Making pizza at home is easy enough, but it’s hard to master. There are a lot of elements to consider including everything from the spices in your sauce to the amount of moisture in your cheese. You also want to make sure that your dough rises before cooking and that it won’t stick to your pizza peel (the giant spatula used to get it out of the oven). No matter what kind of pizza you’re making or ingredients you’re using, however, the cooking temperature is crucial. Breville’s Pizzaiolo helps nail the perfect temp.
I decided to test the device in the office and make pizzas for all my coworkers. It was met with mixed reactions—mostly when they heard the price—but I have faith that with continued experimentation, this is one of the best ways to make pizza in your home.
Breville - Appliances - Smart - Oven - Pizzaiolo
Like most Breville appliances, the 1800-watt Smart Oven Pizzaiolo is a beautiful piece of machinery. The stainless steel box is relatively small (18.5 x 18.3 x 10.7-inches)—about the size of a microwave—for something that produces this much heat. It can reach up to 750 degrees and can make up to a 12-inch...