Why it's Time to Stop Using Wood-Fire and Get a Gas Pizza Oven

Many people have an interesting take on why you should buy a gas pizza oven instead of going on with the classic Wood-Fire.


We all know how Wood fires are considered the most romanticized way of baking bread. You get the most delicious and authentic-tasting pizzas inside a wood fire. This thought has stuck along for a long time with all of us. The goodness and the smokey flavor of a wood fire pizza are unarguably great, but there’s something that you need to know about it.


When making a pizza, one of the factors that makers of the popular Italian dish have to consider is the crunchiness of the crust because this is one thing that attracts many of us. Many people think that the crunchy outer coating comes from the fact that they burn their pizza at such a high temperature. But this is not true; rather than getting more flavor out of it by using smoke, what causes it to become so crunchy is merely because it burns hot enough for it to get crispy really fast. However, despite how crunchy and addictive their pizza may be, there are also some other factors that are most likely affecting the realistic appeal of their products.


What is the new approach?

This is the new approach- The mighty pizza gas oven by Peng Essentials. You can get the same taste and the same delicious pizza at your own home using this ergonomic and sturdy Pizza Gas Oven.


Here’s a secret…

The way you can rotate a pizza inside a gas oven, many people will think it’s made on a wood fire oven.


Are gas pizza ovens any good?

The answer to this question is very simple and environment friendly. How? Wood-Fired ovens require a lot of wood; “naturally”. Imagine the amount of land getting cleared to just get you the wood to create that pizza? If you have an outdoor pizza oven, you can not only own it but also make your own neapolitan-style pizzas at home! Gas ovens are clearly the future of wood. Also, consider the amount of carbon dioxide a wood fire oven emits in the process, for which gas or oil are the most sustainable options.


Are Gas Pizza ovens any good? Duh! They’re the best!!


How to Cook Pizza in an Outdoor Gas Oven?

Step 1 to cook pizza in an outdoor gas oven or a pizza making machine would be to buy one! Listed below are the steps to turn on the ignition in your gas oven.


Step-1) Once you have successfully connected the regulator and gas hose, open the gas valve on your gas cylinder.

Step- 2) Push in and slowly turn the temperature control knob counter clockwise until you hear a click and the burner ignites.

Step- 3) Continue to push in the temperature control knob for 5 seconds after ignition and then release.


While you light your oven, make sure you have the dough, sauce, toppings, and cheese ready. Once your pizza gas oven is lit, start assembling your pizza.

  • Spread the dough in a circular shape (Pro Tip- use oil or flour to do it efficiently)
  • Apply your marinara sauce in a circular motion
  • Top away
  • Enjoy!


What temperature do you cook pizza on a gas pizza oven?

We recommend that you bake your pizzas at the highest temperature possible in your pizza oven. For best results, we suggest baking it at 450 degrees Fahrenheit (232 degrees Celsius) for 10 minutes. Be aware that if you have time constraints make sure you preheat your oven prior to putting the food inside for it to cook within a reasonable period of time.


How long do you cook a pizza in a pizza oven?

Don’t be surprised to find that a lot of people don't remember that pizza should always be baked between 450 and 500 degrees F. Cooked below 400 degrees F, pizzas will take longer to bake, resulting in burnt crusts and piping hot cheese that's less likely to stick together or stay right where you put it on your pizza.

While preheating the pizza oven can take you anywhere from 8-to 15 minutes, after which you are ready to put in your pizzas for them to get baked quickly.


With the Pizza Sixty Gas oven, you can cook your pizzas in ONLY 60 Seconds!!


We suggest our readers, check out the Peng Essentials Pizza Sixty Gas Oven, which bakes your pizzas perfectly in just 60 seconds.