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This pizza oven is a basic necessity for creating light and crispy pizzas. These professional pizza ovens bake pizzas at high temperature and on stone for real authentic flavours and delicious textures. Thanks to the adjustable top and bottom heat, everyone can now make a delicious traditional Italian pizza. 

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This pizza oven is a basic necessity for creating light and crispy pizzas. These professional pizza ovens bake pizzas at high temperature and on stone for real authentic flavours and delicious textures. Thanks to the adjustable top and bottom heat, everyone can now make a delicious traditional Italian pizza. 

How do you use a pizza oven?

Always start by preheating the oven. The temperature can be set to your specific need using the handy dial, while the indicator light shows when it’s time to put the pizzas in. The best way to do this is with a pizza board so that you can place it directly on the bottom of the oven and it will keep its shape.

Did you know that you can also use a pizza oven to bake bread or make cakes? This is useful to know if your pizza oven is on anyway, or if your regular oven is not available for a while. Bread usually takes a bit longer and bakes at a lower temperature than a pizza. Do you have a double pizza oven? Then you can set the temperature per each chamber. Because the temperature is easy to regulate, each dish always cooks exactly the way you want it to.

It's important to wipe the pizza stone down with a damp cloth before using it for the first time and then let it dry thoroughly. Then turn on the oven to 100⁰C for 30 minutes, and then to 200⁰C for 15 minutes.

What different kinds of pizza ovens are there and what should I consider before buying?

Maxima has different variations of electric pizza ovens. Besides the different sizes, you also have the choice of, among other things:

  • with glazing or stainless steel front
  • pizza oven with extra wide chamber
  • available in a single chamber or with a double chamber for double capacity
  • a compact pizza oven which is suitable for 1 x 40 cm pizza, or 4 x 20cm pizzas

In the ovens with an extra wide chamber, you can bake four to six pizzas side by side. These are also 'double' versions available, which means they have two chambers. This allows you to make up to twelve pizzas in one go. The temperature of these ovens can be controlled per chamber using the rotary buttons. These are nice and big so you can even use them with your oven gloves on.  

The compact model is easy to move because it only weighs 20kg, but that is not easy to do with the larger models. If don't want to leave the larger ovens standing on the countertop, you should also order a base for your pizza oven. That way your oven will always stand securely in its place.

The electric pizza ovens have the following features in common:

  • efficient heat distribution
  • double heat-resistant glass
  • temperature adjustable per chamber
  • simple analogue control with large knobs
  • also suitable for flammkuchen, bread and cakes
  • temperature adjustable above and below in the chamber
  • robust design with stainless steel housing with a metal inner chamber

Do you want to bake a lot of pizzas? Then we also have a pizza oven with a conveyor belt available. This can make up to 30 pizzas per hour! In this pizza oven, the pizzas pass through the oven on a conveyor belt, where they are baked evenly on both sides.

How do I clean a pizza oven?

Cleaning a pizza oven is very easy. However, it’s important to do this after each use. Due to the high temperatures, most of the grease will have disappeared. You can just use a dry cloth, or a slightly damp sponge. In any case, do not use a lot of water or let drops soak into the stone.

It’s also important to let the pizza stone cool down well first. This prevents burns, but also stops cracks from forming in the stone when there is too great a difference in temperatures. Make sure you remove any leftover food residue. You can do this with a knife or a stainless steel sponge. Don't use cleaning products on the stone as you don't want the taste or smell of these on your food either. Don't forget to clean the inside of the glass windows so you can see clearly the next time you use it.

After a while, stains may appear on the stone. This is normal and you will not be able to remove them. A pizza stone is porous so leftover cheese and pizza dough will soak into the stone. The moisture will then evaporate and the leftover marks will remain. Don't worry, this won't affect the taste.

Making your own pizza dough

Making your own pizza dough can be a lot of intense work. That's why it's a good idea to make a large amount at once so you can quickly pop a homemade pizza in the oven whenever you want. Maxima’s dough kneaders are excellent tools for this. There is no need to knead the dough yourself as the dough mixer does this for you with ease.

Is your pizza dough ready? Time to make those beautiful pizza crusts. You could do this using an old-fashioned rolling pin or with your hands. Why not make it even easier on yourself by passing your pizza crust through an automatic dough roller? This makes rolling out dough a piece of cake!

Can you store pizza dough?

Are you planning on baking another pizza within two days? Then you can keep pizza dough in the refrigerator. Put the pizza dough in a closed, airtight plastic container and place it in the refrigerator. When you want to start using the pizza dough, take it out of the refrigerator at least an hour before so it can get to room temperature. Do not store your dough in the refrigerator for more than two days.

Want to keep your pizza dough longer than two days? Then use your freezer. By putting dough in an airtight container and putting it in the freezer, you can keep it for two to three months. After you have made your dough, roll it into balls that you place on a plate. Cover the dough balls loosely with cling film and put them in the freezer. When these are frozen, you can place them in a bag or wrap them individually in cling film.

Again, make sure the pizza dough is at room temperature before make the pizza. This way you can be sure that your pizza will have a beautiful, crunchy crust.

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