Camp Chef 14″ Artisan Outdoor Oven PZ30

$149.99

  • Overall Dimensions: 14″ x 16″ x 8″
  • Weight: 17.5 lbs
  • Fits Stove Models: EX60, DB60, YK60, EX170, EX280, SB30D

4 in stock (can be backordered)

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Description

Fitment

  • Fits Stove Models: EX60, DB60, YK60, EX170, EX280, SB30D

Features

  • Fits all Camp Chef 14″ Cooking System stoves
  • Opened face pizza oven cooks like a traditional brick oven
  • Ceramic stone pulls outer moisture off dough and promotes perfect crust, leaving the inside moist and fluffy
  • Cooking Surface Diameter: 12.63″ x 12.63″ (160 sq. in)
  • Pizza stone made of cordierite ceramic
  • Specially designed heat diffusion plates
  • Built in temperature gauge
  • Includes Italia Pizza Oven Cooking Guide with recipes
  • Overall Dimensions: 14″ x 16″ x 8″
  • Weight: 17.5 lbs
  • Made in China

Built after a traditional wood fired brick oven, the Artisan Outdoor Oven Accessory is perfect for pizzas, breads, meats, vegetables, and desserts.

The ceramic stone promotes even heat distribution and the domed ceiling design mimics the same heating pattern as a wood fired brick oven. Preheats in just 15 minutes, exceeding 600°F if needed.

How to Clean Your Artisan Pizza Oven

Your Pizza Oven are perfect for a lot more than just pizza. That’s not to say you can’t cook a dang good pizza in those ovens; we just mean that they’re useful for so much more. Try steaks, cedar plank salmon…the list goes on.The only problem is, after cooking all that incredible food, you might be left with a bit of a mess. Whether it’s leftover pizza toppings that were casualties of the cooking process or burnt seasoning from another meal, you want to clean those up to keep your pizza oven in tip-top shape. But don’t worry-it’s a simple process if you do it right.

Clean the Pizza Stone

The awesome thing about pizza stones is that they essentially take care of themselves. The stone is exposed to such high heat during the cooking process that it doesn’t usually need additional cleaning. However, if your food starts to come out with a burnt, charred taste from residue left on the stone, here’s how to clean it:-Use a wire brush, Scraper Cleaning Tool, or spatula to remove any leftover toppings, crumbs, or other residue. Be sure to do this before placing any new food into the oven.-For stubborn debris, turn the oven to high heat for a few minutes. This should burn off anything stuck to your pizza stone, making it easy to scrape or brush off afterward.-If you do need to wash the stone, never use soap. Instead, get a clean rag wet with hot water and use your Scraper Cleaning Tool or wire brush to wipe it over the stone while the oven is hot.-You can also remove the stone from the oven after it has cooled and rinse it with hot water. Never soak your stone or put it through the dishwasher.-Think of your pizza stone like cast iron-the stains and discoloration are part of the seasoning you build up to prevent food from sticking. Allow your stone to develop a patina.

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