Yeah, I think your confusing fahrenheit with celsius. Personally I set to 500F.When making pizza with grated mozarella cheese and tomato sauce, is it best to add them before or after I've put the pizza in the oven at 250F for 12 minutes?
Thanks. Would those pizza recipes freeze
I have a standard oven with a maximum setting of 250.
If it is celsius, then the original question returns. Would 12 minutes destroy the nutrients in the cheese? 250c = 482f
Your not sure if your oven is in c or f ?
Why not do a field trial where you turn on your oven to max and then feel the heat when you open the door, that generally will be a pretty good tell tale sign. Another field trial would be to put something in the oven, like for example a piece of bacon at your 250 max and see what happens, if it barely cooks it and looks uneatable after 20 minutes, then your right you oven is in f but if it's burnt then it's c. Try that and let us know your findings.
If someone is using fresh dough and making the base then individual pizza's can be made and frozen individually before cooking and not after, with decent results. Not something I've done but know it's better than trying to freeze pizza after it's cooked. Don't think that would be very appetizing.I freeze the bases and the tomato sauce. I've not tried freezing the complete constructed pizza - never seen the need.