GE Monogram Pizza Oven

Jan 22, 2016

Category: Tech

Nothing beats a fresh, homemade slice of pizza, but getting the perfect pizza at home isn’t an easy task when you’re using the same oven you would use to cook a turkey. Those ovens aren’t made for making pizza at home, but the GE Monogram Pizza Oven is here to bring a pizza oven into your kitchen.

This oven is able to fit into a normal wall oven cavity, and it has an interior ventilation system that means no construction is required to install it. The appliance has a stainless steel exterior that will fit right in with most modern kitchens. Once preheated, you’re able to cook full pizzas in just two minutes. It uses precise heating technology and an app to control the oven’s temperature, keeping the heat where it’s supposed to be. This means no more burnt crusts. [Purchase]

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