Sunday, January 12, 2014

New Wave Stone Bake Pizza Oven Review

Pizza is certainly one of my favorite foods, and I could eat it many times a week if given the opportunity.  The wonderful thing about pizza is how versatile it is.  You can take a standard pizza dough recipe and create many different flavors and tastes.  How about bacon and sausage, or just margherita? Maybe you'd prefer pepperoni and onion? Next time you have friends or family over, why not have a pizza party and make your own crowd-pleasing pizzas to delight their taste buds with?

The New Wave Stone Bake Pizza Oven will open up a whole new world to pizza and foodie lovers. This small appliance allows you to cook up to a 12" frozen pizza in 5 minutes or a fresh pizza in approximately 10 minutes.  The pizza oven features broil and bake cooking options for customized cooking.  I know you might be thinking "why can't I just cook the frozen pizza in my oven like I'm used to?" Well, you can, but cooking a frozen pizza on a pizza stone completely transforms the taste of it.  The crust comes out perfectly crispy each and every time.  The stone cooks in a way that your oven can't.

It's time to stop wasting money on pizza deliveries when you can now make your own homemade pizza that's absolutely delicious. A recipe book is included that gives you ideas on other things you can use the oven for like garlic bread. This is a perfect gift for a friend or family member who loves to cook.

Pizza, you have a date with my mouth in 5 minutes.  It's time to get ready.

I was fortunate enough to receive my own New Wave Stone Bake Pizza Oven to review, and I was beyond excited to try it.  My husband and I love pizza nights, and this will certainly revolutionize our pizza enjoyment. I got to thinking, what kind of pizza should I make first? Thoughts of marinara and cheese danced through my head.  I've recently been on a bacon and sausage kick, so I knew I had to satisfy my cravings and go with that choice. The oven is very compact and fits on your counter top without taking up too much room. It's a very sleek looking appliance and is certainly worthy of being left out at all times.  You never know when the urge to make pizza will strike.

Before you use the oven, you have to let it run for 10 minutes to preseason and clean the stone.  I don't eat frozen pizzas, so I used the dough recipe that came with it.  It was very simple and easy to follow and in no time I had a 12" pizza dough on my counter top ready to be transformed into something outstanding.  I spread a generous amount of marinara sauce on it, and added some chopped up bacon and perfectly cooked sausage to it.

Next, I sprinkled a couple of handfuls of mozzarella cheese on top.  This pizza was ready to cook! I have to say that it cooked extremely fast.  In just a matter of moments, it was finished and I was amazed.  It came out looking so beautiful it almost brought a tear to my eye. Make sure you use an oven mitt when removing the pizza, because the outside of the oven gets extremely hot.  The crust was wonderfully thin and crispy, and the cheese was bubbling to perfection.

I did take a picture of it, but for some reason I can't find it on my camera. It was so beyond delicious.  This was actually my first time making my own pizza and I was very impressed with myself.  The bacon was perfectly cooked and crispy and complimented the sausage well.  The cheese was melty and the marinara sauce had a ton of flavor, my taste buds were doing cartwheels out of sheer happiness.  My husband absolutely loved it and asked me when could I make another pizza soon?

The pizza stone is not removable to clean, but is easy to wipe down to clean for your next use. I'm not sure I can resist the temptation of not making another pizza soon. I can try, but it won't be easy!

If you're looking for a new small kitchen appliance that will add an extra kick of deliciousness to your family's pizza nights, I highly recommend the New Wave Stone Bake Pizza Oven.  Your countertop will love you forever.

*DISCLOSURE* I received a complimentary pizza oven in exchange for this review.  All thoughts are my own.


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