La Hacienda Pizza Oven, Barbecue and Smoker - 3 in 1 - Just  £89.97 (£5.97 delivery) @ BBQBarbecues
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La Hacienda Pizza Oven, Barbecue and Smoker - 3 in 1 - Just £89.97 (£5.97 delivery) @ BBQBarbecues

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Found 31st Jul 2017
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I have one of these. They are great. I use coal and then stick a big lump of wood on top to get the temperature really high and then it takes 5 minutes for your pizza to cook to neopolitan perfection.
Thanks OP, I couldn't resist!
tempted
Have one. Cooks the best pizza.
It's only large enough to make one pizza at a time.
Wat d biggest size of pizza can u make in it?
Looks versatile, but it will be a jack of all, master of none. I have an uuni 3, that will cook a pizza in 60s, at 5 minutes you may as well use the oven, temps can't be much over 250-300c.
JonathanHanson

Looks versatile, but it will be a jack of all, master of none. I have an … Looks versatile, but it will be a jack of all, master of none. I have an uuni 3, that will cook a pizza in 60s, at 5 minutes you may as well use the oven, temps can't be much over 250-300c.



Yes god forbid having to wait a whole 5 minutes for a pizza

I have one of these, paid £100 for it about a year ago from Tesco.

Makes decent enough pizzas and sometimes we use cast iron skillets and cook things like Fajitas in it because it makes them nice and smokey.

JonathanHanson

5 minutes you may as well use the oven, temps can't be much over 250-300c.



Well I've had mine up to nearly 600°C with the right fuel. (Tested with a IR thermometer)

For anyone considering this oven I suggest you treat yourself to the matching peel and a very big bag of semolina before you start to make pizza.
Edited by: "ollie87" 1st Aug 2017
Looks like a good deal to be fair.
Home made pizza 'no rolling pin' dough and wood fired / charcoal oven.

This one at £200 is wood pellets and gets mixed reviews but I think the negatives maybe inexperience m.johnlewis.com/uun…055
they say 1 minute cook time and 900 degrees
Edited by: "deany76" 1st Aug 2017
sumpter9 h, 39 m ago

Yes god forbid having to wait a whole 5 minutes for a pizza


As I said, jack of all trades, master of none.
deany769 h, 4 m ago

Looks like a good deal to be fair.Home made pizza 'no rolling pin' dough …Looks like a good deal to be fair.Home made pizza 'no rolling pin' dough and wood fired / charcoal oven.This one at £200 is wood pellets and gets mixed reviews but I think the negatives maybe inexperience https://m.johnlewis.com/uuni-3-pizza-oven/p/3172055they say 1 minute cook time and 900 degrees

That's what I have, it makes amazing pizza, I've catered for over 40 in one sitting!

This, while a good price, by design would be pretty rubbish for consistent heat, and as there is no thermal mass would eat a ton of wood.
Aldi's are now £49.98
Bought one last weekend but waiting for a dry evening to use it!!

For a total newbie, can anyone suggest a decent recipe for the pizza dough base? Also, I read that some suggest cooking base for a time before adding toppings?! Appreciate any comments on this as hoping to use this week
Mine is being delivered this afternoon. Now, just have to wait for some decent weather to build it. Maybe next year.
JonathanHanson1st Aug

That's what I have, it makes amazing pizza, I've catered for over 40 in …That's what I have, it makes amazing pizza, I've catered for over 40 in one sitting! This, while a good price, by design would be pretty rubbish for consistent heat, and as there is no thermal mass would eat a ton of wood.


it does, it's an expensive gimmick. it is great for BBQing but not so great for Pizza. Shame as I paid over £100 a while back.
scruffty17 h, 18 m ago

it does, it's an expensive gimmick. it is great for BBQing but not so …it does, it's an expensive gimmick. it is great for BBQing but not so great for Pizza. Shame as I paid over £100 a while back.



I think he was refuring to my post above re: https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/31590119/13691863 which he says is excellent for pizza
deany764th Aug

I think he was refuring to my post above re: …I think he was refuring to my post above re: https://www.hotukdeals.com/visit/comment/31590119/13691863 which he says is excellent for pizza


and I was responding to the comment: "This, while a good price, by design would be pretty rubbish for consistent heat, and as there is no thermal mass would eat a ton of wood"
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