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KettlePizza
Pizza Oven for Gas Grill

Transform your gas grill into a grill top pizza oven · Oven reaches up to 600-700° F · Cooks pizza in about eight minutes

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$329.00 – $349.00

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This stainless steel insert transforms a gas grill into a grill top pizza oven. It sits on the grill grate and is designed to maintain and circulate heat to cook a crispy pizza in about eight minutes.

  • Made in HUDSON, New Hampshire
  • Instructions: For use with gas grills with at least three burners and a minimum of 24" x 17" grill area. The gas grill oven kit sits directly on the grill grate. See full user manual
  • Cooks pizza in an average of eight minutes
  • Can reach temperatures 600-700° Fahrenheit depending on the BTUs of the grill
  • Easy-to-read thermometer indicates when grill has reached pizza cooking temperature
  • Cordierite pizza stone withstands temperatures up to 1000° Fahrenheit
  • Deluxe kit features wooden pizza peel built to endure the heat, measures 22” long, with a 12″ x 14″ surface
  • Please note: Grill is not included. Do not use conventional oven pizza stones in the pizza oven. Stainless steel insert may change color with use
Made in the USA

Includes:

Basic Kit: Stainless steel gas grill insert, 15" cordierite pizza stone, thermometer, and grill gloves; Deluxe Kit: All of the above, and 22" wooden pizza peel

Dimensions:

Basic: 24" x 17" x 4"; Deluxe: 24" x 17" x 4"

Weight:

25 lbs; Deluxe: 27 lbs

Materials:

Grill insert: Stainless steel; Pizza peel (included only in deluxe kit): Wood; Pizza stone: Cordierite; Grill gloves: Leather

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