Pizza Oven overview
We decided to create a pizza oven so you would have an option that has convenience, high quality construction, and you in mind. This unit has a high output burner that will reach 700°F in no time. Connect a 1 pound bottle of propane and get rid of all the extra hose so your space stays nice and neat. It has a built in ignition system, thermometer, and comes with a ceramic pizza stone. Overall It's portability, propane-power, fast preheating, built-in ignition system, easy-to-clean design, and compact size make it a highly convenient and user-friendly choice.
- CERAMIC PIZZA STONE
- BUILT-IN IGNITION
- BUILT-IN THERMOMETER
- STAINLESS STEEL CONSTRUCTION
- HIGH OUTPUT BURNER
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
An outdoor propane pizza oven works by using propane gas to heat up a cooking surface, usually a pizza stone or a steel plate, to high temperatures. The oven is ignited using a built-in ignition system, and the temperature can be controlled using a dial or knob. Once the oven has reached the desired temperature, the pizza can be placed on the cooking surface to cook for a few minutes until it's ready.
Propane pizza ovens can reach temperatures up to 700 degrees Fahrenheit or more, depending on the model. This high temperature allows the pizza to cook quickly and evenly, resulting in a crispy crust and perfectly melted cheese.
Propane pizza ovens are generally safe to use, but it's important to follow the manufacturer's instructions and safety guidelines. It's also important to use the oven in a well-ventilated area to prevent the buildup of carbon monoxide gas. Additionally, it's a good idea to keep a fire extinguisher nearby in case of emergencies.
The cooking time for a pizza in a propane pizza oven can vary depending on the temperature of the oven and the thickness of the pizza crust. Typically, pizzas will cook in 5-10 minutes in a propane pizza oven.
Yes, propane pizza ovens can be used to cook other foods besides pizza, such as bread, vegetables, and meats. However, it's important to note that the oven may require different cooking times and temperatures for different foods.
To clean a propane pizza oven, allow it to cool down completely before removing the cooking surface, such as the pizza stone or steel plate. Wipe down the interior and exterior of the oven with a damp cloth or sponge, and use a non-abrasive cleaner if necessary. The cooking surface can be cleaned with a scraper or brush, and should be thoroughly dried before being put back into the oven.
Propane pizza ovens are designed for outdoor use and should not be used indoors, as they can produce dangerous levels of carbon monoxide gas. It's important to use the oven in a well-ventilated outdoor area.