Anyone who has tried making home-made pizza knows that there is a struggle that is associated to this task. Sometimes, researching a particular method for mixing dough and baking is just not enough. This, even if everything thing is done right and even if a pizza stone or other specialty stuff are available. A lot of times, after cooking, the pizza is sliced up and nibbled, but it just doesn’t taste quite as delicious as those that come out a real pizza oven. And for ordinary joes and plain janes, a pizza oven is a luxury that only a few can afford.
Without a pizza oven, one’s pizza may taste a bit bland compared to restaurant produced ones. Well, consumers can try to improvise by duplicating the level of heat that the mentioned specialty kitchen equipment produce by, say, grilling outdoors. That may be a good move, but it still requires expert skills and probably a fair amount of patience. Well, the good news is foodies don’t have to experience the hustle and bustle of grilling outside or shell out huge a huge amount of cash just to enjoy mouthwatering pizza. This, with a little help from the Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven.
Aside from being affordable (USD 169.00 or AUD 219.70), it takes up little space as it is the same size of a conventional saucepan. Plus, it is specifically designed to keep moisture levels optimal and the temperature consistent. Plus, it is used on a gas stove and preheats at about 10 minutes. Afterwards, the pizza pie can be crisp in about six minutes.
The Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven comes with several patent-pending technologies that include a built in thermometer, vented hood, backstop, dual cordierite stone system, and base. It can get a bit hot when in use; as such, it would be best to use gloves when handling.