Blaze introduces their all new 304 stainless steel Pizza Oven. The Blaze Pizza Oven is available on cart or built-in head only, and is offered in natural gas and propane models. Blaze utilizes an internal stainless steel pizza stone for great heat retention and maintaining temperature of the cooking surface. Thanks to greater heat control, the Blaze Pizza Oven is more than just a high heat machine. Users can utilize lower cooking temps for baking breads, cookies, and cake while still achieving those high temperatures needed for firing traditional homemade pizzas and broiling items such as fish. The addition of low temp cooking turns the Blaze Pizza Oven into a diverse addition to any outdoor kitchen, while more traditional pizza ovens are generally limited to high heat only. Blaze also offers a stainless steel cart option featuring two easy close drawers, single vertical door, and collapsible side shelves providing an option for adding to your outdoor space with minimal costs.
- Blaze all stainless steel pizza oven available in built-in and cart models
- All 304 Stainless Steel
- Natural Gas and Propane compatible
- Blaze Pizza Oven stainless steel cart features two easy close drawers and single door for plenty of storage and easy access for propane.
- Double door opening allows for easy access to the inside of the oven.
- Collapsible side shelves
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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