G3 Ferrari Pizza Express Delizia G10006 Fornetto @ Amazon Italy £56.97 (delivered)
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G3 Ferrari Pizza Express Delizia G10006 Fornetto @ Amazon Italy £56.97 (delivered)

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Found 21st Dec 2015
£99.99 on Amazon UK.

Pay in euros (not pounds), and use a card that doesn't charge fees for foreign purchases (such as a Halifax Clarity card). If you don't possess a fee-free card, just download the Revolut app on your smartphone, make an account and use that.

Pizza oven with timer - Only household oven that can reach 390°C, the ideal temperature for professional pizza cooking.
Refractory stone hot-plate (Diameter 31cm).
Thermostat with 3 cooking settings and indicator light - Temperature range from 190 to 390 degree Celsius.
Dimensions: 31.5cm x 37.5cm x 25cm (high) - Available in either Red or Black.
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Look at how angry he looks oO 'This is my pizza now!'

http://www.buycleverstuff.co.uk/ekmps/shops/jhcccoukltd/images/pizza-express-delizia-31cm-electric-pizza-oven-g3-ferrari-14748-p.jpg
I just see him smiling with a pizza tonge.... Can't wait to tear his face open and rip it out grrrrrr pizza yum!
But are these any good, not the pizza, the machine.
This is the best kitchen aid I have ever owned, spectacular results on a par with pizza restaurants. Jamie Oliver recipe for pizza dough, I make mine in bread machine. Also use his tomato sauce recipe. I'm no professional chef, all the family gobsmacked how delicious they are. Buy one you want regret it.
wow... bought!

cant wait to get it.

Lately obsessed with pizza .. trying to replicate the local kebab shop style pizza their base is magic.
I'm going to guess it will come with Euro Plug Socket?
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andrew_galloway

I'm going to guess it will come with Euro Plug Socket?



Yes.
Love love love mine- still used once/twice per week after nearly 6 months owning it. When I'm lazy I buy store made pizza and still really happy with the resulting pizza
Ordered and came in a few days after but they posted in the actual retail box so as you can imagine it came battered and in a dirty ripped state so sent straight back. Never again. Very poor service
if i had space in my kitchen for one more gadget I would def buy it
101monkeys

Ordered and came in a few days after but they posted in the actual retail … Ordered and came in a few days after but they posted in the actual retail box so as you can imagine it came battered and in a dirty ripped state so sent straight back. Never again. Very poor service


I ordered twice from amazon italy, both came in outer amazon box so no problem with packaging. as for the machine AMAZING PIZZAS, 5 mins to make the dough, passata with some galic/bit of herb for your sauce
and bang on some topping. buy one of these & check out some recipies for dough/sauce etc and you'll never phone for a pizza again (and save a fortune)
How do we translate
I would agree - best tasting pizzas can be made with these - if you go to the trouble to make your own from scratch they are as good as anything I've got from a restaurant.

I've found even shop bought pizzas taste far superior (and cooks in about half the time) Aldi chilled ones are pretty good :-)

Only problem I've had and is a pretty major one! The top heating element died in mine after being used (a lot) - I'm still trying to find a replacement part any HUKD users managed to find a replacement?
Totale pagamento: GBP 58.94, not £56.97, for me.

OK im new to purchasing from Euro Amazon websites - it displays GBP, presumably as i have currency converter switched on - so I again, presume I get charged in GBP.

If I switch it off, will i pay less Euros but then be susceptible to being charged by my Mastercard for the currency conversion ?

Just not sure how the deal is quoting around £2 cheaper - wondered if ive got the above facts right anyone ?

Cheers
Edited by: "jonhoggy" 21st Dec 2015
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jonhoggy

Totale pagamento: GBP 58.94, not £56.97, for me. OK im new to … Totale pagamento: GBP 58.94, not £56.97, for me. OK im new to purchasing from Euro Amazon websites - it displays GBP, presumably as i have currency converter switched on - so I again, presume I get charged in GBP.If I switch it off, will i pay less Euros but then be susceptible to being charged by my Mastercard for the currency conversion ? Just not sure how the deal is quoting around £2 cheaper - wondered if ive got the above facts right anyone ?Cheers



Pay in euros (not pounds), and use a card that doesn't charge fees for foreign purchases (such as a Halifax Clarity card). If you don't possess a fee-free card, just download the Revolut app on your smartphone, make an account and use that.

Hope this helps.
Edited by: "ajavaid92" 22nd Dec 2015
Do not ever use Amazon Converter Service.
The Exchange rate is rubish.
Also MasterCard, Amex and Visa have charge £2.99 for buying goods with non pounds price.
Few cards do not charge that, the one is PostOfice Master Card but for other security reasons, Amazon.fr/de/it do not accept it.
Voted hot.
If anyone wants it from amazon uk than here is the link
amazon.co.uk/gp/…_47?qid=1450743314&sr=8-47π=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=pizza+oven

£49.95 + £4.95 delivery charge = £54.90
Dispatched from and sold by JM POSNER.
I don't think that's the same Ferrari brand.

Would like one but can't justify it.

Can you use uk Amazon gift vouchers? Or is the exchange rate rubbish?
fit finlay

I ordered twice from amazon italy, both came in outer amazon box so no … I ordered twice from amazon italy, both came in outer amazon box so no problem with packaging. as for the machine AMAZING PIZZAS, 5 mins to make the dough, passata with some galic/bit of herb for your sauceand bang on some topping. buy one of these & check out some recipies for dough/sauce etc and you'll never phone for a pizza again (and save a fortune)



lies. its **** easy to make pizza but really we want the gross overpriced, blends-in-with-everything culinary abortion that is pizza hut
Long thread with great advice from when this was posted a few months ago is here.

This is a bargain. I paid €95 for mine (black model) and haven't regretted it. Get yourself some 00 flour (preferably Caputo) and you will never buy a pre-made pizza again.

This is a pic of my first attempt that I posted in the thread I linked to
http://i.imgur.com/q5cVaP5.jpg
andrew_galloway

I'm going to guess it will come with Euro Plug Socket?


Yes, it does. A standard 13 amp EU to UK adapter I bought in argos is what I use with mine.
wilmslow3

Only problem I've had and is a pretty major one! The top heating element … Only problem I've had and is a pretty major one! The top heating element died in mine after being used (a lot) - I'm still trying to find a replacement part any HUKD users managed to find a replacement?



There is a little red devil sitting on my shoulder. He told me to tell you to buy another, swap it with the broken one and send it back. I of course told him that's very naughty indeed.

Edited by: "austinc" 22nd Dec 2015
Ordered for the Mrs's birthday, thank you OP
since when Ferrari do pizza ovens?
Be very careful with these, I had one and it's impossible to clean he base stone. Any leakage from the pizza or oil through it and it welds itself to the stone. Would not recommend.
Makes no difference what so ever to the taste of cooked pizza if the stone is marked. Impossible to stop cheese oozing onto the stone. Scrap excess off and wipe damp cloth. Just doesn't look very good but due to temperature it heats up to, hygiene wise, no problem at all
I'm with Jonahj on this one - our first attempt at pizza making was a disaster (we over -cheesed!) and the pizza stone now shows the scars, but it hasn't affected the subsequent pizza making one bit.

Awesome kitchen gadget!
richp_scc

Be very careful with these, I had one and it's impossible to clean he … Be very careful with these, I had one and it's impossible to clean he base stone. Any leakage from the pizza or oil through it and it welds itself to the stone. Would not recommend.



Do you think the inside of Italian pizza ovens are spotless? Makes no difference whatsoever. Recommended.
Anyone tried making naan bread in these? I've got a pretty good method with a searing hot thick oven tray and a grill and it gets great results but an alternative for my friends who are a bit flimsy would be good to know.
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Duelling Duck

Anyone tried making naan bread in these? I've got a pretty good method … Anyone tried making naan bread in these? I've got a pretty good method with a searing hot thick oven tray and a grill and it gets great results but an alternative for my friends who are a bit flimsy would be good to know.



Yep, my Mum made some the other day. Great tasting! However, only downside is that unlike the oven, you can only make one at a time (so can take up a lot of time!)
jonahj

This is the best kitchen aid I have ever owned, spectacular results on a … This is the best kitchen aid I have ever owned, spectacular results on a par with pizza restaurants. Jamie Oliver recipe for pizza dough, I make mine in bread machine. Also use his tomato sauce recipe. I'm no professional chef, all the family gobsmacked how delicious they are. Buy one you want regret it.


Just did thanks

Don't forget your euro adapter, got mine in the poundshop. Happy pizza making! quote=andysfast]

jonahj

This is the best kitchen aid I have ever owned, spectacular results on … This is the best kitchen aid I have ever owned, spectacular results on a par with pizza restaurants. Jamie Oliver recipe for pizza dough, I make mine in bread machine. Also use his tomato sauce recipe. I'm no professional chef, all the family gobsmacked how delicious they are. Buy one you want regret it.

Just did thanks[/quote]
That's fast
doh! (or should that be dough!!)...waited too long. up in price now
Banned
oh mamma mia!
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Recommended heat and time settings for frozen pizza?
Duelling Duck

Anyone tried making naan bread in these? I've got a pretty good method … Anyone tried making naan bread in these? I've got a pretty good method with a searing hot thick oven tray and a grill and it gets great results but an alternative for my friends who are a bit flimsy would be good to know.



Naans are great in it. That said a hot frying pan works pretty well as you don't have to do both sides at once.
steford

Naans are great in it. That said a hot frying pan works pretty well as … Naans are great in it. That said a hot frying pan works pretty well as you don't have to do both sides at once.


If you mean home made sticky naan then I cant get it to work, it does not seem to get hot enough. I normally cook them under a hot grill and have to turn them over.
andysfast

If you mean home made sticky naan then I cant get it to work, it does not … If you mean home made sticky naan then I cant get it to work, it does not seem to get hot enough. I normally cook them under a hot grill and have to turn them over.



Yep - homemade dough. Works just the same as it does for pizza. Highest heat setting of 3 with the stone warmed up for 10 mins.
steford

Yep - homemade dough. Works just the same as it does for pizza. Highest … Yep - homemade dough. Works just the same as it does for pizza. Highest heat setting of 3 with the stone warmed up for 10 mins.


So you have to pre heat it, that makes sense thanks, the wife makes great naan mixture in the bread maker then i add cheese and onion or peppers, mmmmmmm
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