my Blue Steel pan?
We don’t recommend using lids with either carbon steel or bleu steel pans, the lid will steam and give the food a metallic taste.
How does the handle sustain heat?
When used on the stove, the Blue Steel ‘French handle’ is conceived to stay cool. In addition, its arch and its length allow you to keep your hand away from the heat. If you want to take extra precautions, you can use a de Buyer sleeve.
Why is my pan convex?
The pan is slightly convex to make sure the pan is not spinning on a flat surface.
How can I avoid the pan from warping on induction or glass burner?
Make sure the cooking surface is matching the size of the eye/ring or coil of the burner. Raise the temperature gradually.
Use & Care
• Ideal for low, mid, or high temperature cooking or baking • Handwash only • Do not use abrasive cleansers/detergents • Rub on a light layer of oil after drying to prevent rusting
Shipping & Returns
All our products usually ship within 24 hours, domestic only. Free ground shipping on all domestic orders of $99 and over.
Returns are accepted on a case by case basis.
The de Buyer guarantee
Since 1830, every de Buyer utensil has been conceived and designed in France following the most stringent quality requirements. The majority of our products, and specifically our cookware, are engineered and manufactured in our factory in France. The few exceptions are products, such as some silicone and bakeware utensils, that use manufacturing processes that cannot be sourced in France. Such partners, wherever they are in the world, are always selected according to our high standards of quality and integrity.
We believe in producing and offering our customers the
highest quality products across all of our product lines, following responsible manufacturing processes. Our commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility has been recognized as Exemplary by AFNOR, and we strongly
believe in integrating social and environmental practices into every aspect of creating high quality cookware and bakeware.
From the Chefs we partner with to the individuals working at all levels of our company, everyone involved in making a de Buyer product is inhabited by the same passion: allowing passionate cooks and bakers like you to thrive in the kitchen.
The "Corporate Social Responsibility” (CSR) commitment label that we received in 2018 is the recognition of our efforts in fields like environmental protection and workplace safety and inclusivity, whether internally or among our partners. de Buyer is the first and only French company in the culinary industry to receive this label.
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Orders $99 and over qualify for free shipping.
We currently do not ship orders outside of the United States and APO/FPO Military Addresses. Deliveries to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico currently do not qualify for free shipping.
Orders are usually processed within the same day or on the next business day. If you have incorrectly placed an order, please contact customer service by phone at 773-754-3277 Mon-Fri 9-5pm CT or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible and we will try our best to stop the shipment.
Founded in 1830 in the Vosges region
in France, this is where every de Buyer utensil is conceived, engineered, and
manufactured. Using the most advanced materials and cutting-edge innovations,
our cooking, pastry, and slicing utensils are made to put a smile on every
face, from the stove to the table.