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Breville BREBPZ600XL The Crispy Crust Pizza Maker
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- Countertop pizza maker gives you professional brick-oven results, right in your own kitchen.
- Dual heating elements on the top and bottom of the oven heat the ceramic pizza stone up to 660F, replicating the cooking environment of a brick oven.
- Built-in 12" diam. baking stone conducts and retains heat evenly to guarantee crisp, golden crusts.
- Settings for Thin, Medium and Thick crusts automatically adjust cooking time and temperature to ensure uniformly baked pizzas-no matter how generous the toppings.
- Bakes Pizzas up to 11 inch in diameter!
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Get the Benefits of a Brick Pizza Oven...Without the Bricks
People know that there is a special crispiness to a pizza baked in a brick oven, and now getting that character for a pizza made in your own home has been made possible by the people at Breville. The Crispy Crust Pizza Maker from Breville mimics the experience of a Brick Oven in the safety and convenience of an electric appliance.
Your Counter top Will Never Be the Same
The key to the Crispy Crust Pizza Maker is the top and bottom heating element that can reach up to 662F coupled with the 1/2" thick ceramic pizza stone. When combined the high heat and the ceramic surface replicate the the cooking environment of a brick oven and can cook a pizza in as little as six minutes!
Your Favourite Pizza Every Time
Whether you like thin, thick, or medium crust, the Breville Crispy Crust can do it all. With a variable temperature settings, chose your favourite and watch through the viewing window as your pizza bakes quickly and uniformly. A special keep warm function keeps your pizza at the ideal temperature and freshly baked.
- Top and bottom heating elements
- Heats to a high of 662 F
- 1/2" Ceramic pizza stone to replicate the stone oven experience
- Variable temperature settings
- Can create thick, medium, and thin crust pizza
- Keep warm function
- Viewing window
- 1200 Watts
- 12" Ceramic baking stone
- Dimensions: 18 x 13 x 9.75 in
- 13.75 lbs
- Non-slip feet
- Steam guard
- Powdercoated steel housing
- Wrap around cord storage
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Top Customer Reviews
Here are the key lessons learned:
1. Outdoor cooking only - too smokey inside
2. Use thin crust recipes for a crisp tasty pizza that doesn't burn on top- medium heat
3. Use parchment paper under pizza for 1 or 2 minutes. Remove the paper and cook for another 4-5min until done
4. Wonderful pizza toppings from left-overs- try roasted veggies!
I do the pizza dough, let it rise, then divide it in 2 or 4 depending on the needs and how much dough I make. I roll each ball of dough on a bamboo pizza peel using some parchment paper underneath, very slightly floured, until it is very thin (~0.5cm). I use a fork or an a Ateco docker to prick the dough. I add pizza sauce (bought or made on the spot), oregano, shredded mozza (to glue the other ingredients). On top I use either pepperoni, or other things like mushrooms, tomato slices, olives,spinach, fresh mozza... whatever meat or veggie you like. Don't overcrowd it. I sprinkle a little cheese on top too. I slide the pizza with the parchment paper on the hot pizza stone. Set the big oven timer to 2 minutes. Use any heat proof spatula to keep the pizza in place and I remove the parchment paper. I set the timer for another 4 min and the pizza is doneI realized I'd better do 4, even they are too many for a small family. But this pizza is good even later...The machine works so quickly, amazing! For no smoke, keep the stone as clean as possible. Some spots are inevitable, but no burned cheese or other food. Scrape the stone when it is still warm. There is no smoke if the machine is clean.
The method in the manual using the parchment paper to get the pizzas into the oven worked perfectly and once you get on a roll with it you can just keep pumping out the pizzas which really do taste better and are crispier than you can hope to get out of your regular oven.
Compared to some other Breville appliances this thing does lack a certain amount of aesthetic polish that you normally expect from their stuff, in some ways it looks rather cheap in person, but given that it actually does what it says it will do and we're eating pizzas here not admiring the machine that cooked them I don't think it's a big deal.
I wish the elements were covered both top and bottom with a sealed stainless steel plate though, much like is done in kettles these days. Perhaps doing this would cause issues with getting a high enough temperature to the stone/toppings, I don't know, but it would make dealing with any overflows top or bottom less messy.
Most recent customer reviews
The idea is good but there are tricks to it that are not found unless you speak to someone who has it (dough sticks to stone - and you do need parchment paper)Published 4 months ago by Colleen Thomson-Whall
I'm a loyal Breville fan and was delighted to receive this pizza maker as a gift, but it turns out this appliance is a ridiculous gimmick and fire hazard. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Susie D.
Homemade Pizza has never been the same since this purchase ! Its Great especially when its on sale.Published 6 months ago by Gerry E. Gualtieri
So perfect. It actually cooked the pizza like a professional oven would! LOVE it.Published 7 months ago by Peter Sharpe
Works amazingly well, have been eating many pizzas since I bought this machinePublished 7 months ago by Birgit Schulze
So glad I purchased! Makes wonderful, thin crust pizza at a fraction of the cost of take out. I use a high hydration dough, bulk fermented overnight in fridge. Read morePublished 7 months ago by SuzyQ