Want to cook pizza indoors, don’t have an oven? Just get something like the Pizza Box and enjoy your nightly fill of cheese-and-sauce-covered flat bread. Not really interested in a single-purpose countertop appliance? How about the Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Oven, a clever cookware that lets you bake pizzas on a gas stove.
Made by Pizzacraft (the same guys behind that portable pizza oven), you simply place the oven on a gas burner like any pot or pan, put the dial on high, and you’re set. From there, you simply wait for the oven to preheat to 600 degrees (it has a built-in thermometer with an indicator on top) and slide in a pizza once you get there. Done.
The Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Oven doesn’t just conveniently let you make pizzas indoors, it also cooks really fast, with preheating done in 15 minutes and cooking actual pizzas done in only six. That means, you can crank out half a dozen pizzas spending just an hour on the stove, making for a seriously efficient cooking tool. It manages that by using a pair of cordierite stones to absorb heat directly from the flame, distributing it evenly across the entire cooking area, with built-in vents on the lid ensuring the pies never end up soggy. Dimensions are 14.2 x 6.7 x 16.9 inches, with components that disassemble for easy cleaning and storage.
Available now, the Pizzacraft Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Oven is priced at $162.