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The Blackstone Patio Oven has a tray under the oven body that allows placement of the LP tank. There is also a hanging tray on the front of the oven attached to the legs. Get artisan style gourmet oven results in your own backyard with the Blackstone Patio Oven. Expand your possibilities beyond the grill and into the world of the backyard oven. Everything from Brick Oven style pizzas, to steaks, pastas, roasted vegetables, breads, open face sandwiches, casseroles, desserts and much, much more! The possibilities are endless, and so are the culinary rewards.
- Rotating culinary stone for consistent and reliable brick oven style results
- Commercial grade locking swivel castors for greater portability
- 60,000 BTU burner for quick and even heat up past 700° F
- Infinitely adjustable burner valve for precise temperature control
- 1-AA battery (not included) push button igniter for safety and simplicity
- Proprietary convection design for consistent heat distribution
- Durable steel handles with heat resistant plastic for easy maneuvering and portability
- AC/DC powered rotisserie motor so you can plug it in, or install 2 D batteries (not included) so you can take it with you
Q: I hear a clicking sound coming from my motor. What does that mean and what should I do?
A: This means your motor has a broken tooth inside. Please contact Blackstone products for replacement motor.
Q: How much variance can the rotating tray at have as it goes around in a circle?
A: ¼ to ½ of an inch variance in the rotating tray is fine. If over that you may need a new replacement rotating tray.
Q: Do I need to season the stone?
A: No, you do not. You cook pizza directly on the stone it will darken.
Q: What can I do if my stone is black and I wanted to clean again?
A: The black is not harmful to you it is simply stone seasoning over time. However, you may carefully flip the stone over before use the other side that is clean. You may also turn the oven on with the motor rotating the tray at a higher temperature to burn off the excess char.
Q: What do I do if I have accidentally broken my stone?
A: New stones can be purchased by calling our customer support at (435) 252-3030 ext#1.
Q: How does this adjustable regulator work?
A: The regulator that comes with the Blackstone patio oven is a high-pressure regulator. To open the gas flow, turn the red knob all the way to the right then back approximately 1 1/2 turns. The red knob allows you to adjust the flame more precisely.
Q: Is the Blackstone Patio Oven a portable?
A: Yes, the Blackstone oven is portable as it has wheels. Also, there are pushpins to release the body from the legs making it able to be transported into separate pieces.
Q: What is the best way to keep my pizza from sticking to the peel?
A: We recommend dusting the bottom of the dough lightly, as well as the pizza peel, with your choice of flour, semolina, or corn meal. This allows the pizza to freely slide around on the pizza peel and not stick.
Q: How long does it take to cook a pizza?
A: We have found a pizza cooks in just under three minutes. This depends on the type of pizza you’re cooking. i.e. A thin crust pizza will require less time than a deep-dish pizza.
Q: Why is the pizza not cooked all the way through before the crust begins to burn?
A: We recommend you preheat your Blackstone Patio Oven with the motor on turning the tray for approximately 10 minutes prior to cooking your pizzas. This heats the stone all the way through as well as gives the upper stone time to heat through as well. Keeping your Patio Oven set at a consistent temperature will help with this also. You can cook pizzas at any temperature however, keeping it between 350-450 degrees (on the temperature gauge) consistently works very well.
Q: If the temperature gauge on my oven says 350°, what is the actual temperature in the oven?
A: This varies as the oven functions in a convectional type manner. The stone can be one temperature of the air can be a separate temperature, but usually close to double inside the Patio Oven.
Q: What is the warranty for my pizza oven?
A: As of January 1, 2017, your Blackstone pizza oven has a one year warranty.