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Pizzeria Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven

Whether cooking pizzeria-style pizzas on your patio, camping, or tailgating for your favorite team, you’ll love this portable pizza party. Delivering flawless pizzas in as little as five minutes, this incredible outdoor oven includes innovative...Read More

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Whether cooking pizzeria-style pizzas on your patio, camping, or tailgating for your favorite team, you’ll love this portable pizza party. Delivering flawless pizzas in as little as five minutes, this incredible outdoor oven includes innovative features such as dual cordierite stones, a reflective heat shield, and a moisture vent for perfectly crisp, mouth-watering pizzas every time. The portable oven runs on propane, is easy to assemble and disassemble, and preheats in just 10 minutes.

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Features Hide

  • Makes up to a 14-inch pizza
  • Dual-layer, interlocking cordierite pizza stone features hollow-core technology that diffuses heat, thus, eliminating hot spots and ensuring an evenly-baked crust
  • Reflective heat shield redirects heat on top of the pizza, cooking the toppings at the same rate as the crust
  • Moisture vent allows steam to escape and prevents sogginess
  • Reaches cooking temperatures of 700° F; preheats in only 10 minutes
  • Cooks pizza in five minutes and is immediately ready for another pizza after cooking
  • Runs on propane; tank not included

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Pizzacraft®
  • Material: Metal, cordierite, plastic
  • Dimensions: 18¼" x 15.15"
  • Weight: 26 lb.
  • Made in China

Care & Usage Show

  • Allow oven to cool completely before cleaning. Remove stone from oven and clean by running under cool water and brushing away debris with a scrubber. Do not use soap. Remove crumb tray by loosening thumbscrews on the bottom of the unit. Ensure stones have dried completely before using the oven again.

What's In the box? Show

  • Rain cap
  • Baking stone (2 parts)
  • Oven
  • Hardware package
  • Gas inlet assembly
  • 4 legs
  • Cleaning brush


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Customer Reviews

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Amazing pizza in 5 minutes flat!
This oven will produce some of the best pizza you can possibly make at home!

Heats up quick, runs on the same propane tank that's already hooked up to my grill, and once it's ready, pizzas are done in literally 5 minutes.

The crusts come out super crispy and the toppings aren't soggy like you sometimes get in your indoor oven due to moisture content in the ingredients. You do have to rotate the pizza halfway through to make sure it is browning evenly, but since the whole process only takes 5 minutes, you really don't want to walk away while it's cooking anyway.

The oven doesn't get overly hot on the outside so you don't have to worry about scorching your table. Love the compact size, which makes it easier to store than a full-size grill and you could even take it camping or tailgating easily with a smaller size propane tank and the adaptor.

This is also a much better price than most outdoor ovens which can range in the thousands - of dollars and pounds! Highly recommend for even the amateur pizza chef
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August 20, 2013
best pizza at home
This is the first time I've ever written a review, I felt I had to, this pizza oven is that good. I've tried everything to make crispy, delicious pizza at home, and to be honest, I've achieved it a few times, but it's been a LOT of work and my house gets SO hot...
I'm so glad I tried this, at this price point, I can't believe how well it works. It made our pizzas perfectly in about five to six minutes. Hot, bubbly, crispy and no mushy parts. All I had to do was preheat and turn the pizza halfway through. That was it, so easy.
Very happy with this purchase
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August 25, 2013
This oven lives up to its promise
I just purchased the Pizzeria Pronto and tried it out for the first time. I was skeptical that this oven could live up to the promise, but it did! I cooked three pizzas for my family right off the bat and each one not only tasted great, but also had a great texture. It is definitely worth the money. I look forward to future pizza parties
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August 28, 2013
Better Than Every Other Home Method I've Tried
I like pizza. A lot. For the last five years, it''s been a bit of an obsession with me. I've tried every dough formula (all of the Reinhardt's, traditional bigas, Batali's grill dough, etc), and tried every permutation of quarry stone, baking stone, grill, grill stone, baking steel, etc. imaginable trying to get my oven or my grill to make a perfect pizza. And while I've made some good pies, this little machine beat them all with the first pizza I made.

Using the included dough recipe (a ridiculously simple Tipo 00 with an overnight rise in the fridge), I got some amazing results. Perfect hint of char on the bottom, perfect blisters on top, and as even of a cook as I ever got out of my stove. The crust had a crisp crunch and a perfect chew, and held the toppings of all four pizzas I made the first night very well. The wife and kids (and the neighbor who stopped by) all agreed it was the absolute best they'd had.

As far as the equipment, it assembled quickly and easily - 10 minutes plus another 5 to set it up outside and check the hose connections for leaks (I'm a safety freak). I was amazed at how little ambient heat radiated from the bottom of the unit - I wouldn't worry at all about having this on a outdoor patio table. It took about 20 minutes to reach 625 or 650 on the thermometer, and I baked 4 10 to 12 inch pizzas in rather rapid succession with no degradation in quality.

I'm looking forward to experimenting with this over the coming months (including during the cold winter months, when I worry about how it will maintain heat even when used in the garage) ... but so far, so good. This is looking like one of the best birthday presents I've ever received
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October 19, 2013
Favorite new way to make Pizza!
Pizza is a passion for our family, but let's face it, getting that perfectly crispy crust with the right amount of chew just doesn't happen with most home made methods. Which is why I could not wait for the arrival of our new Pizzeria Pronto. 700+ degree cooking temp? Easy assembly? Easy to use? Pizza in less than 10 minutes? Sign me up!

The first night we used it, we had a intimate family dinner of about 20 (BIG Family!) and WOW what amazing results. Every single pizza was crispy and perfectly cooked with just one turn during the cooking process. The temperature and cook time stayed even throughout the evening's cooking, and we got a restaurant quality pizza every single time. Needless to say, the whole family loved it!

I highly recommend this product to anyone that is looking for that restaurant quality pizza but doesn't want the hassle or cost of going to a restaurant. It's so easy, and the pizza is so good, there's no need to go out anymore
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November 6, 2013
this pizza oven rocks!
We use it for tailgating and it's a huge hit! the kids (big and small) line up waiting for the crispy pizza to come out of the oven. I have not made the pizza dough recipe from the booklet yet - used store bought and a friend's recipe - worked great. It's also great with the premade flatbread pizza crust - i rotate between the two types and everyone loves them - sugges the peel along with it! fits perfectly!
The only thing you have to watch for is the wind blowing out the flame - I made my husband stand in front of it to block it - but that would happen with any gas run item
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December 1, 2013
Real information on product
I am culinary trained, food focused with a 2800 bottle wine cellar. I travel the world to eat, book the best restaurants in the world. Bottom line - food is my focus. This device is solves a lot of problems for providing an alternative to a full on wood fired stone pizza oven at an incredible price. It is easy to assemble and does what it says. The opening could be larger and the height could be expanded or other food applications, but it does what it represents very well. I use it several times a week. Very good product that does what it says
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June 10, 2014
"Surprisingly Good, exceptional value"
Having moved from using pizza stones on the grill, I can say that this is a significant step up.

The oven heats evenly and the build quality is above average for the price. We've used it 4 times so far for a total of 8 pizzas and absolutely love it.

It cooks the dough perfectly, with one turn during the process, and gets the toppings evenly crispy.

It's easy to use, after you figure out how to slide raw pizza dough off a peel.

Highly recommended
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October 8, 2013
"Busy mom, picky kids, don't like cooking..."
I first learned about this product at a kids party 3 weeks ago, had to get one right away. I am not the greatest cook and just don't have the time... My friend turned me onto this pizza oven by giving me little hints like... get the pre made dough at Whole Foods or TJ's for less than $2 which gets you two pizzas. What I had to deal with before where kids nagging about how one wants the cheese, the other doesn't, one likes meat, the other doesn't, you get the point. I would end up spending $30-$40 bucks on getting ready made pizzas (min 2 at a time) in order to please everyone. This oven has changed my life and is already saving me money... my kids love to help with the dough and laying out the toppings. I usually get extras cut up and keep them in ziplock bags so all is ready to go. All I need to do is roll out my $2 dough, spread on the sauce, kids add their favorite choices of toppings and voila! We end up with delicious pizzas in just minutes that the entire family can be happy with. Thank you so much for inventing this product
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September 23, 2013
I'm now my family's pizza hero
This pizza oven is amazingly cool. For the first time ever, I'm able to make pizzas at home that satisfy my kids. In fact, my son told me the pizza I made was better than the pizza from his favorite pizzeria.

The oven is very simple to put together, and it hooks up to propane tank just like a BBQ grill. Starting it up is a snap, and it gets to full heat in about 10 minutes or so. Mine didn't quite get to 700 degrees, but it got plenty close enough to make an amazingly crisp crust.

You'll definitely need a pizza peel to work with this over because 1) there's no other way to really get the pizza in an out of the over and 2) you'll look really cool with it anyway. :-)

I found that it's necessary to rotate the pizza once or twice while cooking to ensure an even browning around the crust.

I'm really excited to keep experimenting with all sorts of different toppings now that I'm an official pizza man
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September 1, 2013
Great Great Pizza Oven!
Three weeks ago I accidentally stumbled on this oven while looking at a cadre of new products on the internet. After viewing the available videos I knew I had to get one.

I've been making pizza on the grill over 10 years and when you want to make 6-8 pizza's for your friends it is a big hassle to partially cook the dough on one side, flip the dough and partially cook in on the other side to bring it back to the table to add the toppings and then put it back on the grill to melt the cheese.

I have my own dough recipe that has been very successful and continue to use. If you are fermenting your dough (recommended) in the refrigerator (up to 3 days prior to use) make sure you take it out and bring it to room temperature for the best results.

Like others we have found that less is more. My assistant put way too much toppings on a few pies and it was a struggle to cook them properly.....

I purchased a steel pizza peel for turning and removing the pies. I happen to think the steel is more effective on the way out because it is thinner.

In the 3 weeks we have been using the outdoor oven, we have made at least 18-20 pizzas and additionally we have also have been very successful making calzone and stromboli.

Now I can't make pizzas fast enough!
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October 5, 2013
I got my oven 3 weeks ago and have used it every weekend so far. It gets really hot (mine was over 700 degrees) so the crust was perfect...and the cheese was bubbling like a real pizzeria!...even the toppings were done to perfection.
We loved it and it was easy to get the perfect pizzas every time...but it's a real oven, so you have to pay attention to the cooking of your pizza.
Getting a little dark at night now so I kinda wish there was a little light inside???
Looking forward to trying some new toppings this weekend.
Absolutely love this thing...and so does my family
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November 19, 2013
Perfect pizza
If you are a pizza lover, this is a must have! We will never order out for pizza again
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December 15, 2013
Pretty darn good
This oven isn't the panacea (available at the local barbecue store for several thousand bucks), but it does a pretty good job. The $300 price, plus about $60 for a propane tank if you don't have one, is pretty fair. They claim it will make a 14" pizza, but the opening is only 13 1/2 "- not a bit deal, but a lot of peels come in 14" and won't fit. The automatic ignition, presumably a piezzoelectric setup, has yet to light on the first try; I think it's sparking before there's enough gas; I turn it on BRIEFLY, wait a few seconds (not 5 min), and then it lights right away. The stones are a bit light, and it runs cooler on the side with the opening- I think it works best on smaller pizzas, and not a lot of toppings. You will need to turn the pizza a few times. It easily reaches 800-900 degrees, and works better there than at 700; I give it a bit more preheat time than advertised- it's still pretty quick. The pizza so far isn't quite up to what I make in the regular oven in a perforated pan, but it took me a while to get that one down; I think the quality will be fine, and not heating up the kitchen is a huge plus.
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July 29, 2014
Family fun!!!
The pizzeria pronto made dinner easy, fast, and fun for the whole family! We just followed the instructions and it worked well for each pizza we tried. We tried a number of different toppings and everything came out cooked evenly. We also purchased the pizza peel, which made handling the pizzas really easy. I highly recommend this product to anyone who loves pizza
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November 2, 2013
So much fun to cook with!
My friends and family LOVE this, we made pizza during a football game for about 15 people. Everyone loved it. The kids especially loved picking out their own toppings. Can't wait to use it again- made 8 pizzas and they all tasted wonderful- crust was perfect. Turned it once after about a minute and a half. Ordered the adapter for propane so we can take this camping and on picnics easier. This is a great gift
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November 4, 2013
"Great pizza is here!!!! And, lots of fun."
Husband and I looked at both the small version and this larger one and we are so glad we bought the larger oven. Anything that gets to 700 degrees should be outside anyway. Set up was easy and it is a must to season your stone as the instructions (read well) tell you. The use of flour on your metal peel is definitely not necessary. Takes to much flour and it is yucky and messy. Once your dough is made use semolina flour to roll your dough out instead of all-purpose flour. It allows the beginning pizza maker who has not twirled pizza to use rolling pin and make either thin, medium or thick crust more evenly. Lay your formed pizza onto a piece of parchment, cut paper around pizza, put on your fixings and the parchment slides right on to your peel and slides off into the oven. Let cook about 30 seconds to a minute and slide peel in under and slightly out of oven. Once partially out hold parchment and send pizza back into oven. Works great!! Parchment will burn if left under pizza so don't forget to remove it....It gives you the ability to roll out a lot of pizzas and have everyone put on their toppings without the peel. Saves so much time and makes it so fun to see what everyone is putting on their homemade pizza. Fleishmans makes a pizza yeast and recipe on back of package worked great. 30 minute pizza dough..No rising required..Made three times the recipe in my Kitchen Aide with dough mixer on it and it made perfect sticky crust. Oven worked even better the second night as well..Awesome! Awesome! Well everyone this is a great gift. It was my birthday and Mothers' Day!!! Yeah!!!
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May 8, 2014
Best Father's Day gift I EVER bought!!
LOVE this pizza oven!! We will never buy pizza out again, because ours is better!! The only suggestion I have is to buy a couple of pizza screens, the make it work even better!! I like my crust thick and chewy, and mot burnt at all and the pizza oven with the pizza screens! Perfecto!!! It's a splurge, but SOOOOO worth it!
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June 24, 2014
One of my favorite Sur La Table purchases ever
We bought this oven and it has ruined us forever! The pizza that comes out is so good, we can never order delivery pizza again. It is so quick and easy! We are looking forward to taking it camping with us in the future! Great for parties and family gatherings.
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August 12, 2014
Love this Pizza Oven
This is a great buy and a very functional item. It was easy to put together and easy to use. We did small pizzas as an appetizer at our July 4 BBQ and everyone loved them. The oven is just so functional. Pizzas come out just right!! I plan to purchase more of these Christmas gifts for friends!
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July 6, 2014
Easy to put together, easy to season, easy to use. The first time we used it every pizza was perfect. Friends all had a great time making their own personal pizza. Do not be afraid of using corn meal both on bottom of pizza when you roll out the dough and on the peel, makes sliding pizza in and out much easier. The next day we got several phone calls asking for take out pizza and asking if we deliver! Pizza night is now a weekly event.
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August 9, 2014
Pizza Wizzard
This oven is great and so easy to use. I was shocked at how quickly and with such easy pizza's could be cranked out. Can you say Christmas Presents!
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November 13, 2013
Lots of fun
He’s having lots of fun with it and we love the results.
There is a learning curve with the pizza stone etc, but even with a not perfect pizza, it’s better than anything we’ve made at home before.
Thank you!
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October 17, 2014
Very disappointed
I bought this as a gift for my chef/husband who makes many home made pizzas. The opening was not big enough to easily slide the pizza on the stone and get it off the Aluminum Pizza Peel. The way the lid closes you can't easily slide the pizza spatula back out. Then when the pizza is done and you try and slide it back on the pizza peel to remove it, it pushes the cooked pizza into the metal surround and ruins the top of it. The metal top has no hinge and it is 700 degrees so you cannot lift it out of the way to better access the pizza. We had to return it
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September 11, 2013

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to bake pizzas
Tara C on Feb 9, 2016
Family Xmass present for my sister.
Linda P on Dec 3, 2015
I think my husband might enjoy working with this, because he has always wanted an outdoor pizza oven. Also, one of our daughters is a real "pizza lover."
Deborah L on Dec 11, 2015
Brother-in-law has one, made us some great pizza with it. Getting one for husband for Christmas.
Catherine Y on Dec 1, 2015
Is there an adaptor for natural gas?

Can I hook it to a natural gas source? We have a natural gas connector for our outdoor grill and I would like to use the same fuel source.
A shopper on Aug 22, 2013
Best Answer: This grill can only be hooked up to a propane tank.
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A shopper on Oct 4, 2013
Best Answer: Because the dome cannot be removed while cooking, you would be restricted to foods that are flat enough to fit through the open space in front. As long as your food fits, Charcoal Companion encourages you to try as many things as you can
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Oct 6, 2013
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Can you cook deep dish pizza in aluminum cake pans?
suzgarcia on Jul 5, 2014
Best Answer: Yes I believe you can. We were going to use the aluminum pie pans to do wrap sandwiches.
Reply · Report · born2cook on Jul 7, 2014
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getting a wood smoke flavor

Could you was a pouch made of aluminum foil with some wood chips in it with hole punched on top on stone to get a smokey flavor in this pizza maker?
A shopper on Sep 5, 2013
Best Answer: Because this pizza maker reaches such high temperatures and cooks so quickly, it would be very difficult to smoke wood chips in it while cooking your pizza
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How big is the cooking area in diameter?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2013
Best Answer: The cooking area is 14"" in diameter
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Aug 21, 2013
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How do you prevent the dough from sticking onto the stone?
Laure C on Sep 5, 2014
Best Answer: Use plenty of semolina flour on your pizza peel. This will transfer to the stone when you slide the pizza into the oven. The semolina acts like little ball bearings under the dough, and does not impact taste. You can get semolina in bulk or pre-packaged at grocery stores. A little will go a long way.
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pronto pizza maker

do you demo this pizza cooker in your store?
A shopper on Aug 15, 2013
Best Answer: In a few stores there will be demos but not in the culinary locations as we can’t use it in doors.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Aug 19, 2013
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With the cold weather coming, will the pizza oven still reach the desired temperature in the same amount of time
A shopper on Oct 30, 2013
Best Answer: PizzaCraft says it may take the pizza oven a little longer depending on the weather to reach the desired temperature. Unfortunately they couldn't provide an actual time frame because it will vary depending on the weather.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Oct 31, 2013
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stone temp.

what should the stone temputure be for cooking a thin crust pizza?
A shopper on Sep 4, 2013
Best Answer: For a thin crust pizza, you will want to turn your oven all the way up to high. This will give your oven an ambient temperature of 700 degrees, and a stone temp of about 500. Cook it for about 5 minutes and be sure to turn it halfway through
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Having an awful time getting the pizza off the peel and into the oven. Have tried semolina, corn meal to no avail. Help Is there a secret out there that we should try??? Love the oven, just one little problem. did I say Help.
marie S on Jul 29, 2015
Best Answer: I pre-cook my crusts in my kitchen oven on a baking stone - only about 5 min., just to firm up. I am able to use parchment paper under the crust to slide the crust into the oven that way. Once firmed up you can easily slide the crust without the parchment into the pizza oven for the final cooking.
Reply · Report · Patty C on Jul 29, 2015
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Where is the propane tank? I have a gas grill and charcoal BBQ...what then?
A shopper on Apr 7, 2015
Best Answer: Sur La Table describes in the Pizzeria Outdoor Pizza Oven features that the Oven runs on propane, and that the tank is not included. I believe this is customary with most grills etc., Postal and shipping companies don"t like to ship tanks. In case, there may be something in the tank. Neither do moving companies!!
You must have natural gas on you barbeque. So you need to buy a small propane tank to hook up this little fellow!!! Then he will work for you!! Enjoy! Cheers Trish
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Is the pizza better than that cooked on a weber?

I am using the Peter Reinhardt recipes and cooking pizza on my Weber with a pizza stone. It takes about 5 - 6 at 550 600 with all three burners on high. Will this product do better and be an improvement?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2013
Best Answer: It is tough to say which would be better, as that would be a matter of opinion, but I imagine that since the Pizzeria Pronto is a grill made specifically for pizza that it would be a better choice
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Sep 9, 2013
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We live in Anchorage, Alaska. Can we keep this outside year-round or do we need to store it inside? Can we use this outside in the winter?
Karen R on Jun 28, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Karen
First, we love this little gadget works quite nicely.
You are able to buy a sturdy cover for the over for about $30. Should be all you need.
As to cooking in the winter, I would not know since we live in the desert. It does get quite hot with proper warm up though and the opening for the pizza is somewhat small. I would bet it would work fine.
Also a point of note, it does not suck down propane. Fairly efficient.
Reply · Report · Mark T on Jun 30, 2015
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Can we use this pizza oven inside an appartment or does it need to be completely aerated?
A shopper on Nov 4, 2015
Best Answer: Must be used outside just as a gas grill. It runs off propane and has the flame under the ceramic slab where the pizza goes so definitely outside use only.
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How do you screw the legs on?
rosaleen n on Aug 13, 2015
Best Answer: Bottom of unit has slots for legs. There are 4 screws in parts bag that you screw through the unit and into the legs to lock them into place. Once you insert the legs you'll see how they line up. Make sure legs are inserted correctly in slots, sealed end of leg facing down.
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Is the cordierite natural or manmade? If manmade, where is it made?
Ellis S on Jun 22, 2015
Best Answer: According to Pizzacraft, it's made of a composite of natural materials.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Jun 22, 2015
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Pizza Pronto - 2 Questions

Can the top cone be removed to use the top of the Stone plate - to place a flat bottomed Wok on it for high heat cooking? What else can this oven be safely used for? Thank you
A shopper on Aug 21, 2013
Best Answer: The top can be removed, but for cleaning purposes only; it must be on the grill to cook.Customer Service reps at Charcoal Companion-the vendor of the Pizza Pronto-have experimented with chocolate chip cookies, calzones and flatbread, but they encourage experimenting on as many foods as possible
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What is the size of the stone in the pronto pizza oven?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: The stone is 14" in diameter.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 27, 2014
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Could I use this to cook naan/roti? Like, authentic naan/roti?
A shopper on Dec 25, 2014
Best Answer: sorry , Im not sure what that is, but I will say, it does a fine job with pizza!!!
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I broke the 14" pizza stone. Where I can buy a replacement? Thank you !
A shopper on Nov 15, 2014
Best Answer: Go to pizza craft website and they have them there
Reply · Report · Lisa H on Nov 16, 2014
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Is this available in stores?
A shopper on Oct 25, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, these are available in store.
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Can it be converted to Natural Gas?
A shopper on Sep 12, 2013
Best Answer: No, it can't be converted to natural gas. It will only use propane
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