There are many things we enjoy here at RealEstateSINY.com, but we enjoy innovations, technology, and pizza the most! So why not combine them all in one segment as the Tech Corner tells you all about the Pizzacraft’s Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven!
What is great about this product is that it can transform almost any kitchen’s gas range stovetop into a pizzeria, allowing you to make yourself hot and fresh pizza you are going to love!
While most conventional ovens can only go up to 500 degrees (F) and require some time to reach that heat, this stovetop pizza oven can be heated up to 600 degrees (F) in only 15 minutes. Then, it will only take about 6 minutes to cook your pizza, only using one of your stovetop’s gas burners.
The Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven has a steel base, cordierite pizza stone, steel hood, and includes a thermometer. The oven’s heat-efficient design traps and reflects heat to create the optimal pizza cooking environment within the hood. The cordierite pizza stone absorbs the direct heat from the flame and distributes it evenly. The built-in thermometer lets you know when it is time to cook and there is a moisture vent in the top to prevent your pizza from becoming soggy, all cooking you the perfect pizza right at home!
To use, place the assembled oven on top of your gas stovetop, making sure the opening on the bottom of the oven is centered with your burner. Turn on the burner to high and preheat for about 15 minutes with the stovetop oven door shut. Once heated, place the pizza inside the stovetop oven, on the stone. (Have a Pizza peel will work best with this item to avoid burner yourself.) Close the door and allow to cook for about 3 minutes. Open the door and rotate the pizza 180 degrees, then close the door again and cook for another 3 minutes. Remove when ready!
Not only does this work for homemade fresh pizza, but can be used for frozen pizza, as long as it fits the dimensions: 14.3 X 16.9 X 6.7 inches and weighs 14.7 pounds with a 12-inch cooking surface.
Pizzacraft is also the company that created the PizzaQue Outdoor Pizza Oven, which basically does all the same things, only uses propane fuel to heat it up.