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Old 09-09-2010, 12:00 PM   #1
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Crisp Pizza in the RV

My wife and I love thin crust pizza. We hate bready, spongy, or soggy crusts. At home we use a baking stone in the oven. I have tried a stone in the microwave\convection oven but can't get it hot enough. But I have the problem solved now. We purchased a Presto Pizzazz Plus from Wal-Mart for about $48. It works perfectly and is small enough to find a place to store while traveling. It also works for other foods too. I don't recommend many products, but this one works great and we couldn't be happier.
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WOW! Looks like a great contraption! Good way to keep from heating up the interior of the MH, too! We can set it up outside on the grill table, I bet. We'll have to check this one out. Thanks for the heads-up.
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I'll 2nd that motion. We purchased one a few months back after seeing a fellow RV'er cook all kinds of convenience foods on theirs. I like the ability to control the top and bottom temps! Some like crispy tops, soft crusts or vice-versa. Thing works great and is easy to clean and store. According to the kill-a-watt it only uses about 1200 watts. Unfortunately, very few stores carry them on-shelf... instead you have to order them online.

Here's a picture of ours making us some tasty DiGiorno pizza!
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Looks good but I don't need or have the room for another applicance. We have the largest toaster oven I could find and a pizza fits in it just fine,we had the thing a couple of years before I realized this though!
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My wife and I love thin crust pizza. We hate bready, spongy, or soggy crusts. At home we use a baking stone in the oven. I have tried a stone in the microwave\convection oven but can't get it hot enough. But I have the problem solved now. We purchased a Presto Pizzazz Plus from Wal-Mart for about $48. It works perfectly and is small enough to find a place to store while traveling. It also works for other foods too. I don't recommend many products, but this one works great and we couldn't be happier.
As a pizza lover, I bought one of these because of your review and all I can say is where has this thing been all my life...The big difference with the Pizzazz and any kind of oven is that you can control the cooking either from the top, bottom or both...My local Walmart didn't have one so I got it from Amazon for the same price with free shipping..Worth every penny...
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Price Drop!

Price Drop!

I just bought two of these for Christmas presents. Wal-Mart dropped there price from $48 to $42. Even a better deal now.

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I need to get one for the house! When we're home I bring the Pizzazz in to cook things and there have been times I've forgotten to put it back in the RV before taking off somewhere again. This is the perfect excuse to invest in another one of these!
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Pita bread for crust

My wife makes pizza using pita bread for the crust. Just pile on the sauce and ingredients and pop it in the oven or microwave. Crispy.
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I realize this is an old thread, but I'm a newbie and i'm looking though everything so I'm resurrecting it. We make pizza on the grill from homemade dough. We flour up the pizza peal and it slides right on to the grate. It is absolutely awesome! Grill the crust a bit before you put your toppings on, and try to use indirect heat for best results. You will NOT be disappointed.
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