The indispensable kitchen appliance that cooks pizzas in just TWO MINUTES – but it comes with a hefty price tag
- A new oven the size of a microwave can prepare a Sicilian pizza in two minutes
- The Breville Smart Oven Pizzaiolo arrives in Australia around Christmas
- Chef Heston Blumenthal investigated traditional-style ovens in his development
A tabletop device that cooks delicious pizzas in two minutes is ready in time for Christmas.
The Breville Smart Oven Pizzaiolo is currently only available abroad, but will be coming to Australia later this year.
But the indispensable kitchen item comes with a hefty price tag of $ 1,117 each.
Breville worked with the famous chef Heston Blumenthal to investigate the pizza manufacturing process for about nine months before launching the product.
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& # 39; One of the unfortunate results was that the chef Jim Clayton told the Australian weekend to get the perfect Sicilian pizza, it should be cooked in two minutes or less.
The oven was released in the United States last October and was praised for its ease of use for those who are not used to the complexity of pizzas with wood fire, all in a microwave-sized device.
Reviewers Regularly four to five stars were given by reviewers who have the ability to not only cook pizza, but also to make it taste as good as a traditional wood-fired pizza.
De Breville worked with star chef Heston Blumenthal to investigate the traditional pizza processing process for nine months and bring it to the kitchen at home
The device can reach 400 degrees Celsius and can prepare pizza in various styles, including thin crust, New York, pan, frozen, thin and crispy and wood-fired.
But many are troubled by the price of the device, given the limited use outside of making pizzas.
The small size of the opening is an unfortunate limitation that, according to the company, was needed to achieve the higher required temperatures.
The oven can reach 400 degrees Celsius and can prepare pizza in various styles, including thin crust, New York, pan, frozen, thin and crispy and wood-fired
Mr. Clayton said they were constantly looking for new ideas, but he was not convinced that they could really make a two-minute pizza oven.
& # 39; I really thought this project would never happen because the requirements were so extreme & # 39 ;, Clayton said.
The oven also faced security issues and the company ensured that the 400 degree oven would not burn children by installing a heavily offended door.
Many have worked hard to get the $ 1,117 price of the device, given the limited use outside of making pizzas