G3 Ferrari Pizza Oven - £65.81 delivered at Amazon.IT
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G3 Ferrari Pizza Oven - £65.81 delivered at Amazon.IT

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Found 30th May 2017
I put a price alert on Camel Camel Camel for the G3 Ferrari pizza oven - This is one of the cheapest prices it's ever been. Reviews are fantastic and it seems to make restaurant quality pizza at 50p a pop. Currently selling at £99.99 on amazon.co.uk.

Info on the product is as follows;

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, Note that this product is authentic and is imported direct from Italy. If you purchase this product from a UK based company, it will be supplied with a UK plug as standard. If you purchase from an Italian supplier, your unit will come with a European style power plug.
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cold, i can get 2 large Dominos pizzas for the price of this
praise the lord for 2 for tuesdays!

Edited by: "cainer1" 30th May 2017
Mac007

dont forget your plug


Thanks. Don't forget to check out my podcast
restaurant quality pizza, that's a pity
cainer1

cold, i can get 2 large Domino's pizza's for the price of this


They always charge me extra for apostrophe toppings, you must know something I don't.
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I want this sooooooooo much but the Mrs would kill me as its another gadget I wouldn't use.

I do love a good kitchen gadget and I do love a proper pizza.

Heat
restaurant quality pizza, that's a pity
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joanddan7

I want this sooooooooo much but the Mrs would kill me as its another … I want this sooooooooo much but the Mrs would kill me as its another gadget I wouldn't use.I do love a good kitchen gadget and I do love a proper pizza.Heat


Yeah, it's been on my radar for over a year now - Finally bought it - Hopefully I'll be as impressed as all of the other reviewers!
Edited by: "Ryanposs" 30th May 2017
cold, i can get 2 large Dominos pizzas for the price of this
praise the lord for 2 for tuesdays!

Edited by: "cainer1" 30th May 2017
joanddan712 m ago

I want this sooooooooo much but the Mrs would kill me as its another …I want this sooooooooo much but the Mrs would kill me as its another gadget I wouldn't use.I do love a good kitchen gadget and I do love a proper pizza.Heat



Likewise!! lol
I bought one of these last time they were cheap direct from Amazon.it.

Positives: it arrived quickly and has potential to make a really good pizza if you get it dead right

Negatives: the temperature was very difficult to get just right, which made it stressful to use. Could only make one pizza at a time, and that could only be medium sized. The temperature control button broke off.

Conclusion, gone back to using two pizza stones in the oven at full heat. The results are always very good, its less stress and you can do two at same time. I'd actually forgotten I have one of these in the back of the cupboard...
I'd buy this if I had any room left at the back of my kitchen cupboards.
some worrying warranty issues and overheating. I think a uk warranty is best for this machine
dont forget your plug
another gadget that ends up in the shed
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Mac007

dont forget your plug


On that note, would this plug be okay to use with it? The G3 Ferrari page says it's 230v.

amazon.co.uk/Eur…VYK
Great device. Pretty much my only kitchen "gadget" that gets used regularly. Lovely pizzas, easy to use.

Cut the plug off and put a fused UK 3-pin on it or get a proper adaptor for a quid or two.
M_z

I bought one of these last time they were cheap direct from … I bought one of these last time they were cheap direct from Amazon.it.Positives: it arrived quickly and has potential to make a really good pizza if you get it dead rightNegatives: the temperature was very difficult to get just right, which made it stressful to use. Could only make one pizza at a time, and that could only be medium sized. The temperature control button broke off.Conclusion, gone back to using two pizza stones in the oven at full heat. The results are always very good, its less stress and you can do two at same time. I'd actually forgotten I have one of these in the back of the cupboard...



It really doesn't need to be dead right. Just make sure the element is on the entire time the pizza is cooking. This means leaving it open to cool whilst you get the next one ready and fanning it a bit if the light isn't on or simply bumping up the temp control. I start at about 2.5 and make 4 or 5 pizzas over 15-20 mins. Never an issue.
Mac007

dont forget your plug


Thanks. Don't forget to check out my podcast
cainer1

cold, i can get 2 large Domino's pizza's for the price of this


They always charge me extra for apostrophe toppings, you must know something I don't.
I've got two of these and they are amazing. Pizzas, garlic bread, naan bread all come out better than i've had in most restaurants. Use freshly made recipes and you can't go wrong!
steford

It really doesn't need to be dead right. Just make sure the element is on … It really doesn't need to be dead right. Just make sure the element is on the entire time the pizza is cooking. This means leaving it open to cool whilst you get the next one ready and fanning it a bit if the light isn't on or simply bumping up the temp control. I start at about 2.5 and make 4 or 5 pizzas over 15-20 mins. Never an issue.



Well, the burnt or undercooked efforts mine produced lead me to a different conclusion. But perhaps ill try again with your suggestion of leaving open and fanning it a bit.
cruisecars

another gadget that ends up in the shed



​The shed's useless. It doesn't fit in my cupboard
Thanks, ordered one to try. Any links to the 50p / good recipes?
I got some good quality pizza pans to use with mine,6 of them it makes life really easy.
Just a case of getting the pizza's all prepared then they just go in one after the other it takes about 5 min's each to cook, turning each one about every 2 mins for more even cooking.

Edited by: "sim11" 30th May 2017
M_z

Conclusion, gone back to using two pizza stones in the oven at full heat. … Conclusion, gone back to using two pizza stones in the oven at full heat.



What pizza stones do you use/recommend?

I kept reading reviews about pizza stones cracking or arriving broken.
thetarget

What pizza stones do you use/recommend?I kept reading reviews about pizza … What pizza stones do you use/recommend?I kept reading reviews about pizza stones cracking or arriving broken.



I have been using them for years, and they do all seem to break after a few years use. The last one I bought was the cheapest I could find on ebay, it arrived well packaged and is still going strong.
M_z

Well, the burnt or undercooked efforts mine produced lead me to a … Well, the burnt or undercooked efforts mine produced lead me to a different conclusion. But perhaps ill try again with your suggestion of leaving open and fanning it a bit.



Switch it on at 2.5 level. Make up your 1st pizza. When it's hot but the light not yet off the first one can go in. Open the lid and fan it down a bit just before placing the pizza on the stone. I turn the pizza about 2 mins in to ensure it's evenly cooked. When that's done leave the lid open and fan, make up the next one and repeat. Should the light go off just turn the heat up a bit. I've never had a failure - they are all great!
Order two of these at the same time, one for putting your pizzas on as you prepare them, another for taking them off when they're cooked.

Perfect sized wooden pizza peels
milesyboy1

Thanks, ordered one to try. Any links to the 50p / good recipes?


Probably not, I think the 50p was fictional.
Ryanposs

On that note, would this plug be okay to use with it? The G3 Ferrari page … On that note, would this plug be okay to use with it? The G3 Ferrari page says it's 230v.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Eurosonic-Travel-Adaptor-Plug-version/dp/B000P0FIUM/ref=pd_vtph_107_lp_tr_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=VAXSBWF5H9Z7CVEW1VYK



​It's not really a travel adapter you need, it's a schuko to UK, like this one. maplin.co.uk/p/s…55k
What a coincidence that this has come up!! I've just been contemplating buying a pizza oven but it would just be another back of the cupboard gadget. Years ago, I used to use a large terracotta floor tile as a pizza stone, it was brilliant but got lost in a house move, think I'll just invest in two floor tiles. I've just read that home bargains have pizza stones for £4.99. Now a wood fired bread oven would be my dream
gibblesuk

some worrying warranty issues and overheating. I think a uk warranty is … some worrying warranty issues and overheating. I think a uk warranty is best for this machine


But have you actually got one?
I have, it takes practice to use and the design could be better....But, you'll never have better Pizza, Naan etc.
If it works which according to feedback is not guaranteed
If you can't make good quality pizzas with this oven, you have no business going anywhere near a kitchen.
Amazing product for the price. Had mine since it was this price a few Years ago. Use it nearly every week. Great pizzas and garlic bread on this. See they now do one with dual stones probably better than the element.
I bought this via a HUKD post over a year ago and it's still sitting in its box unused. One day I'll try it.
Bought this 18months ago - still gets used every week and going strong and still makes fantastic pizza - would highly recommend
a couple of terracotta tiles and the oven on full for at least half an hour equals fab pizzas
I've had one of these for about 6 months. Use it 2-3 times per week. It's topslice.

I ended up with a totally burnt pizza the first time I used this (much hotter than a regular oven, obv) but I find that if you stick it on 2.5, let it warm up for 5 mins (just put the timer on - this gives the perfect amount of time to prepare your pizza anyway), then cook the pizza for 4-5 mins at the same temp, it ends up pretty much perfect.

I also use solely 00 flour when using this - currently using "Molino Grassi Italian Flour" (it's about £1/bag) on Amazon, but you do have to buy 10 bags at a time.

I've also found that the following recipe makes the perfect sized pizza dough for this machine:
- 125-130g flour
- 80g water (tepid)
- 1 teaspoon of yeast (or a bit less - depends how good your yeast is)
- 2/3 tablespoon of sugar
- 2/3 teaspoon salt
- Drizzle of oil

I mix the water, yeast and sugar in a bowl and leave for 5 mins, before adding to the dry ingredients, mixing and kneading. Leave it to proove/rise for about 30 mins after that and you're good to go.

Add your sauce + topping and you're off.

I ate one about an hour ago. It was delicious. I'll probably do the same again tomorrow. And the next day.
I make my own pizzas and normally use a stone to cook them in the oven, my only concern with buying this would be my pizzas are normally bigger than 12" which is what the diameter of the plates are. hmmmmmm does size matter?
amazinjosh

I've had one of these for about 6 months. Use it 2-3 times per week. It's … I've had one of these for about 6 months. Use it 2-3 times per week. It's topslice.I ended up with a totally burnt pizza the first time I used this (much hotter than a regular oven, obv) but I find that if you stick it on 2.5, let it warm up for 5 mins (just put the timer on - this gives the perfect amount of time to prepare your pizza anyway), then cook the pizza for 4-5 mins at the same temp, it ends up pretty much perfect.I also use solely 00 flour when using this - currently using "Molino Grassi Italian Flour" (it's about £1/bag) on Amazon, but you do have to buy 10 bags at a time.I've also found that the following recipe makes the perfect sized pizza dough for this machine:- 125-130g flour- 80g water (tepid)- 1 teaspoon of yeast (or a bit less - depends how good your yeast is)- 2/3 tablespoon of sugar- 2/3 teaspoon salt- Drizzle of oilI mix the water, yeast and sugar in a bowl and leave for 5 mins, before adding to the dry ingredients, mixing and kneading. Leave it to proove/rise for about 30 mins after that and you're good to go.Add your sauce + topping and you're off.I ate one about an hour ago. It was delicious. I'll probably do the same again tomorrow. And the next day.



Thanks for this! But what does 'topslice' mean? Don't think I've ever heard anyone say that before....
jwillis

Thanks for this! But what does 'topslice' mean? Don't think I've ever … Thanks for this! But what does 'topslice' mean? Don't think I've ever heard anyone say that before....



Really? Seems strange.
Thanks OP. Would the warranty still be valid in the UK? Any benefits in ordering a UK one over this?
Gary.the.Gooner

If you can't make good quality pizzas with this oven, you have no … If you can't make good quality pizzas with this oven, you have no business going anywhere near a kitchen.


It takes a bit of skill and practice to use well though, is not an idiot proof device designed to make life easier.
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