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This 1, 235-watt countertop oven makes pizza in about half the time required by a conventional oven.

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Thin nonstick coating

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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.

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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
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does this compare to a toaster oven? I see a lot of people say you can put things like fries, wings, etc. on it.

    The is no comparison to a toaster oven or a regular oven. Those ovens only cook in one directions mainlly down. The Presto cooks on both sides at once. For example, a pizza cooks on both sides where in a regular oven it cooks only on one side.That is what give frozen french fries the delicious fast food taste without frying in oil to finish. The controls are such that you can only cook on one side if you desire, but why would you do that?

  • What size is the tray

    It will fit a 12 inch pizza.

  • Can you cook pizza from scratch and bake in a pizzazz ?

    Yes pizza can either fresh or frozen , just check the book for the times.

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