May 11, 2015 |

“Detroit Style” Pizza Pan from Allied Metal

By Denise Greer


Allied Pan

Restaurants and shops in Detroit, Michigan created the “Detroit” style pizza in the 1940’s for returning soldiers to replicate the deep-dish pizza they found in southern Italy during World War II. Allied Metal has been supplying the cold rolled steel pans used to make this masterpiece for many years.

Available in three sizes, either coated or uncoated, Allied Metal’s original Detroit Style pans are still hand crafted in our New York factory using only the best materials and workmanship.

If you want the best results, ask for Allied Metal pans. Give us a call or contact your local Allied Metal representative for more information.

 

ITEM DESCRIPTION SIZE
DET8102.5NS Detroit Style Pizza Pan – Black-Buster Non-Stick Coating 8” x 10” – 2½” deep
DET10142.5NS Detroit Style Pizza Pan – Black-Buster Non-Stick Coating 10” x 14” – 2½” deep
DET12172.5NS Detroit Style Pizza Pan – Black-Buster Non-Stick Coating 12” x 17” – 2½” deep
DET8102.5 Detroit Style Pizza Pan – Uncoated 8” x 10” – 2½” deep
DET10142.5 Detroit Style Pizza Pan – Uncoated 10” x 14” – 2½” deep
DET12172.5 Detroit Style Pizza Pan – Uncoated 12” x 17” – 2½” deep

 

Allied Metal Spinning Corporation…..Quality since 1946

 

ORDER FROM:
Allied Metal Spinning Corporation
1290 Viele Ave.
Bronx, NY 10474
Phone: 800-615-2266
Fax: 800-374-2323
Email : customerservice@alliedmetalusa.com
www.alliedmetalusa.com

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