If you’ve got a frozen pizza and a convection oven, then you may not be certain that it is good for cooking the frozen food item.
Fortunately, convection ovens are great for cooking frozen pizzas.
And, they really do make the best tasting pizza at home, even when you’re starting from the freezer.
Baking a frozen pizza in a convection oven is really easy to do.
Below, I’ll share my tips on getting the perfect frozen pizza from your convection oven.
Why Convection Ovens Are Good For Cooking Frozen Pizza
In case you don’t know, convection ovens differ from your standard kitchen oven due to how they work.
When you cook something in a convection oven, the hot air from the oven basically hits it from all directions.
This means that you get a very even cooking since the heat it coming at the frozen pizza from all angles.
So, your crust gets crispy and brown while your cheese gets all melty and yummy – without you needing to use the broiler.
Basically, when you use a convection oven for a frozen pizza, the result is a perfectly cooked pie.
How Long To Cook & What Temperature?
The most important thing to remember when using a convection oven for your frozen pizza is that you have to adjust both the cook temperature and the amount of time for cooking.
As a general rule of thumb, you should reduce the cook temperature by 25 degrees and reduce the cook time by 25% to get a perfectly cooked frozen pizza from the convection oven.
As you can see, using a convection oven is a great way to cook a pizza at home, even a frozen pizza.
Just remember to adjust your time and temperature settings so that you don’t over cook it!image: Thomson200, CC0, via Wikimedia Commons