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Mini BGE Pizza Results

FritzFritz Posts: 179
edited 9:59AM in EggHead Forum
When Spin said he did this I thought he had to be kidding. I could not imagine doing a pizza in the Mini BGE. So, we tried it Saturday night. There are no pics because we ate them so fast. :-)[p]I placed two stones in the mini warmed 'em up for about 20 minutes at 450*. In went the pies. I took 'em out att 5 minutes.Perfect.[p]The last pie (#5) I cooked for about 7 minutes as the temp had fallen to about 375*. Perfect.[p]When we were done I removed the stones and there was practically zero lump left. THE mini was holding a temp of about 375* with no lump.[p]This was an incredibly fun way to do pizza. These small pies allowed for lots of individualization with toppings and we did not use much lump.[p]I don't know why I ever doubted the mini could do it.[p]Fritz


  • FireballFireball Posts: 354
    Where did you get the small pizza stone? Or did you use something else? Thanks

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    You beat me to that question, I was wondering the same thing. Theres only one of me and I'm not that big of an eater, a mini pizza sounds great.
    New Bob

  • SpinSpin Posts: 1,375
    Fritz,[p]Sorry for not posting to your response :-{.[p]The little one is certainly not as serious as its larger siblings, but does offer the most fun for experimentation.[p]An Egg is an Egg. Congratulations.[p]Spin
  • FritzFritz Posts: 179
    Fireball,[p]If my memory is correct we bought them at Target. They were right there in the cookware department. They are sold two to a pack, perfect for the mini. I am sorry I cannot remember the name of the manufacturer, we bought them a couple of years ago for use in the small.[p]Fritz
  • cactusjkcactusjk Posts: 14
    Can anyone go into detail on how to use the mini woo ring for pizza?
  • THEBuckeyeTHEBuckeye Posts: 3,943
    Didn't happen  B)
    New Albany, Ohio 

  • ChubbsChubbs Posts: 6,900
    cactusjk said:
    Can anyone go into detail on how to use the mini woo ring for pizza?
    First, nice bump of a 15 year old thread. Props there. 

    Get the Old Oven Stones from amazon. One goes into the woo to make indirect. Then place grid on top of woo then second stone on top of grid. 
    Columbia, SC --- LBGE 2011 -- MINI BGE 2013
  • cactusjkcactusjk Posts: 14
    Thanks.  Most people seem to be using the two stones and only a few use one.
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