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Moe Szyslak

Cook a frozen pizza?

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Looking for good ways people have come up with to cook a frozen pizza out in a perm, or if there are ways!?

No generator, just propane.

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If you have a round rack that fits in a pan and a cover that fits over it. problem solved.

I've thought about this a lot, but haven't gone shopping for it yet.

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Pre-cook. Heat up with propane stove or burner. May not be as good as freshly baked but would still be pizza.

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I cook frozen pizza's on my weber charcoal, but it's a bear to get lit on windy days.

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I have cooked frozen pizza's on my gas grill. Actually came out really good.

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yeah grilling jacks pizza's is actually real good!

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I will 3rd the grill. IMO better than the oven

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You always can call and have pizza delivered to the launch or resort.

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you could cook it at home before you go and then eat it cold or warm up in a pan.

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I have cooked up a Heggie's Six Pack on a Mr Cooker in the portable. It was edible.

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We have an apartment size LP stove in our perm. I put it on a pizza tin, put it in the oven, kind of like at home. Works pretty good. Bill

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you could cook it at home before you go and then eat it cold or warm up in a pan.

Has anyone tried one of those Presto Rotating Pizza Light thingys hooked to an inverter?

I have a charcoal grill that I keep in the fish house... Don't know if that will do the trick, or smoke the pizza up???

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You always can call and have pizza delivered to the launch or resort.

Yeh baby! I like this option, it works real good. Especially when the local delivery will drive out to your perm on the ice depending on who is working that night. grin

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I make my own and they work great.Seems to work a little beter if you dont go overboard on toppings.

Before you freeze the pizza, wrap it well in aluminum foil. When ready to cook, defrost at fish house temperature and then place the foil package on a hot grill. Cover and bake about 30 minutes. Open foil and peek after about 20 minutes.

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I bought a Coleman Camp Oven. It folds into a small box and sits on top of a 1 burner stove. Works well for me, but you might have to cut the pizza in halve to fit it in. I use mine alot, make fresh biscuits for breakfast, I think it was about 30.00.Oven1.jpg

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minnbowhunter has a good idea with the camp oven. In the BWCA we make our own pizzas using soft taco shells, cheese, pizza sauce and pepperoni

they are very tasty and easy to make...not a real pizza but deff well worth it.

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Get the mr.heater cooker(sunflower) bring out a pizza pan set it on top wait 9 mins and you are good togo

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nothing hard about fixin a pizza in my house I just lite the oven & put it in for what ever time it takes. nice to have comfort.

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If I bought a power inverter that plugs into my trucks cigarrete lighter would it have enough power to run one of thoses pizzazz pizza makers?

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If I bought a power inverter that plugs into my trucks cigarrete lighter would it have enough power to run one of thoses pizzazz pizza makers?

I don't know, those are pretty high watts I believe.

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1st choice is the kettle grill, outside the door. BTW, don't limit yourself to frozen pizzas, homemade/custom pizzas on foil pans are AWESOME on the grill!! 2nd choice is the oven in my fish house, should I care to get the house overheated. and 3rd, using my generator and borrowing the daughters 'pizza-go-round' is an alright method too. Last February, at a company fishing contest, I made 3-18" pizzas on the grille and fed like 13 people. Now, a lot of them have started grilling their own pizzas and are passing the method on! Phred52

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Originally Posted By: grizzald
If I bought a power inverter that plugs into my trucks cigarrete lighter would it have enough power to run one of thoses pizzazz pizza makers?

I don't know, those are pretty high watts I believe.

your right, they say they take 1235 watts, that would mean you would need a 1500 watt inverter, this has to be ran DIRECTLY to the battery, and your looking at around 100 bucks on the low end according to google search. Google search here.

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