G3 Ferrari pizza oven- stonbake pizza ready in 5 minutes  £57.96 delivered @ Amazon Italy
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G3 Ferrari pizza oven- stonbake pizza ready in 5 minutes £57.96 delivered @ Amazon Italy

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Found 28th Oct 2015
I know it's been posted several times but this is the cheapest it's been so far.

It got flaming hot when it was £62 now it's even cheaper at £57 i would sat get it now

£20 cheaper then in uk i would say it's worth getting from Amazon Italy
€80 delivered with exchange free card or £60 paying in pounds.

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Credit goes to member: 89quidyoucantgowrong for the first post.

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The G3 Ferrari G10006 DELIZIA pizza oven is the best solution for anyone who wants to make home-made pizza.

Very easy to use, it can bake home-made or frozen pizzas in only 5 minutes, thanks to the high cooking temperature.

The G3 Ferrari DELIZIA creates the authentic taste of pizza: the refractory cooking stone guarantees the same result as the traditional wood fueled pizza ovens. In addition it can be used to cook, without smoke or any bad smells, sweet or salted cakes, white pizzas and chestnuts.

Pizza oven with timer
Refractory stone hot-plate (Diameter 31cm)
Thermostat with 3 cooking settings and indicator light
Only household oven that can reach 390°C, the ideal temperature for
professional pizza cooking
Dimensions: 31.5cm x 37.5cm x 25cm (high)
Temperature range from 190 to 390 degree Celsius
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For old times sake - 200 pizzas ...

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Can't really gauge how big this is. What size pizzas (inches) can this cook?
31cm according to the Web page.
I've been thinking about buying this for ages. how does it compare with just sticking a baking stone in a normal oven and putting in on full?
Not big enough then. Shame really.
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brendanhickey

I've been thinking about buying this for ages. how does it compare with … I've been thinking about buying this for ages. how does it compare with just sticking a baking stone in a normal oven and putting in on full?

You won't get this temperature
stuarthanley

Not big enough then. Shame really.



12 inches not big enough for you? That's what she said

(sorry - watched the US version of the office yesterday)
Edited by: "delusion" 28th Oct 2015
Got this from Amazon Italy a couple of months ago, excellent piece of kit
I've noticed there is a plus version that has a stone on top too, does anyone know how this compares to the original?
R1992

Just had a read through the reviews on uk amazon..I think (working it out … Just had a read through the reviews on uk amazon..I think (working it out by the reviews) at one point this has been £50 and that was back in 2007(apparently that was too much for it lol). Awk the normal household oven and local takeaway will do for me :PMust resist urge..no space..



Set the reviews to latest first. Back when the Euro was 1.44 to the pound it was bound to be a fair bit cheaper, heck, eight years ago everything was cheaper! But these days, more people are interested in saving money in the household budget and a reasonable cook can make fantastic pizzas with this oven, potentially saving some families with a Dominos habit hundreds, perhaps thousands of pounds a year (£40 pizza bill x 50 weeks).

In the long thread I had running, it looked to me that a considerably large number of people ordered one and I only saw one or two people seeming to have regretted doing so. The positive feedback was overwhelming.

Go on, you know you want it!
jonohanson

I've noticed there is a plus version that has a stone on top too, does … I've noticed there is a plus version that has a stone on top too, does anyone know how this compares to the original?



You have to remove the top stone when cooking pizzas. Nobody seems to have come up with a use for the twin stone version. I think the manufacturer imagines it as some kind of sandwich toaster with the top stone in place. It's possible that the twin stone version might have a bit more headroom for deeper pizzas with the stone removed, I'm not sure though.
89quidyoucantgowrong

Set the reviews to latest first. Back when the Euro was 1.44 to the pound … Set the reviews to latest first. Back when the Euro was 1.44 to the pound it was bound to be a fair bit cheaper, heck, eight years ago everything was cheaper! But these days, more people are interested in saving money in the household budget and a reasonable cook can make fantastic pizzas with this oven, potentially saving some families with a Dominos habit hundreds, perhaps thousands of pounds a year (£40 pizza bill x 50 weeks).In the long thread I had running, it looked to me that a considerably large number of people ordered one and I only saw one or two people seeming to have regretted doing so. The positive feedback was overwhelming.Go on, you know you want it!


I did not need this reply, don't you understand, I cannot buy any more stuff from this site it's making me skint D:
No.
I'm not buying it.
Leave me alone.
Omg I spend roughly 450quid minimum a year on obligatory pizza every week. That's depressing.
Very sad..wow.
But then again I'd have to buy all the ingredients etc for this so yeah, no thanks but heat anyway.
But that is seriously a lot of money simply on pizza damnit.
R1992

But then again I'd have to buy all the ingredients etc for this so yeah, … But then again I'd have to buy all the ingredients etc for this so yeah, no thanks but heat anyway.



Pizza is literally one of the most simple foods you can make. I nearly always have a tupperware full of dough in my fridge at all times and always have a couple of portions of my homemade tomato sauce in the freezer.
Got this from Amazon Italy a few weeks back, awesome piece of kit. You'll never get a better Pizza, Conventional ovens just don't get hot enough, even with a stone.
Edited by: "Hondacars" 28th Oct 2015
Tempted to order one of these just so I can tell my car obsessed son that we will shortly own a Ferrari...:D
R1992

I did not need this reply, don't you understand, I cannot buy any more … I did not need this reply, don't you understand, I cannot buy any more stuff from this site it's making me skint D: No.I'm not buying it.Leave me alone.



You have to buy it. It's a DEAL
ollie87

Pizza is literally one of the most simple foods you can make. I nearly … Pizza is literally one of the most simple foods you can make. I nearly always have a tupperware full of dough in my fridge at all times and always have a couple of portions of my homemade tomato sauce in the freezer.


I used to always make my own pizza from scratch, but recently with work etc I didn't have really much time (or energy) so just get a delivery from the local, it's to die for pizza anyway plus don't eat out too much and have a relatively healthy ish diet usually, so a pizza a week shouldn't be too harmful (hopefully) ..plus life's too short lol.
But good on you for making your own
I'll try get back into making pizzas again soon..using my household oven..
R1992

I used to always make my own pizza from scratch, but recently with work … I used to always make my own pizza from scratch, but recently with work etc I didn't have really much time (or energy) so just get a delivery from the local, it's to die for pizza anyway plus don't eat out too much and have a relatively healthy ish diet usually, so a pizza a week shouldn't be too harmful (hopefully) ..plus life's too short lol.But good on you for making your own :DI'll try get back into making pizzas again soon..using my household oven..



​i like your style.
Got one and impressed by it.

Would recommend getting decent flour - makes a big difference to the dough,much easier to stretch to size.
have been making homemade pizzas for the whole family for a while now using a non stick pizza trays and an oven. you don't need all these individual, pricey, room wasting products.
brendanhickey

I've been thinking about buying this for ages. how does it compare with … I've been thinking about buying this for ages. how does it compare with just sticking a baking stone in a normal oven and putting in on full?



You can get quite good results with a pizza stone. In my experience you need to let it preheat for 30-40 minutes, make a thin pizza (which is my preference anyway) and use a bit polenta or cornmeal to dust the base so that you can slide it off your tray and into the oven easily. The cornmeal makes if far easier to get the pizza on the stone.

Never used this appliance, so may well give you better results than the pizza stone, but you can do alright with a pizza stone.
Thanks OP - ordered as a Xmas pressie.
Wantthis but cant justify it over a pizza stone. Can anyone recommend a good one!?
Jetpac

Wantthis but cant justify it over a pizza stone. Can anyone recommend a … Wantthis but cant justify it over a pizza stone. Can anyone recommend a good one!?



It is far better than a pizza stone, we had a little gathering of about 10 people over the weekend and basically used this to make 8 pizza's over the course of the evening.

Guests were initially sceptical but were amazed by the results, the base was just perfect. The only slight weakness is the grill at the top doesn't quite keep up with the base. Far far better results than a pizza stone imo and it will cook a raw pizza in 5 minutes !

What are peoples recommendations on how to make the pizza dough though? We used normal flour initially and it was really impressive, with a nice texture in the middle. For the weekend we used Waitrose 00 flour which we thought was going to be even better but it just didn't perform (perhaps because it mentioned Pasta flour on the packet, but Ocado reviews said it was great for pizza....not convinced!)
Bought 4m ago from eBay for £80. This is an absolute bargain. The pizzas are restaurant quality. We make dough using "00" flour and invite the family around for a pizza party. Check out all the Italians using their g3 on YouTube. Proof enough about this products great performance!
Forgot to say... We make the dough in a bread machine. Enough dough for 4 pizzas.
V6ALFISTI

It is far better than a pizza stone, we had a little gathering of about … It is far better than a pizza stone, we had a little gathering of about 10 people over the weekend and basically used this to make 8 pizza's over the course of the evening.Guests were initially sceptical but were amazed by the results, the base was just perfect. The only slight weakness is the grill at the top doesn't quite keep up with the base. Far far better results than a pizza stone imo and it will cook a raw pizza in 5 minutes !What are peoples recommendations on how to make the pizza dough though? We used normal flour initially and it was really impressive, with a nice texture in the middle. For the weekend we used Waitrose 00 flour which we thought was going to be even better but it just didn't perform (perhaps because it mentioned Pasta flour on the packet, but Ocado reviews said it was great for pizza....not convinced!)


Try get some high gluten flour, I use marriages Canadian four and usually proof in the fridge for 3 days before allowing to come to room temp for around 8-10 hours
You can buy ready made bread flour if you want to save time and as long as you have the cheese making pizza is an excellent way to use left overs at the end of the week. I like using pizza stone and it doesn't take too long either. If I bought one of these it would end up just taking space under the sink.Voted hot though as some will find useful.
89quidyoucantgowrong

You have to remove the top stone when cooking pizzas. Nobody seems to … You have to remove the top stone when cooking pizzas. Nobody seems to have come up with a use for the twin stone version. I think the manufacturer imagines it as some kind of sandwich toaster with the top stone in place. It's possible that the twin stone version might have a bit more headroom for deeper pizzas with the stone removed, I'm not sure though.


Is the twin stone version for calzone?
I got one of these the other week, and used it last week with pre-made frozen Pizzas (stuffed crust) from Morrisons. The results were fantastic. The base was just right, not dry and not undercooked whilst the cheese was nice & gooey on top.

Regarding home-made: what flour would you recommend and a recipe would be appreciated?

What pizza sauce is best?
Edited by: "Liverpool_Bear" 28th Oct 2015
furiousjammin

Is the twin stone version for calzone?



http://www.g3ferrari.net/layout/upload/G10032_scheda[2].pdf

In the "multi purpose" section

Basically anything like Paninis, toasties, rotis, naans, calzones. Anything where you want dough on the top side and you don't want a burnt effect.

On Amazon: ideal to prepare toast, panni's, Tigelle , Pladina Plus many more
bought this last time not to sure about it doesn't do frozen pizza well at all,
Basically, if you've been making pizzas from scratch at home and cooking in the oven either on trays or stones; get this G3 - you won't regret it. Your results will be elevated to a whole new level. You will be making the best pizza you've ever made and be kicking yourself for believing that your oven baked pizzas were any good.
A good deal. With the quick temperature gained, it must take a hit on the electricity bills with regular use?

It's 1200W I believe?
thugzlife1121

A good deal. With the quick temperature gained, it must take a hit on the … A good deal. With the quick temperature gained, it must take a hit on the electricity bills with regular use? It's 1200W I believe?



Less energy than heating a pizza stone for 40 minutes, plus another 30 minutes between each pizza in a conventional oven.
I want one because I love pizza but how long does dough take to make and do you just buy pizza sauce or make your own? Can you buy pre made dough in the supermarket and if I do that will this still make decent (better than store bought) pizzas?
89quidyoucantgowrong

Less energy than heating a pizza stone for 40 minutes, plus another 30 … Less energy than heating a pizza stone for 40 minutes, plus another 30 minutes between each pizza in a conventional oven.



Ok that's a good point
So this Italian one will need to be plugged in to a travel adaptor?
Finally gone for one after saying I'd never buy another kitchen gadget as I do like making pizzas but am often disappointed by the bases from the oven. The deep fat fryer can go to make way for it.
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