Use wood, pellets, or charcoal for the authentic smoky flavor. Your pizzas, steaks, and veggies have never tasted this good!
Perfect pizzas need the right heat to get that beautiful crisp crust. Pizzello's ovens all get that perfect 700+℉ that's the same as the pizza masters use. Just right for the crust to form without burning the pizza.
288 Square inches of cooking area means that you can cook pizza, side dishes, and veggies at the same time. You can even cook a whole chicken by removing the middle rack.
Pizzello Grande is simple to transport wherever you want to go with the stainless steel handle.
Pizzello Grande comes with one grill, a pizza peel, a cordierite pizza stone and an ash baffle. No need to pay extra money for all key accessories.
The oven temperature can reach 752℉(400℃) in 20-25 minutes, this ensures that you can cook the pizza in 60 seconds to get that delicious crust without burning the pizza. In addition to cooking pizzas, you can also try roasted vegetables, broiled fish, seared steaks, and more.
For excellent insulation, we use high quality materials to ensure more even heat dissipation. Premium steel has a special coating to resist marks from fingerprints and is easy to clean by wiping with a clean cloth.
Easy to empty the soot and maintain the pizza oven.
Provide easy access to manage the supply and combustion of fuel.
You can easily regulate the fire and temperature by opening or closing the vents on the door and on the chimney to adjust the airflow inside. (The temperature of the lower layer will be higher than the upper layer, so we recommend putting the pizza stone on the lower layer when you cook 2 pizzas at the same time).
Compact and easy to carry stable oven.
Top Reasons Why Pizza Stones Crack:
1. Putting a cold baking stone into a hot oven.
2. Allowing moisture into the baking stone.
3. Placing cool or cold food onto the baking stone.
4. Handing the stone too much.
5. Removing the stone too soon from a hot oven.
6. Using too much heat
How To Prevent Your Pizza Stone From Cracking In The Future:
1. Maintain your stone in your oven at all times. If you such as a pretty looking rock, cover with aluminum foil so drips from other things don't discolor it.
2. Always place a rock into a cool stove as well as do a long pre-heat.
3. Decrease handling. Moving in and out of the stove can cause cracking.
4. Stay clear of cleaning or oiling a stone. The moisture can create it to split.
5. Wait until rock is entirely chilly before removing it from oven.
6. Don't place icy pizzas on your pizza stone. Ever.
7. Utilize a folded up towel and also place on the counter prior to you take the rock out of the stove, so the counter will not send your rock right into "thermal shock."
I'm sorry, this oven is not compatible with the Pizzello gas burner attachment.
Coal won’t work by itself. You need to have a flame rolling over the inside of the oven to heat the stone or the pizza crust will be undercooked. Use a couple of coal brickets and then fill with wood pellets. It takes at least a half hour to get the oven hot enough to cook the pizza.
For pizza you want the oven to be about 700-800°F. You can also check the article below: https://pizzello.com/blogs/academy/pizzello-pizza-oven-temperature-how-hot-should-your-pizzello-oven-be.
Yes you can, but we still suggest that you bake your pizza with the door off to cook the pizza more faster.
For pellets, you can use oak pellets or look for Premium Wood Fuel Pellets, most pellets on the market are compatible with our product.
And our oven support many types of wood, such as juniper aromatic firewood and mini oak firewood.