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Posted 28th Mar

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  • Weight:

    Total: 6.8kg (approx.), Ceramic pizza stone: 2.3kg (approx.)

If you're throwing an outdoor party this year make sure you have more than a few burgers and sausages to offer. This Gardenline Barbeque Pizza Oven will help you provide a sharing favourite for everyone to enjoy. Portable with 2 carry handles, this barbeque pizza oven can be used on gas and charcoal barbecues to cook pizzas of up to 12 inches in 10 minutes. Made of ceramic stone with an easy-to-clean stainless steel interior, this is a sure fire way to keep everyone happy.


Features
  • Works on gas and charcoal barbecues
  • Ceramic pizza stone
  • Temperature gauge
  • 2 Carry handles
  • Easy to clean
  • Stainless steel interior

Guarantee/Warranty

3 Years
Safety Warning
Risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Barbecues must not be used indoors or in confined spaces.
Suitable For Outdoor use only

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That's Pizza Express covered just need to find a pressurised deep fat fryer to cover off KFC ...
Home Bargain Pizza Stone at about £4 placed on your BBQ does pretty much exactly the same as this
Great price,just have to get family and friends round....wait...
shutsy200329/03/2020 15:07

starting at £200 to £600 I’ll stick with my £4 pizza stone thanks


Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth it.

Yeh I started with a pizza stone in a conventional oven, then got an aldi wood fired smoker thing (falsely labelled as a pizza oven) which was a complete waste of £100! It's not a pizza oven... Same to be said for this "BBQ Pizza Oven".

Then bought a Gozney Roccbox. A proper pizza oven will churn out quality Neapolitan pizza one after the other, the way it's supposed to be cooked at 400°c in around 90 seconds.

Pizza stone is fine in the kitchen oven to make one pizza to share with the fam but it's poor on a BBQ, burnt bottom, dough not cooked through, raw toppings and zero bubbling/barely melted cheese = rubbish pizza.
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That's Pizza Express covered just need to find a pressurised deep fat fryer to cover off KFC ...
Great price,just have to get family and friends round....wait...
Will this not be free delivery?
Home Bargain Pizza Stone at about £4 placed on your BBQ does pretty much exactly the same as this
I can’t see this online, anyone have a link so I can see the details
Yes, surely free delivery applies to order £20 or over?
A pizza stone alone is probably good enough
Post is updated to reflect what should be free delivery based on the same item on sale last year..

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Edited by: "PennyTrader" 28th Mar
MrCharlie28/03/2020 14:29

That's Pizza Express covered just need to find a pressurised deep fat …That's Pizza Express covered just need to find a pressurised deep fat fryer to cover off KFC ...


You can do a pizza in the oven at 200C if you make your own fresh dough using 00 flour. The ones I do are super crispy thin crust.

I use the induction hob for deep frying in oil. But I don't personally want to replicate anything from KFC.
I’ve tried and tried but my pizza doughs always come out crap! Can never get them to rise and go fluffy always end up soggy and flat I’ve tried various online recipes, the Pizza Express cookbook, and followed the ingredients and prep down to a T! Can anybody help me with a recipe they use or any tips please I’d be very grateful!!
try ooni app for pizza dough recipes. They make the best pizza oven and know much about the dough as well.
LUVaGooDEAL28/03/2020 19:51

I’ve tried and tried but my pizza doughs always come out crap! Can never g …I’ve tried and tried but my pizza doughs always come out crap! Can never get them to rise and go fluffy always end up soggy and flat I’ve tried various online recipes, the Pizza Express cookbook, and followed the ingredients and prep down to a T! Can anybody help me with a recipe they use or any tips please I’d be very grateful!!



use an iron griddle pan, oil it, heat it on the hob, then when moderately hot place dough in it. turn off hob and then put toppings on ..by the time you've done that the base is more or less cooked .. place pan under a hot grill until top is cooked. thats it.

any pizza dough method will work .. just make sure your yeast is live and dont directly mix it with the salt , for the dough to prove .. you can heat up a glass of water microwave for 90 seconds or so then place the dough into the microwave oven (in suitable container - cover with cling film) along with the glass of warn water until dough rises.
Edited by: "wendy07" 28th Mar
Thanks Wendy will give it a go;)
shutsy200328/03/2020 15:37

Home Bargain Pizza Stone at about £4 placed on your BBQ does pretty much …Home Bargain Pizza Stone at about £4 placed on your BBQ does pretty much exactly the same as this


u got a link for them please
drake3129/03/2020 09:57

u got a link for them please


homebargains.co.uk/pro…spx

Out of stock on line it would appear, however whenever I've visited in store they usually have them on display (Cheshire)
The pizza stone will go black which is perfectly normal. Just pop in on the bbq, heat the BBQ up, sprinkle flour on the stone, put your pizza on, close the lid and give it a few minutes. Allow the stone to cool when finished and DON'T wash it is the main thing or run it under any water.
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Edited by: "shutsy2003" 29th Mar
shutsy200329/03/2020 10:05

https://www.homebargains.co.uk/products/10950-kitchen-13-pizza-stone-wheel.aspxOut of stock on line it would appear, however whenever I've visited in store they usually have them on display (Cheshire)The pizza stone will go black which is perfectly normal. Just pop in on the bbq, heat the BBQ up, sprinkle flour on the stone, put your pizza on, close the lid and give it a few minutes. Allow the stone to cool when finished and DON'T wash it is the main thing or run it under any water.[Image]


No need to sprinkle extra flour on the stone, flour burns, goes black and bitter tasting. Once the bottom is cooked (which will be the only thing that is cooked using a BBQ pizza topper) it'll come away from the stone anyway
These BBQ pizza toppers are a waste of 40 quid, put it towards something decent like an Ooni or roccbox if you really see yourself making pizza on a regular basis.
burgo129/03/2020 11:21

These BBQ pizza toppers are a waste of 40 quid, put it towards something …These BBQ pizza toppers are a waste of 40 quid, put it towards something decent like an Ooni or roccbox if you really see yourself making pizza on a regular basis.


starting at £200 to £600 I’ll stick with my £4 pizza stone thanks
shutsy200329/03/2020 15:07

starting at £200 to £600 I’ll stick with my £4 pizza stone thanks


Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth it.

Yeh I started with a pizza stone in a conventional oven, then got an aldi wood fired smoker thing (falsely labelled as a pizza oven) which was a complete waste of £100! It's not a pizza oven... Same to be said for this "BBQ Pizza Oven".

Then bought a Gozney Roccbox. A proper pizza oven will churn out quality Neapolitan pizza one after the other, the way it's supposed to be cooked at 400°c in around 90 seconds.

Pizza stone is fine in the kitchen oven to make one pizza to share with the fam but it's poor on a BBQ, burnt bottom, dough not cooked through, raw toppings and zero bubbling/barely melted cheese = rubbish pizza.
burgo129/03/2020 15:51

Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth …Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth it.Yeh I started with a pizza stone in a conventional oven, then got an aldi wood fired smoker thing (falsely labelled as a pizza oven) which was a complete waste of £100! It's not a pizza oven... Same to be said for this "BBQ Pizza Oven".Then bought a Gozney Roccbox. A proper pizza oven will churn out quality Neapolitan pizza one after the other, the way it's supposed to be cooked at 400°c in around 90 seconds. Pizza stone is fine in the kitchen oven to make one pizza to share with the fam but it's poor on a BBQ, burnt bottom, dough not cooked through, raw toppings and zero bubbling/barely melted cheese = rubbish pizza.


So you saying we shouldn't buy this then?
Incoming! Thanks OP
Just chuck it in your oven 10 minutes done...
That's a lot of dough for something you may use twice...
pablomalin28/03/2020 15:20

https://www.which.co.uk/news/2020/03/new-cheap-aldi-bbq-pizza-oven-on-sale/


pointless
I've got a stone recovered from a broken Ferrari pizza oven. Looks the same as Home Bargains stone. Tried it in the oven at 200 deg and the base of the pizza didnt crisp or brown. Anything I'm doing wrong? Btw the Ferrari pizza oven made lush pizza, I may have to invest in another.
Edited by: "jonhoggy" 29th Mar
arjun31128/03/2020 15:47

A pizza stone alone is probably good enough


Will that not end up with a cooked base and uncooked toppings?
burgo129/03/2020 11:21

These BBQ pizza toppers are a waste of 40 quid, put it towards something …These BBQ pizza toppers are a waste of 40 quid, put it towards something decent like an Ooni or roccbox if you really see yourself making pizza on a regular basis.


Agree. I've had pizza from an ooni and it was excellent. Cooked in about 45 seconds.
Ooni or check out this one - I get great results with it. Now just need to find some strong white flour stoveworlduk.co.uk/out…ven
burgo129/03/2020 15:51

Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth …Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth it.Yeh I started with a pizza stone in a conventional oven, then got an aldi wood fired smoker thing (falsely labelled as a pizza oven) which was a complete waste of £100! It's not a pizza oven... Same to be said for this "BBQ Pizza Oven".Then bought a Gozney Roccbox. A proper pizza oven will churn out quality Neapolitan pizza one after the other, the way it's supposed to be cooked at 400°c in around 90 seconds. Pizza stone is fine in the kitchen oven to make one pizza to share with the fam but it's poor on a BBQ, burnt bottom, dough not cooked through, raw toppings and zero bubbling/barely melted cheese = rubbish pizza.


Never suffered with undercooked pizza on my stone on the BBQ
Each to their own but I won’t be parting with hundreds of pounds sorry for something which will probably end up under the kitchen sink (if it’d fit) along with bread and toasted sandwich makers and air friers
Edited by: "shutsy2003" 29th Mar
That's not a BBQ, that's an outdoor grill.
On the list of '101 pieces of crap the planet really shouldn't be pumping out' this has to rank up there.
shutsy200329/03/2020 18:43

Never suffered with undercooked pizza on my stone on the BBQ Each to …Never suffered with undercooked pizza on my stone on the BBQ Each to their own but I won’t be parting with hundreds of pounds sorry for something which will probably end up under the kitchen sink (if it’d fit) along with bread and toasted sandwich makers and air friers


Yeh it's a bit of an investment that's only worthwhile if you're certain you'll use it but it's money well spent if put to good use and will likely last a lifetime.

When I fire up the pizza oven, I'll knock out an average 4-6 pizzas each cooking session, more if we have people coming round. Lost count how many pizzas I've cooked since 2018, well over 100 so got my money back through hundreds of pounds worth of pizza 😁

The BBQ pizza topper at £40 is money down the drain, like you said, might as well buy a pizza stone that does the same thing at a fraction of the cost.
sandstone128/03/2020 14:30

Great price,just have to get family and friends round....wait...


Not a problem if you live in Derby, mind you.
“If you’re throwing an outdoor party this year” - yeah no the world is on LOCKDOWN you’re absolutely not.
burgo129/03/2020 15:51

Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth …Just warning others to put their money towards something that's worth it.Yeh I started with a pizza stone in a conventional oven, then got an aldi wood fired smoker thing (falsely labelled as a pizza oven) which was a complete waste of £100! It's not a pizza oven... Same to be said for this "BBQ Pizza Oven".Then bought a Gozney Roccbox. A proper pizza oven will churn out quality Neapolitan pizza one after the other, the way it's supposed to be cooked at 400°c in around 90 seconds. Pizza stone is fine in the kitchen oven to make one pizza to share with the fam but it's poor on a BBQ, burnt bottom, dough not cooked through, raw toppings and zero bubbling/barely melted cheese = rubbish pizza.


I've always had great success with the pizza stone on the BBQ method. Admittedly I have a pretty decent kettle BBQ, the Weber Mastertouch 57CM, but I think it usually comes down to the setup.

Assuming you have a decent sized BBQ, so 57 CM+, split the hot coals in two and bank on either side of the BBQ, add the grill and place the pizza stone in the middle and close the lid to let everything heat up. Add the pizza after about 5 mins and close the lid again. Within around 10 mins you should have a perfectly baked pizza.

If you do it the way I have suggested the heat gets to circulate the BBQ like an oven and does not superheat the stone.

Should you have a BBQ like mine you'll have vents at the bottom and in the lid, leave them fully open for the first 5 mins when everything heats and set them to half closed when you add the pizza.
Edited by: "david_robinson94" 29th Mar
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As recommended above buy an ooni wood fired pizza oven. Had mine for a few years and it’s used weekly in the summer for pizza and other foods like Steak. Well worth the investment.
Isn't this offer was a bit ill-timed?
Would think of this, if there would not be lock down at the moment , God know when will can use it for Garden Party's and when all is over, heat from me priece still Good
david_robinson9429/03/2020 19:42

I've always had great success with the pizza stone on the BBQ method. …I've always had great success with the pizza stone on the BBQ method. Admittedly I have a pretty decent kettle BBQ, the Weber Mastertouch 57CM, but I think it usually comes down to the setup.Assuming you have a decent sized BBQ, so 57 CM+, split the hot coals in two and bank on either side of the BBQ, add the grill and place the pizza stone in the middle and close the lid to let everything heat up. Add the pizza after about 5 mins and close the lid again. Within around 10 mins you should have a perfectly baked pizza.If you do it the way I have suggested the heat gets to circulate the BBQ like an oven and does not superheat the stone.Should you have a BBQ like mine you'll have vents at the bottom and in the lid, leave them fully open for the first 5 mins when everything heats and set them to half closed when you add the pizza.


Sure you could make a decent enough pizza with the right amount of understanding and effort but it is a lot of effort and waiting around for a single pizza when a purpose built pizza oven will churn out as many as you can eat, one after the other in quick succession with very little effort.
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