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A quick and easy uncooked pizza sauce for anyone. This particular uncooked pizza sauce recipe simply needs all ingredients added, blended and ready to serve..

Ingredients for the uncooked pizza sauce:

1 x 100 gr can tomato paste
0.35L water
7 cl extra-virgin olive oil
2 cloves garlic, minced
Salt and pepper
1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh oregano leaves
1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh basil leaves
1/2 tablespoon chopped fresh rosemary leaves

Directions
Mix together the tomato paste, water, and olive oil. Mix well. Add garlic,
salt and pepper, to taste, oregano, basil, and rosemary. Mix well and let stand several hours or overnight to let flavors blend. The uncooked pizza sauce is easy and delicious, just spread on your desired pizzadough, add toppings and bake in in the pizza oven.

 

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Pizza oven energy cost

What is my Pizza Oven Energy Cost? Electrical cost calculation on average power charges to run a pizza oven. In order to calculate an average for your pizza oven energy cost, we researched the average electricity cost in Europe. As electricity costs vary from country to country between 6.2 cents and 14.7 cents per KW/h, we decided to calculate our example with € 0.10 cents per hour. Furthermore the most common size pizza deck oven in the Europe is 63 x 63 x 6 cm. In general you need more electricity to power a double deck oven vs. a single deck oven, although you will not need double the amount of electricity as the pizza ovens are stacked above each other and feed themselves with outgoing heat. So a fair number is x 1.65. Now assuming you can bake four pizza at one time and produce 12 to 20 pizza per hour.

Pizza Oven Energy Costs Calculation:

A single deck pizzaoven

Size: 63 x 63 x 6”

Power: 4,5 KWh 400V

Energy consumption per hour: 3.5 KWh

Cost per KWh: € 0.10

Cost per hour: € 0.35

Pizza Oven Energy Cost (single deck) per hour per DAY:

1 hour €  0.35

2 hours €  0.70

3 hours €  1.05

4 hours €  1.40

5 hours €  1.75

6 hours €  2.10

7 hours €  2.45

8 hours €  2.80

9 hours €  3.15

10 hours €  3.50

11 hours €  3.85

12 hours €  4.20

Pizza Oven Energy Cost (single deck) per hour per MONTH:

1 hour €  10.50

2 hours €  21.00

3 hours €  32.00

4 hours €  42.50

5 hours €  53.00

6 hours €  63.50

7 hours €  74.00

8 hours €  84.50

9 hours €  95.00

10 hours € 105.50

11 hours € 116.00

12 hours € 126.50

Pizza Oven Energy Cost (single deck) per hour per YEAR:

1 hour €  126.00

2 hours €  252.00

3 hours €  378.00

4 hours €  504.00

5 hours €  630.00

6 hours €  756.00

7 hours €  882.00

8 hours €  1,008.00

9 hours €  1,134.00

10 hours €  1,260.00

11 hours €  1,386.00

12 hours €  1,512.00

Pizza Oven Energy Cost (double deck) per hour per YEAR:

1 hour €  207.90

2 hours €  415.80

3 hours €  625.70

4 hours €  833.60

5 hours €  1,041.50

6 hours €  1,249.40

7 hours €  1,457.30

8 hours €  1,873.10

9 hours €  2,081.00

10 hours €  2,288.90

11 hours €  2,496.80

12 hours €  2,704.70

Now the quality of your pizzaoven is very important, if you choose an Asian model you will have to add an easy 10 – 15% to these costs as the insulation is by far not comparable to any other ovens. These numbers are average from the following commercial pizzaoven manufacturers: Italforni; Moretti; Zanolli; OEM; GGF; Fage; Cuppone; Tornati Forni; GGG; GAM.

Temperature variations of up to 50 C (122 F) degrees are not uncommon with most manufacturers. So far only one manufacturer, OEM”s new ovens can provide a pizzaoven with an average of 15 to 20% energy savings. The reason is superior insulation and a heating element (ECO PLUS) that measures exact to 1 degree Celsius. This counts to energy savings of about € 540.94 per year per oven. Now imagine you have a pizza chain and have several outlets.

Yearly savings on a multiple pizza restaurants:

10 stores: €  5,409.40

20 stores: €  10,818.80

30 stores: €  16,228.20

40 stores: €  21,636.60

50 stores: €  27,046.00

100 stores: €  54,094.00

By utilizing your single deck unit and having a good business you will save

+/- €  1,512.00 per year on energy costs. With a dual chamber unit your savings are

€ 2,704.00. This is a simple energy savings example; now compare your Chinese oven for about € 1,800.00 with high energy cost to for example the PAC6630DL pizza oven made in Italy. Same size, two decks with ECO PLUS Technology at a purchase price of 4.345,00. Yes your initial investment is higher, although the longevity is four times compare to the Asian model and the energy savings more as the Asian pizza oven cost. Now you do the numbers, there is no question but to choose a higher quality pizza oven, as the difference in the investment is paid of within 1 year. The savings over a ten year period are huge, the quality of your baked item, pizza, sandwich or whatever you bake is also non-comparable.

First do your research on your new pizza oven energy cost before you invest into your future, it will pay of to invest more on time and research in the beginning.


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