Presto 03430 Pizzazz Plus Rotating Oven

April 18, 2016 - Comment

The fast and easy way to bake frozen, homemade, take-and-bake, and deli pizza. Also great for preparing frozen convenience foods such as chicken nuggets, jalape–o poppers, fish fillets, egg rolls, cinnamon rolls, cookies and much more. Rotating tray turns continuously to assure even baking. Top and bottom heating elements bake foods from both sides. Heating

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The fast and easy way to bake frozen, homemade, take-and-bake, and deli pizza. Also great for preparing frozen convenience foods such as chicken nuggets, jalape–o poppers, fish fillets, egg rolls, cinnamon rolls, cookies and much more. Rotating tray turns continuously to assure even baking. Top and bottom heating elements bake foods from both sides. Heating elements are separately controlled, allowing you to select top, bottom, or both elements for perfect results every time. Timer signals end of cooking time and automatically turns off heating elements. Save as much as 60% in energy compared to a conventional oven. Nonstick pan is removable for easy cleanup and storage. 120 volts AC, 6o Hz only, 1235 wattsThis 1,235-watt countertop oven makes pizza in about half the time required by a conventional oven. You don’t need to preheat it–it begins rotating and baking the moment you plug it in. There are independently controlled top and bottom heating elements, so all types (frozen or fresh) and sizes (7 to 12 inches) of pizza can be custom baked. With a rising-crust pizza, for example, you should run the lower heating element for 10-12 minutes before turning on the top element. For a crisper crust, bake the pizza with both heating elements, then finish it off with a few minutes of bottom-only heating. For extra cooking time on your toppings, leave the top element on a little longer. A timer with automatic shutoff lets you set cooking times precisely, and a cooking-time guide for various pizza types is printed on the pizza maker. For safety, the appliance shuts off automatically if it overheats. With the 13-1/4-inch-diameter baking pan in place, the pizza maker is 13-1/4 inches wide, 9-1/2 inches high, and 17-1/2 inches deep. (The baking pan can be removed for more compact storage.) It carries a two-year warranty against defects. –Fred Brack

Product Features

  • Rotating tray turns continuously to assure even baking.
  • Top and bottom heating elements bake foods from both sides. Heating elements are separately controlled, allowing you to select top, bottom, or both elements for perfect results every time.
  • Timer signals end of cooking time and automatically turns off heating elements.
  • Saves as much as 60% in energy compared to a conventional oven.
  • Removable nonstick baking pan is easy to clean and store.

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stilljojo says:

Pizzazz Pizza more than pizza.. update 4 years later I just tried out my new Presto Pizzazz Oven…and I can see it is going to be very well used in my kitchen. I decided to try some wings for my first cooking venture with the oven. I was curious to see how it would do with non pizza items. I had uncooked chicken wings, that I seasoned and placed on the tray. I did let them cook a bit longer than recipe called for (about an hour), I turned them twice during the cooking process, and they came out just perfect!The oven is very unique…the tray can be stored separately or upright behind the oven. The oven will not function if the tray has not been positioned right, so there is no guess work about whether it is seated correctly or incorrectly. Place your food on it. Plug it in and if the tray rotates then it is seated properly…if it does not rotate then reseat the tray. Now you just select the heating type, upper, lower or duel and set the dial timer. That’s it. So easy.I am looking forward to creating a…

Courtland J. Carpenter says:

Mastery of the Cheapie Pizza! First of all it’s not perfect. The non-stick coating is thin on the pan, and can get scratched off easy. Plus, there’s no easy way to clean off the brown, spots you get from baking. All that aside, this is a great device if you like homemade, and frozen varieties of pizza.I used to try all kinds of tricks to get a frozen pizza to taste good. I’d microwave them partially first, I’d bake them directly on the oven rack; I’d try greasing the pan, or not greasing it. I had some success with these techniques, but it was a lot of work. This oven does the job, and gets the pizza cooked the way you want it. An easy flip switch on the top, can turn the heat on both sides, just the top, or just the bottom. You control the crispness, and the degree of browning on your pizza.This oven is also great for baking those commercial, “take and bake” pizzas, from shops like Pappa Murphy’s. Further, its better for reheating leftover pizzeria pizza than your microwave. What more…

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