How to Assemble Your Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven


If you’ve ever dreamed of transforming your kitchen into a pizzeria, the Pizzeria Pronto® Stovetop Pizza Oven can help you get the hot, fresh pizza you love! Most conventional ovens can only achieve temperatures of 500º F and require up to an hour to reach those heats. The Stovetop Pizza Oven can heat up to 600º F in about 15 minutes, allowing you to cook your pizza in as little as 6 minutes. The Stovetop Pizza Oven uses one of your stovetop’s gas burners to get up to cooking temperature; simply place the oven on top of your burner and turn it on. The oven’s heat-efficient design traps and reflects heat to the optimal pizza-cooking environment. Dual cordierite stones absorb the direct heat from the flame and redistribute it evenly, eliminating hot spots. The built-in thermometer lets you know when it’s time to cook, and the moisture vent in the top prevents your pizza from becoming soggy. With the Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven, you can get pizzeria-perfect pizza without any expensive additional equipment.


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The Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven brings the pizza party indoors. This little guy can achieve hotter temperatures than your home oven, and faster. You can have up to six pizzas baked before your oven is even ready for its first. Today I’m going to show you how to assemble the oven – trust me, it’s easy – and I’m also going to show you how to use the oven to make your best homemade pizza ever.

Let’s take a look at the parts. We’ve got our…

  • Oven hood
  • Cable lock
  • Thermometer
  • Oven hardware
  • Oven door handle
  • Pizza oven base
  • Oven door
  • Bottom pizza stone
  • Pizza stone backstop
  • Top pizza stone

To begin assembly, you’ll need a Phillips head screwdriver. You’ll also need to be sure you’re cooking on a gas range and that it’s clean.

First, we’ll start by ensuring that our oven base is centered over the burner. Then, we’ll install our cable lock by threading it around the grate and through the holes in the bottom of the oven base. Finally, we’ll place the bottom stone into the oven on the brackets.

Next, we’ll install the oven backstop. Simply line up the tab on the back of the backstop at the rear of the oven, and place it on the brackets.

Now we’ll install the twelve-inch stone by simply placing it into the backstop so that it rests on the brackets. The backstop should be sandwiched between the pizza stone and the brackets.

Now we’ll install the oven’s thermometer. Simply drop the thermometer into the guide holes, flip the hood over, and install the two thumbscrews.

After the thermometer’s been installed, we’ll place the hood at the back of the oven where the cutout section is. Simply place the hood on and rock it forward.

Take the handle and attach it to the door. Install the oven door on the oven hood, hooking the top over so that it hangs down and slides easily.

You’ll note that the oven door is slightly smaller than the opening, so there should be a gap on either side.

Now your oven is ready to cook!

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Daniel Replogle

Daniel does business development and marketing at The Companion Group. When he isn’t writing you can find him rock climbing or doing ceramic artwork.