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The Petite Pizzeria


Our buyers were so impressed with this mini-oven when they discovered it—and we’re sure you will be, too. Ideal for either fresh or frozen pizza crusts, this innovative countertop pizza oven heats to over 600°F quickly and cooks a...Read More

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EXCLUSIVE Our buyers were so impressed with this mini-oven when they discovered it—and we’re sure you will be, too. Ideal for either fresh or frozen pizza crusts, this innovative countertop pizza oven heats to over 600°F quickly and cooks a perfectly crisp pizza in as few as five minutes.

Bake a crispy, 12" crust as thin as you’d like on the ceramic pizza stone, or use the nonstick deep-dish pizza pan for your favorite Chicago-style pizzas. You can also transport and serve your pizzas like a pro with the included paddles.

Features dual W-shaped heating elements and convenient heat-control dial. Compact size for easy storage.

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: NW Kitchen Appliances
  • Model: LD-902SLT
  • Material: Ceramic, nonstick coating and metal
  • Dimensions: 6" product height; 12" cooking-surface diameter
  • Wattage: 1200 watts
  • Made in Taiwan

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash ceramic stone and nonstick pizza pan; wipe oven body clean with dry cloth. Avoid using soap when washing ceramic stone

What's In the box? Show

  • Pizza oven
  • Ceramic pizza stone
  • Nonstick deep-dish pizza pan
  • Wooden paddles
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Customer Reviews

4.5 / 5.0
28 Reviews
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Best homemade pizza
The only thing stopping me from giving 5 stars on this really wonderful pizza oven is the (relative) difficulty of getting the pizza ON the stone. However, we found that if you create your pizza crust and get it ready before adding ANY toppings, it's easier to slide onto the stone (flour liberally on the bottom) and THEN assemble the toppings. It makes PERFECT pizza then
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November 28, 2013
Great Pizza Maker
From a self confessed pizza fanatic, I was hoping this Petite Pizzaria pizza maker would live up to its hype. And boy was I happy it did!! The pizza was crispy on the bottom, and bubbly on the top. I could not believe how fast it cooked!! I would make sure though to flour the dough really well since mine got a bit sticky, but other than that it was the easiest dinner I've ever made! I live in NYC and the pizza that came out rivals some of the great New York pies :) Highly recommend to everyone
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October 30, 2013
We have used this oven twice since Christmas, with fantastic results both times! Warmed up the oven on 2, then turned it down to 1.5 for about 15-20 minutes. We did turn it up to 2 at the end for a little browning on the cheese.

We normally ordered pizza once a week with about $25 out of pocket after tipping the driver, so this oven will have a payback after two more uses - not to mention we know the ingredients are fresh!

Both attempts were made using pre-made crusts, 8oz of sauce, and moderate toppings. Looking forward to experimenting with new recipes
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January 5, 2014
I've never written a review before but this deserves one
Over the course of many years I've attempted pizza in a million ways/pans/stones/doughs and all have been ok-ish.
Most recently I've used a sur la table metal stone in my gas oven, which has been good, but not exactly ecologically friendly with the instructions to heat the oven for an hour at the highest cook a 5 minute pizza.
Petite pizzeria is fantastic. THE best results I've ever had.
shape your pizza base, only put on tomatoe sauce, put on the two half pizza peels, ease onto the stone, THEN put on cheese etc.
I think pre heating it hotter than 1.5 is better for a browner bottom crust
The first time using it, I would let it cook for more than 10 mins at high heat to burn off the chemical smell.
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August 2, 2014
1 year ago
Great Pizza.......but
Product worked perfectly for about 8 pizzas.... but now there is not enough heat from the bottom element. Dough sticks to stone and only top gets done. I hope this is only a defective unit and not inherent to the product. Paddles are useless because if they get wet or damp they will warp.....but not a deal breaker....we have a good peel wo we will use that. Will return for an exchange and hope the new one will work as well as the first one before it failed
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August 24, 2014
Great pizza and easy to use!
The first thing I noticed when I took The Petite Pizzeria oven out is hove lightweight it is and how small a space it took up. From the time I took it out of the box until the first pizza was made was about 25 minutes, and that included ten minutes of letting the oven burn off lubricants since it was the first time it was used. So simple. Preheat, spread out dough, add ingredients, put pizza on stone, close top, turn up heat, and five minutes later I had a pizza. I have to say that it was really good. I half expected the crust to be unevenly cooked, but it was perfect all the way through. In less than an hour and almost no work at all I had eight pizzas using toppings from tomatoes to cheese to bbq brisket to eggs and even cream cheese with bananas and honey. Everything was awesome! Sure I got flour all over the place, but I�m a sloppy cook. The only issues occurred due to me not the oven. If any toppings end up on the stone they will burn and stink up the kitchen. After the first few pizzas you learn how to spread the dough and add toppings so that nothing leaks or falls on the stone. The two people I shared the pizzas with were both very impressed with the speed of cooking and the quality of the pizza. One said - This is better than most pizzas you buy at a store. The other thing is all eight pizzas cost me $5 worth of dough. All of the toppings were items I had in the house already. The favorite pizza for all was the mashed potato with pulled pork and hot sauce! I would recommend this item to anyone
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October 21, 2013
Fun In The Kitchen
I received The Petite Pizzeria as a gift and was pleasantly surprised because I had not seen anything like it before. The ease of use and speed of cooking are the greatest advantages in my fast paced life. I used the pre-made frozen (thawed of course) pizza dough balls from HEB. Central Market and Whole Foods carry similar fresh/frozen pizza dough balls. Each ball is the perfect size for making two pizzas�.dinner and dessert! Highly recommend the Nutella-Bananna dessert pizza! My grandson is a bit young yet to be cooking, but when he�s old enough, he�ll be right beside me making his own pizza! A great fun, quick and delicious way to encourage young people to get in the kitchen! Highly recommend this product
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November 1, 2013
Best appliance in my kitchen
I bought this because i love pizza but hate to heat up the oven only to cook something for less than 10 minutes. It's not the largest surface but since a pizza takes less than 4 minutes to cook in this for thin crust, we can easily make personal pizzas for everyone. This works particularly well for thin crust/cracker crust St. Louis style pizza. Getting the crust crispy is hard to do in the oven and it's easy with this pizza maker. I've used it four months and have had no problems
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March 16, 2014
Fantastic purchase - so pleased!
I bought this for my husband as a Hanukkah gift in November, and we have been thrilled with it. I lived in Italy for a while, and this is far and away the tool that makes the closest thing to real Italian pizza. It took some experimentation to find the right thickness for the pizza to come out as we wanted it, but boy, now that we've figured it out, this thing makes some really good pizza!! I will say I find it awkward to assemble the pizza on the paddles and get it to drop cleanly onto the stone, but I'm going to play around with that to see what can be done to make that go a little more smoothly. Overall, though, we are thrilled with this item
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January 9, 2014
Fabulous and Easy
I absolutely love this item. Homemade, crispy crust pizza in minutes. Make your own crust, buy dough from the store or even use frozen pizza (this improves the taste and textures). Get creative. This product is a must have for anyone that likes pizza
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September 6, 2013
Thi thing really works !
I have owned two restaurants and have built three wood burning ovens . I was very skeptical of this oven , I didn't really believe it would reach 600 degrees I have a digital temp gauge and to my surprise it did reach temp in a very short time ! my only wish is that it was just 2 or 3 inches wider . Truly a great deal for the money.
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November 25, 2014
The Best!
I am a cooking junkie. I also buy every piece of cooking equipment I find interesting. This is one of the best investments I made. Had my nephew and his family for dinner the first time I used it. Made my own pizza dough and one of the toppings, my niece made another topping using pesto. The pizzas came out amazing. They were so good that my nephew was laying in bed when they went home trying to come up with new pizza toppings the next time we make pizza
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October 5, 2013
Fastest Gourmet Pizza EVER!
My fiance and I had some friends over to watch the football game and I thought it would be fun to use my New Wave pizza maker and make some homemade pizzas. It was a huge success and probably the easiest clean up ever! I used a frozen dough, defrosted it and molded it into a pizza, added toppings and then stuck it on the stone and 4 minutes later ... WALA! Incredible Quality, Excellent Value! I love my pizza maker and plan on making some more great pizzas and trying out breakfast and dessert pizzas too
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October 12, 2013
Pleasant surprise
The quest for the perfect crust has come to an end! This little machine cooks up a perfect crust every time. It takes a few tries to learn the technique to get the pizza onto the stone with complete accuracy but the effort pays off. It only takes five minutes to cook up our favorite pizzas which means everyone can have their favorite on pizza night
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October 23, 2013
I just cannot say enough about this pizza oven. We just love it. It really makes pizza to rival anything we have ever had anywhere. Keep Jim Lahey's recipe for pizza dough in the refrigerator, and you can have dinner on the table in 15 minutes. It's one of the best purchases we've ever made
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December 21, 2013
Great Pizza
This little pizza oven is amazing. The crust that comes out, YUM! crunchy just the way I like it. This was my first try and it was so easy. We used two different ovens, and this one was the winner. We had to turn the other off in fear of setting off the smoke alarm
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October 3, 2013
Love this Pizza ! I just made my first pizza tonight. I purchased 4 of these as gifts (including myself) for Christmas, and had to try it out in case it didn't meet my expectations. Although I have only used it once, both of us gave it 5 stars. I read all the reviews before ordering the pizzeria, and was impressed. I made the dough in my bread machine tonight, and the pizza was perfect. The peel was easy to use. It is thin, but thick is not necessary. I would keep small children away from the pizzeria, but that's just a normal precaution. Next time, I will make a full batch of pizza dough and make 2 pizzas for a thinner crust. As it was, one pizza was perfect for a quick dinner for 2 people
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December 13, 2013
If You Love Fresh Pizza . . . You'll Love This
Came in the mail yesterday and made dinner last night. Fleischmann's Pizza Crust Yeast available at Kroger (preferred) or Kroger Brand Pizza Dough Mix is best for crispy crust. One package will make 2 pizzas for this oven. One small jar or can of store-bought pizza sauce will make 4 pizzas. top with your favorite toppings, close the lid and 5-6 minutes later, you have PIZZA!! Love the paddles. Make the pizza right on them and transfer to hot stone. Wipe them off with a damp cloth, don't soak or they will warp. Secret recipe for Italian Spices are: onion powder, garlic powder, oregano, basil, fennel, pepper, parsley, rosemary, cumin, paprika, red pepper flakes parmigiana cheese. Wish I could find some fresh wonderful Mozzarella cheese without skim milk. AND Kroger brand makes the best Italian sausage - packaged without the casing and I mix 2 mile with 1 hot.
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January 21, 2015
Bought this based upon the great reviews.
Paddles warped immediately upon a quick cleaning. Instructions do not indicate which side the round stone should sit on the bottom burner & there is a right/wrong side. While I'm a novice baker of sorts, I'm not happy w/the quality/price point. I'm on attempt #2 which failed w/a very burnt crust on the bottom & no browning on the top. One more attempt to make sure operator malfunction isn't the case..if there is no success, then this unit goes back. Boo
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December 14, 2013
Awesome Little Oven
I have wanted one of these pizza ovens and it came up on sale so I went ahead and pulled the trigger on it. I love a fresh pizza like the little artisan pizza shops make. I was amazed at how fast and how well this little machine worked. You pre-heat it at setting 1 while you are making your pizza. Once it's warmed up put your pizza in and turn it up to 2 1/2 - 3. And 5-6 minutes later you have an awesome pizza. The only down side is the pizza peels that come with it are pretty useless. They’re too short for anything bigger than a softball size pizza and are a little too thick. The next day I bought a bigger metal pizza peel (problem solved). After a couple of pizzas I got it figured out. I suggest rolling out your dough on a mixture of corn meal and a little flour, put the dough on the peel then add the sauce and toppings. Then slide it onto the stone. Make sure there’s some of the corn meal and flour on the bottom of the pizza so it will slide off the peel easier and not stick to the pizza stone. Bottom line, this is a great little oven that turns out some delicious pizza and really quick. Not to mention it’s fun. Everyone can make their pizza the way they want it.
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August 10, 2015
Perfect pizzas!!!!!!
This little guy makes the best pizza. We have used it many times- using all different type of crusts. We like regular pizza dough the best but have also had good results with tortillas, pita bread, premade crusts. Takes only about 3-4 minutes per pizza. Crust never sticks to the bottom and top is always perfectly browned.
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January 3, 2015
9 months ago
Great pizza!
Bought this as an impulse when I got the sale email. The reviews looked good so thought I would give it a chance. Wow! It exceeded expectations! I did follow advice from other reviewers and made sure the dough was floured as well as the stone but watch how much you get on the stone because it will burn if there is too much. Perfect pizza in 4 to 5 minutes! At first I felt it was a little small but it makes perfect personal pizzas so no more fighting over toppings. Paddles did warp when cleaned, that is only complaint. Plan on buying a different one anyways. I put them under my heavy butchers block to flatten back out while still wet and they are fine again
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June 13, 2014
Ok, I've only used this once. Hopefully I don't have issues later, 'cause this little oven rocks! I made the same recipe I've made before, on a stone, in my oven and this is hands down better cooked, and in only 6 MINUTES! Yes, the paddles warp a bit, but I'm only using them to remove the done pizza. I actually assembled mine on the stone rather than try to transfer it. I'm going to try a cinnamon roll-type dessert next… I got mine for a great pre-holiday price, or I might not had gone for it.
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January 13, 2015
true reviews
i just used my pizza maker for the first time and love must pre-heat but once you do it cooks pizza so fast you can just pump them out.i made pizza on a pita and it comes out like a crispy thin crust in 3 minutes on the nose.its 1 downside is however most full size frozen pizzas are too large for the pizza stone ,however personal single serve would work just fine.looking forward to using the deep dish fan for chicago style deep dish.
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December 29, 2014
10 months ago
The Pizza Maker works well. When I received the product the ready light did not work, so I just allow the Pizza Maker to heat up for 10 minutes before starting with the pizza. Not a big enough problem to send it back, but a big disappointed this basic feature did not work properly. Happy with the product overall. Would have given it 5 stars if the light worked.
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July 8, 2015
3 months ago
Must have for homemade pizza
I recently got into making homemade pizza, but the standard oven just wouldn't get hot enough. My husband would complained that it's not "crispy" enough. When this went on sale for Cyber Monday, I took it as a sign and bought it. I am so glad I did. The product does do what it says. In fact, you really have to be careful about the temperature setting and how long you leave your pizza in there because it gets hot very fast. I made a thin crust pizza and it was done in 5 minutes (straight from the freezer). I haven't had any issues with the dough sticking yet, because I parbake all my pizza dough and make frozen pizzas in one big. I have also used it to bake frozen chicken nuggest with great success. It's a definite buy if you want awesome pizza at home.
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December 18, 2014
10 months ago
The heat was great and the pizza cooked and came out well. But I REALLY struggled with the paddles and getting the pizza onto the stone. The paddles were fairly useless even with a lot of flour. All the toppings fell to the center. Any toppings that hit the stone (cheese) burned. The stone looked like I had used it for ten years after one evening of use. On the 4th pizza, I didn't flour the dough enough on the bottom and it stuck. Not only could I not cook the remaining pizzas, it took forever to hack away at it because you aren't supposed to get it wet or use a scaper. Overall, it became so time intensive and problematic that it would have been easier to buy a pizza.
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August 25, 2015
Great pizza maker!
Got the pizza maker for Christmas gift and used it for the first time last night. Tried it out on a rising crust frozen pizza and it turned out great. Followed the directions that came with the pizza maker. Can't wait for deep dish, and making my own dough.
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January 2, 2015

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Sent to my son in Law School who is sharing a house with 5 other Law Students. Thought they would have fun with it.
Margaret H on Sep 28, 2015
gift for child
Mitchell C on Sep 26, 2015
As a gift for NYC apartment dwellers with small kitchen.
John S on Sep 28, 2015
I don't eat any grains and thought that I could use this with an almond and coconut flax based dough but was wrong and donated the item to an auction at the local DAV.
Ray M on Sep 26, 2015
I love this oven but the stone is now REALLY nasty and burnt, the burnt taste is affecting the pizzas. I have scraped but it is BLACK. Maybe it is the olive oil keeping the dough pliant, but I need a new stone. HELP! What can I do?
A shopper on Nov 5, 2014
Best Answer: Here's a link to the manufacturer's Contact info:
Reply (3) · Report · Amanda MStaff on Nov 12, 2014
how do you transfer the pizza to the hot stone?

We are struggling with this seemingly easy to use device. We are using fresh dough from Trader Joes, but can't seem to transfer the pizza from the wooden paddles to the hot stone without incurring a huge mess. We flour both the wooden paddles and the stone, but the dough completely sticks to the paddles and the pizza refuses to budge. When flouring the stone the flour burns and the whole machine starts smoking (even on a low temp). What are we doing wrong? Are you guys starting with the dough on the stone? Everyone says this is the easiest thing to use - help!
A shopper on Sep 20, 2013
Best Answer: I highly suggest you use cornstarch instead of flour on the paddle and stone. We here in Customer Service initially had a very similar issue, but when cornstarch was used to make pizza #2, it came out beautifully
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Sep 22, 2013
Where can I buy a replacement ceramic pizza stone?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2013
Best Answer: Replacement stones are available directly through the manufacturer.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Dec 2, 2013
Does using gluten free dough require anything different?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2013
Best Answer: My daughter-in-law found a gluten-free dough. It is called ""Pamela's Bread Mix"". I found it in the organic section at Kroger's - one of the newer nicer stores. It is also available thru Amazon. In addition, Bob's Red Mill has a similar product. Read the Amazon reviews for handling of this dough. I have Pamela's, which I will use soon for a visiting friend, and the package instructions are NOT as specific as some of the Amazon suggestions! You do Not need a stand mixer with whisk attachment. Julie pre-baked hers in the oven, then slid it onto the Pizzeria stone. It came out beautifully
Reply · Report · ChefCherryl on Jan 10, 2014
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does this work with gluten free dough?
Jeremy on Oct 14, 2014
Best Answer: The manual doesn't contain any recipes, nor is there any information online about using gluten free dough, but I still imagine you could. I just think it would take some trial & error & I'd start on a low temperature.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 15, 2014
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How do you clean the pizza stone?

Our first two attempts were really wonderful. On this third attempt the pizza burnt horribly on the bottom and was not edible at all. So now it's got alot of built up crud on the stone. I have a scrubber but won't it get burnt the next time now? Also, any ideas of why it burnt so badly? We followed the same procedure as last time
A shopper on Jan 21, 2014
Best Answer: The easiest way to remove build up from this stone is to simply burn it off. To keep your crust from burning in the future, I can tell you from experience that it's best to be very liberal with the cornstarch
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Jan 29, 2014
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Can the non stick pan be removed?

I don't cook with non stick ... Don't think it's healthy so can the non stick part be removed?
A shopper on Sep 14, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, the nonstick pan can be removed, but you won't be able to make deep dish pizzas without it
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Sep 15, 2013
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I just messed up. I read the directions when I first got my pizzeria, but forgot I couldn't put the stone in water. I did. Now, what happens? Do I have to toss it out or can I purchase a new stone? When I transferred my pizza from the paddles some of the cheese slipped off and made a horrible mess. Thanks.
judy i on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: Putting the stone in water is not a problem. The problem is using detergent or oven cleaner. If you just used water, that is what you are supposed to do along with a stiff bristle brush to clean the stone. I then put in the oven or back in the pizzeria for 30-60 minutes to dry it out (especially any water that may get trapped along the metal handles and rim.) My wife and I have been very impressed with the ease and consistency of making pizzas with this small easy to use machine. Good luck
Reply (1) · Report · Scott G on Dec 14, 2014
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What is the height from stone surface to the heating element

I like to put on toppings that can be rather high, so how high can toppings be applied before hitting the top heating element? And does the crust get a nice char flavor
A shopper on Sep 19, 2013
Best Answer: From the top of the stone to the heating coil, there is 1 1/2"" of space. I don't believe that this oven really provides a char flavor. If you're looking for a good char, I'd suggest taking a look at the Pizzeria Pronto, as it reaches the high temperature you'd need to achieve this flavor
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Sep 22, 2013
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Does the top close?
A shopper on Oct 14, 2014
Best Answer: It doesn't close altogether, but the lid does come down so it sits flush with the cooking surface.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Oct 14, 2014
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Thawed or frozen pizza dough, ambiguous directions

Two places in the instruction booklet say the dough should be thawed if frozen pizza is used, and yet on 'Style of Pizza Bases' it says that frozen pizza can be put directly in the unit straight from the freezer. Which is it? I use gluten free frozen pizza as well as fresh GF dough, and I don't want to damage the unit
A shopper on May 1, 2014
Best Answer: I looked through this manual twice and I couldn't find anywhere that suggested you could put frozen dough into this pizza oven without first defrosting the dough. I suggest defrosting all pizzas before cooking them.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on May 5, 2014
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Can you cook a calzone in this?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, this pizza oven can be used to make calzones
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Dec 9, 2013
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Pizza pan?

If there is a pizza pan out there that fits inside the unit, can it be used instead of just sliding the dough off the peel? I suppose there might be the problem of the pan warping while exposed to the heat but I don't know about that. How hot does the unit get
A shopper on Sep 24, 2013
Best Answer: This pizza oven reaches temperatures over 710°. It is not recommended that you use a pan other than the stone or deep dish pan provided with this oven.
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Sep 25, 2013
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Just received this after ordering online. NO INSTRUCTION BOOKLET, and none I can find on this site. Where can I find??
Lindy on Oct 16, 2014
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Is this too hot for a child?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2015
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Best Answer: The stone and the electric coil become very very hot. I would not let a child place the pizza on the stone. I would absolutely recommend adult supervision. However I think it could be a great cooking experience: making the dough, patting it out, putting cheese/sauce/veggies on the pizza is FUN. But let an adult do the transferring onto the hot stone.
Reply · Report · Brenda S on Feb 18, 2015
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How does making sandwiches with this work? Does it burn?
Isaac M on Feb 10, 2015
Best Answer: We have used this to make Quesadillas, Open faced pizzas (using pita bread or tortillas), cooking frozen pizzas and even toasting bread with ham and light cheese - we love it.
Reply · Report · Eric S on Feb 11, 2015
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My unit smokes REALLY BAD?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2015
Best Answer: Mine only smoked/smelled the first time I used it (including the pre-heating) or before I learned to turn the temperature down a smidgen when pizza began burning on top.
However I have an idea you might check... Last night we used ours and when I lifted the stone off to scrape off debris, I noticed that there were some completely charred tidbits inside the unit, near the heating elements. Have you checked there?
Reply · Report · Nancy V on Jan 20, 2015
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Has anyone every tried a gluten free, non-grain crust such as an almond meal crust?
Kay C on Dec 28, 2014
Best Answer: You cannot just substitute any type of gluten-free flour for any other because in many instances you get a mess because of consistency factors. Bisquick makes a good gluten-free baking mix with a pizza crust recipe on the back. The consistency of this is closest to a regular pizza crust plus they tell you to add Italian pizza seasoning to it and it is a heavenly aroma while cooking.
Reply · Report · Anne W on Jan 6, 2015
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I read somewhere that this oven can be used to bake Indian naan because of the high temperature attainable. Any experience with this or similar?
Lawrence B on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: I have never made Indian naan before. From what I can tell this is typically cooked in a skillet or on a griddle. I used my pizzeria for the first time last night. I cooked a frozen, thin crust pizza. It worked great.
Reply · Report · JANICE W on Dec 13, 2014
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How much dough do you need for each pizza?
A shopper on Jan 5, 2014
Best Answer: I tend to purchase the pre-made pizza dough available at our grocery store and then divide each ball into two. If you stretch that our pretty thinly, it makes a crust that we think is just the right size for an adult personal pizza or to be split between two young kids
Reply · Report · ItalianAfficianado on Jan 10, 2014
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Could you tell me if it works at 110-220 W?
Cleide G on May 18, 2015
Best Answer: Ours is 110V electric and we love it. Highly recommended!
Reply · Report · mark j on May 18, 2015
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is this too hot for a child to use?
A shopper on Nov 24, 2014
Best Answer: I would not allow a child to use this pizza maker.
Reply · Report · Rosalea D on Dec 7, 2014
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What color is this oven?

The pictures show a red pizza oven, but one of the users posting in the reviews showed a black oven. Like to order as a gift, but would like to know what I'm ordering (to coordinate with other items in the gift...). It doesn't state in the product description, that I can find. Thanks
A shopper on Dec 1, 2013
Best Answer: The pizza oven we carry is red.
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Where can I get a replacement stone?? Having a hard time finding!
Toni Lynn D on Sep 27, 2015
Best Answer: At this time, there isn't a website that sells the stone separately. This website provides contact info for the manufacturer in the US:
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Yikes! Went to use my pizza oven and found mold on the stone. How do I remove it?
Tricia C on May 19, 2015
Best Answer: Sorry, I don't have a clue how to remove mold from a pizza stone.
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I have one petite pizzeria oven and I'm really pleased with it.
I will like to buy some pizza paddles
Do you sell it how much it cost?
alejandro c on Mar 20, 2015
Best Answer: I recommend the Epicurean Pizza Peel, which is the right size for your Pizzeria oven, is multi-functional and includes a lifetime warranty. $24.95 currently at Sur La Table and worth every penny!
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What's the difference between this item and SKU: 1272053 ?
Scott P on Jan 19, 2015
Best Answer: I really don't know. I would ask Sur la Table
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What is the difference between the LD-902 and the LD-902SLT?
Ron B on Jan 17, 2015
Best Answer: The LD-902 only heats to 300 degrees whereas the LD-902SLT reaches 600 degrees. Huge difference in how your pizza with turn out. THe LD-902SLT is the better of the two, hands down.
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Has anyone experience with deep dish variety? Or with using the non-stick insert in general?
Lawrence B on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: ill let u now after the holidays Iam giving it as a gift to someone who makes pizzas all the time,but it will be after the hoidys.
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Does this have the removable stone?

I purchased one from another retailer and it had the fixed stone which is rather inconvenient for cleaning.
A shopper on Mar 21, 2014
Best Answer: It is removable. It also comes with a deep dish pan, but haven't tried that yet
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What is the weight of the Petite Pizzeria?
A shopper on Sep 5, 2013
Best Answer: This pizza maker is about 15 lbs.
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Do recipes and instructions on how to use and clean the pizzeria come with the set?
judy i on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: Yes, it comes with an instruction manual.
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How do I ship to multiple addresses?
Luanne M on Nov 28, 2014
Best Answer: Call Customer Service at 800 243 0852. We can place multiple address orders by phone.
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can I use cauliflower instead of dough, as the pizza crust in the pizza oven?
Kathy B on Sep 29, 2014
Best Answer: Since this pizza oven reaches 710°, I'd be afraid that a dough made of cauliflower would burn. I haven't found a cauliflower pizza recipe for temperatures over 450°.
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How dirty should the stone be?

It says not to use anything to clean the stone (water, soap, etc.) but just to scrape it with the paddle. After only 1 use, it has a lot of oil-type stains, dark spots, etc. Is this ok/normal? We did add toppings while on the stone, but were quite careful, so it's mostly from things falling off, I guess. Do I just keep using it, with it getting dirtier each time? Thanks in advance
allazone on May 26, 2014
Best Answer: This is completely normal. Your stone will become seasoned and change drastically over time. The only real way to remove anything from the stone is to bake it for several hours until any residue is burned off the stone.
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Comparison to oven pizza cooking

I'm contemplating buying this product and am wondering how different the results really are from cooking a pizza in an oven. I make decent pizza as it is, but am really looking for slightly burnt and airy crust. Will this device achieve that
A shopper on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer: According to the reviews that I've read, yes. Since this oven is specifically made for cooking pizza, it should cook your crust significantly better than an oven can
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