The PizzaQue is the affordable way to make pizza at home or on the road! Make pizzeria-quality pizzas without paying expensive restaurant prices — or your delivery guy’s tip! Making your own pizza at home can cost as little as $3 per pie. The PizzaQue is designed to go wherever you want hot, fresh pizza: picnics, tailgating, camping, or your own backyard. Its lightweight, sturdy construction is perfect for putting in the back of your truck. The PizzaQue preheats in only 15 minutes, and will cook a pizza in just 6 minutes. It reaches cooking temperatures of 700 – 800ºF, and runs on propane. The PizzaQue puts the essentials of professional pizza-making in your hands. It’s simple, straightforward, and easy to use — it’s all you need to make great pizza wherever you want it!
Introducing the PizzaQue Portable Outdoor Pizza Oven, the affordable way to make pizzas at home or on the road. Make pizzeria-style pizzas without paying expensive prices or your delivery guy’s tip. Making pizzas at home can cost as little as three dollars per pie. The PizzaQue is designed to go wherever you want fresh, hot pizza: picnics, tailgating, camping, or your own backyard. The PizzaQue’s lightweight, sturdy construction is perfect for putting in the back of your truck.
The PizzaQue features dual cordierite stones for even heat distribution, an enamel-coated reflector that’s perforated to allow moisture to escape, an easy-turn ignition dial, stabilized legs, it’s heat-safe for most surfaces, and it has a built-in thermometer that tells you when it’s time to cook.
The PizzaQue preheats in 15 minutes, and cooks a pizza in 6. It also reaches temperatures of seven to eight hundred degrees.
The PizzaQue can run on either a one pound or twenty pound propane tank.
To make a pizza, simply preheat your oven, insert the pizza, rotate halfway through cooking, finish cooking, remove, slice, and serve.
The PizzaQue puts the essentials of professional pizza-making in your hands. It’s simple, easy to use, straightforward, and it’s all you need for a great pizza at home.
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