Make brilliant pizzas in just 5 minutes with the G3 Ferrari Pizza Oven

Mmm, pizza. Even the most staunch Banter will bend and break at the thought of this wonderful vehicle for cheese. Making it at home is all well and good, but with pre-heating the oven and cleaning up afterwards, it can be a lengthy exercise. And then there’s the trick of trying to keep the oven hot for pizza after pizza. We have just the kitchen companion for you.

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Meet the raciest way to cook up pizza – the G3 Ferrari. Why would you use an electric pizza maker over a conventional oven? The G3 takes just 5 minutes to heat to cooking temperature, and features two elements, one below the pizza stone and one above the pizza itself. They are close to the pizza, so it cooks extra quickly. Since you can switch it on and off, you don’t have to spend a lot of time and power pre-heating the oven either. It’s the sexiest way to churn out quick pizzas – here’s how it works.

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So how does the G3 Ferrari Pizza oven work?

1. Switch the pizza oven on (we like to set it to 3) and wait about 5 minutes for it to heat.

2. Use the two wooden pizza paddles included with the oven to transfer your prepped with toppings pizza onto the stone.

3. Close the oven and wait 5–10 minutes. At 5 minutes, you can check on your pizza, and if it seems to need it, turn the heat up to setting number 4.

It’s generally better to wait a little longer at a lower temperature, than turn it up and risk it burning before it cooks properly. Higher heat can work better when you start with a frozen base.

4. Using the pizza paddles, remove the pizza to a board or serving plate, and repeat as many times as you like.

Now, if that doesn’t make you crave pizza, then we don’t quite know what will. Keen to try out your favourite low carb or cauliflower base? We’d love to hear how you get along.

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