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CuiZen PIZ-4012 Pizza Box Oven
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- Cooks up to a 12-inch pizza
- Rotating cooking surface with top and bottom elements
- Adjustable thermostat control up to 525 degrees Fahrenheit and timer up to 30 minutes
- Cool-touch stainless steel handle
- 1200-watts of power to ensure a perfectly cooked pizza every time
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The Cuizen Pizza Box Oven takes cooking your favorite pizza to a whole level with its fun and unique design! The Pizza Box combines top and bottom heating elements with a rotating, easy to clean non-stick pan. It cooks up to a 12-inch pizza, perfectly every time. Features include a stainless steel cool-touch handle, 1200 watts, adjustable thermostat with a maximum temperature of 525 degrees Fahrenheit and a 30 minute timer. Accepts fresh or frozen pizzas, including rising crust.
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The next day I tried a thick rising crust DiGiorno pizza, the thickest one I could find. This time I actually used the average time for this type of pizza and it came out perfect, cooked just right with a brown crispy crust ( something you can't get in a microwave pizza ) and all the cheese melted and the other ingredients nice and hot.
One of the good things about this is you don't have to thaw the pizza or preheat the cooker, just put the frozen pizza on the non-stick pan, set the temperature to COOK, and set the timer to thin crust, normal, or rising crust, and the pizza comes out fine. It is kind of expensive if you do have a working oven that has a good temperature control, but even with that, this requires no pre heating the oven and, given how small it is, it uses a lot less electricity. Plus it runs on 110 v instead of 220 v so that's better too.
The only bad thing about it is it only cooks a 12 inch or smaller pizza. Not a problem for me since I can't even eat a whole 12 inch pizza at one setting, but if that's all you need then this works great. And, as another reviewer pointed out, the first time I used mine it had a grinding sound as the pan scrapped the side of the metal box. The next pizza I just made sure it was centered and no grinding sound.
After using it, would I buy it again? Sure, since here in the South I don't like to turn the oven on in the Summer since it cranks out so much heat. This pizza cooker puts out a lot less heat and doesn't appreciably heat up the kitchen at all. And, with the difference in electricity use between this and the oven, it should pay for itself in a few years.
********************* UPDATE 10-01-15 *************************
After having and using the oven for a while, I found that it does a good job of cooking pretty much anything under two inches tall. I've cooked loaded potato skins, mozzarella sticks, and tater tots, all of which came out fine by just using the time indicated on the bag for oven cooking. All in all, one of my favorite kitchen tools. Still glad I bought it.
I've since bought 5 of these for gifts, I love it that much. (and today's $45 price is great!)
I found if I put in some aluminum foil in the pan, I can cook Fish n Chips, pizza bites, mozzarella sticks, chimichangas, Taquitos, shoot, I can cook most anything in this oven that I can cook in my convection microwave or big ole oven. (And less cleaning and less heat (the microwave in convection mode is pretty hot)
As you can see by my pics, you can load up the 'za with a bunch of things, if you prop the lid with a WOOD spatula or some other FIRE SAFE type of device. The heating elements are at the hingepoint (back) of the oven and not in the front so using a WOOD spatula type of device to open the lid a bit (when it stops spinning, you've gone too high.) enables you to load up your pizza with your favorite toppings.
Get this now, while it's at $45 they make a great Xmas present!
-It works really well. I have used it to cook both a frozen and a home made pizza; both turned out really good. The crust turned out crisper than on a traditional oven for both.
-Price: I paid 49 dollars for it.
-It cooks the pizza faster and no preheating.
-Aesthetics: It's cute.
-The recipe book is really just a list of combinations of different pizza toppings. It's not worth the paper it's printed on. I do not really care, though.
-It can be a little difficult to pick up the pizza pan from the oven after it has cooked when wearing gloves.
-The oven only has three labeled settings: Minimal, keep warm, and cook. The instructions basically say to turn the knob to cook. You do not have control over the temperature, though it may be possible. I did not burn anything and nothing came out undercooked so it worked well. For the price, it's perfect.
Other: It definitely cooks pizzas better than my conventional oven. I also wonder if you could cook a giant cookie in it. I will add that I definitely think some of those other reviews are fakes, but the oven worked really well for what I wanted.