A New Way Of Making Pizza
We went through the same thing most pizza makers experience, the home oven just doesn’t cut it. It takes so long to pre-heat and the temperature zones are all over the place, resulting in inconsistent pizzas. Two hours into cooking and you might have one decent pie.
In an effort to save time and make better homemade pizza, we came out with the Pizzeria Pronto® line. Two ovens to change the way homemade pizza is made. One for indoor and one for outdoor use. Using two high-heat retaining, ThermaBond® pizza stones, and heat reflecting walls, the Pizzeria Pronto® ovens are able to cook pizza like a classic brick oven; eliminating hot spots, cutting cooking time in half, and giving consistent results for every pizza.
With the Pizzeria Pronto® Stovetop Pizza Oven, your conventional oven is no longer needed. You simply place the compact pizza oven on top of any gas range and turn on the burner. The oven preheats in only 15 minutes to temperatures exceeding a conventional oven, making for an optimal pizza-baking environment. Plus the oven will cook your pizzas in half the time with extreme consistency.
How It Works
- The Pizzeria Pronto® Stovetop Pizza Oven was made with a heat-efficient design, it traps and reflects heat to harness the power of your gas range, creating an optimal cooking environment up to 600°F.
- Dual cordierite stones in the base of the oven absorb the direct heat from the flame and redistribute it evenly, eliminating hot spots.
- A built-in thermometer lets you know when it's time to cook, and the moisture vent on the top prevents your pizza from becoming soggy.
Do you have the right kind of stovetop?
• Your stovetop needs to have gas burners. The Stovetop Oven will not work with an electric range or induction burner.
• The burners should have an output of about 9500 - 15000 BTUs (see chart in the manual for how outputs affect cooking times).
• The Stovetop Oven should fit directly over one of your burners without covering or coming too close to materials that could be damaged by high heat (plastic knobs, countertops made with heat-sensitive materials, other appliances, etc.). For example, built-in ranges that feature knobs on the top next to the burners (as opposed to on the front side of a free-standing oven/range) might not be usable with the Stovetop Oven.
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We hope these ovens change the way you make pizza in your home! If you already have one of our award-winning ovens, we would love to see what you make on Instagram @_pizzacraft #pizzacraft.