Comes in your choice of red or gray finish. Top and bottom elements heat up to 660 degrees Fahrenheit, simulating a brick oven. Settings for thin, medium, and thick crusts. Will fit up to an 11-inch pizza. Solid, well-made oven. Cooks a pizza in 6 to 10 minutes.
Top element is too low; any pizza over a thin crust (or piled too high with toppings) will burn. Breaking-in chemical smell at first.
Works well for pizza and other foods such as quesadillas, frittatas, flat breads, and cookies. Oven heats up in about five minutes, while pizzas take 10 minutes to cook. Decent price. 1440 watts of power. Easy to use.
Some complaints of uneven cooking, where the bottom cooks faster than the top. No on or off switch or temperature control, just a cord that plugs in. Some buyers report that this option stops working after several months.
Fun for family get-togethers and parties. Takes five minutes to heat up, 10 minutes to cook. Fits up to six small pizzas at a time. Easy to set up and clean.
Takes some trial and error to get a good pizza out of it. Some buyers say this option doesn't cook pizzas evenly.
Pizza takes about 15 minutes to cook. Also works for a variety of other foods, from chicken fingers to s'mores. Easy to clean and store. Comes with a timer. Top and bottom heating elements work separately, giving you full control over how this option cooks. Nice design.
This oven gets deceptively hot; be careful with it around children, or your own skin. Pizza cooks well, but does not end up piping hot when done. Has a break-in smell that clears up over time.
Heats up fast and cooks a pizza in under 10 minutes. Also works well for foods such as fries and wings, as well as for reheating foods. 1500 watts of power. Includes features such as an LED display, a simple to use timer, and one-touch cooking.
No window, so you can't keep an eye on your food as it cooks. Oven gets really hot when it is on; be careful about touching it. Some buyers said that this option cooks unevenly because of the way the heating elements are positioned.
Indoor pizza ovens are countertop kitchen appliances that specialize in baking pizza. They’re more convenient to use than a regular oven and won’t make your kitchen unbearably hot in the summer. Some even cook and reheat other things, such as chicken nuggets, quesadillas, and french fries. Some indoor pizza ovens are just modified toaster ovens. Others look like large waffle irons. There are also ones that have unique features, such as a rotating hot plate. Some will bake full-sized pizzas while others make mini-pizzas. Some have settings for different types of crusts. Expert cooks say pizza needs to be baked in as hot a temperature as possible. Indoor pizza ovens get hot enough to bake a pizza in 10 to 15 minutes.
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