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Presto 03430 Pizzazz Plus Rotating Oven
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- 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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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 watts
This 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
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First of all, I have yet to cook a frozen pizza with this thing lol. I have reheated pizza and it works amazingly for that.
Pizza rolls come out wonderful, because you can watch them and stop it right at the moment the filling starts to pop out. Perfect pizza rolls.
Frozen chicken and nuggets and all other frozen novelty foods also cook really well.
Now, I decided to cook shake n bake chicken breasts, from fresh chicken. This is what makes this cooker a must have, for the rest of my life. Now, when I cook this in an oven, juices come out, the breading gets soggy. In this, no juices come out. None at all. Takes about 16-18 minutes to cook raw chicken breasts, and they come out perfect and juicy.
Frozen biscuits, wow.... Just amazing.
Here are my downsides. I have heard people say this does not heat up your kitchen as much as an oven does. I am not sure what kind of ovens these people use, or if they like, don't close the door all the way or something hehe, but it is much like running a space heater. I don't care about this because once summer time comes I will just use it outside :)
The other thing is, the pan feels very tilty. This doesn't really matter, I just don't like it. The pan is also hard to get on if you are drunk apparently.
I am gonna throw in a pic of those biscuits cause damn they cook nicely. (I pushed them all into the middle of the pan to take the picture, they were not cooked in the middle like that, more towards the edge)
Lessons learned from my first one:
The non stick pan coating is thin, so be sure not to use anything but wooden utensils on it.
Also, this can easily be wiped off to clean, instead of scrubbing; that can also scrape off the non stick coating.
Do not spray any Pam on the surface, causes it to create a sticky nasty film. Use an oil sprayer if you need oil.
Let it cool on its own, running under cool water hot will cause it to warp.
And remember it's an open burnet, so watch the kids if they are helping you cook.
My absolute favorite thing to make on it is gluten-free s'mores which are ALMOST as good as the kind cooked over a campfire. I am a s'mores fanatic and the microwave and oven s'mores are NOTHING compared to Pizzazz s'mores. No joke.
You can cook almost anything on your pizzazz you would cook in the oven. I might as well throw my oven away now that I have a Pizzazz. Just kidding.... but seriously.... get a Pizzazz.