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12 inch Pizza Oven! Don't forget 4% quidco! £14.99 @ Maplin ! (£14.39 quidco)

£14.99 @ Maplin
Product Features * Electric pizza oven * Cooks pizzas up to 12-inches in diameter * 700W heating element * 30 minute timer with traditional bell ring * Compact flat design …
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Product Features

* Electric pizza oven
* Cooks pizzas up to 12-inches in diameter
* 700W heating element
* 30 minute timer with traditional bell ring
* Compact flat design
* Also suitable for a variety of other foods
* Perfect for re-heating food
* Ideal for students or where space is limited
* Save energy by heating a small oven instead of your large main oven
* Perfect pizza every time!

This electric pizza oven is ideal for students or for homes with limited space thanks to it''s compact flat design. In addition to making perfect 12-inch pizzas, it is also suitable for many other foods, including cheese on toast, sausage rolls/pasties, chips, burgers, garlic bread, cookies and cakes.
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#1
direct link p&p is £2.99 unless you spend £35 http://www.maplin.co.uk/module.aspx?moduleno=223720
thanks op hubby will like this
#2
Got one of these last year.Certainly got my money's worth out of it!
#3
Must...resist...urge...to...buy...something...I...don't...ne.........DAMMIT!

Ahh well, I suppose I could take it to work for the lads to use.
#4
Many Thanks - just bought one for the caravan!
#5
Can this heat up garlic bread properly, like an oven does?
banned#6
All those with gas cookers should buy one..... just incase.
#7
Looks like a really cool nifty idea. Hot for me.
#8
Do most kitchens not have an oven ??????????????
#9
I really shouldnt look on here after Ive been to the pub!
#10
Darn....not good for camping :?
1 Like #11
I might have to buy this...I need something to excite me about university, after all.
#12
voted hot :p
#13
Got one of these last time they were on cheap. It's quite nice for baguettes / croissants / other bread-y things (and pizza, of course). Everything takes a little longer before it's done than with a conventional oven in my experience, though, but hey, you won't have to leave your room, ever!
banned#14
love it. saves putting the oven on for a poxy pizza
#15
Great deal as I picked this up the last time it was featured on HUKD.

kudos1uk , 2 reasons why this is better than a normal oven.

1. While it takes longer to cook, it tastes better in this oven! Seriously! When I first got it, I compared the same pizzas in this and my home oven and it was better in the pizza oven!
After a few months of using the pizza oven, I decided to use a normal oven this week for my usual store bought pizza and the taste was not as rich.

2. Power saving. It's a 700watt oven and our main fan oven is probably around 2kwatts.

So, plain and simple - save on power and get a better tasting pizza out of it!
#16
imdurc
Great deal as I picked this up the last time it was featured on HUKD.

kudos1uk , 2 reasons why this is better than a normal oven.

1. While it takes longer to cook, it tastes better in this oven! Seriously! When I first got it, I compared the same pizzas in this and my home oven and it was better in the pizza oven!
After a few months of using the pizza oven, I decided to use a normal oven this week for my usual store bought pizza and the taste was not as rich.

2. Power saving. It's a 700watt oven and our main fan oven is probably around 2kwatts.

So, plain and simple - save on power and get a better tasting pizza out of it!


spend £14.99 to save on energy.......yeah i don't think so.

as for the taste? probably all in the mind
#17
I also think the pizza tastes better after heating on this.


Might all be in the mind but so what.......if you think it tastes better that's all that counts.
#18
anything to do with the production and consumption of 'scouser's laptops' is hot.
#19
Tempting, but I'm after one with a built in pizza stone.
1 Like #20
Jeez, complete waste of money. Just heat a dry pan on the hob and turn the grill on max. Slide your pizza in pan and leave for a minute. Whack the pan under the grill for another couple of minutes. Hey presto, decent pizza (assuming you've made your dough yourself of course) in approx 3 mins depending on your grill. Then you can make another one. :)
#21
wife doesnt rate it.

Bought one last year.

now sitting in the attic collecting dust.
#22
I reckon I could fit the sandwich maker on top of this then the popcorn maker, carefully balance the expresso machine, fondue set and George Foreman, on one side, smoothie maker, ice-cream machine and juice extractor on the other side. The rice maker, electric wok, electric can opener/knife sharpener and electric carving knife will just squeeze above them, followed by the breadmaker, slow cooker, dustbuster and finally the deep-fat fryer and my Tower of Useless Kitchen Appliances will be complete.
#23
morales
spend £14.99 to save on energy.......yeah i don't think so.

as for the taste? probably all in the mind


Have to agree

At about 0.7p hour compared to 2.1p hour for leki oven seems good. But a gas or leki oven is much quicker so it will take years to break even. Also u can cook other things at some time in gas/leki oven

However if no oven then maybe
#24
Listen, I bought it because I fancied a nice cheap pizza oven. The 2 perks I mentioned are just happy additions to the deal. But the taste thing is not in my mind.
#25
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However if no oven then maybe

If no oven, then get a decent Panasonic micro/combi and cook this and 101 other things as well.
#26
does this 'smell' when cooking pizza? would people nearby be able to smell it?
#27
Anyone have any tips for cooking the pizzas in this? Im under the impression its a lot of trial and error to get it perfect. Also what else have people tried to cook with success?
1 Like #28
There's no smell from the machine itself at all.

Tips? Hmm...maybe just to be weary of the times that it would take in a big oven. I usually add 1-2 minutes extra. Otherwise, it cooks very well. Only thing I've noticed with mine is that it has recently started cooking more at one corner than the others. So, around halfway through, I swivel it half way round, so it cooks the whole pizza better. It used to cook fine, but has recently changed. Still great though!

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