What's New?

» Easier to use than ever
» 450°C (840°F), cooks a pizza in just 2 minutes
» Folding legs for easy storage and transport
» And much much more, read on
 

All new stainless steel design

Now Uuni looks as good as it is. Stainless steel is a super-durable material that can take any weather, anywhere. 

 

Uuni is for all types of food, not just pizza

Uuni 2 offers unlimited possibilities in outdoor cooking. From meats to breads, fish to desserts- Uuni can do it. Of course, there's nothing like a pizza cooked in an Uuni. Our exceptional little oven offers a gorgeous wood-fired taste and a base with just the right balance of chewiness and crispiness. Delicious.

 

Every detail, re-imagined

All the parts of Uuni still pack inside the same small space, yes, even the chimney. We now have folding legs making storage and transport even easier. There's no limits where you can take your Uuni.

 

Solid baking board

Made of 4mm thick solid aluminium, this baking board conducts heat better than stone or even steel making sure you get consistently crispy bases on your pizza. It is removable, easy to clean (it's dishwasher safe) and can be used with a regular oven, too.
Uuni 2 ships with everything you need to get started including a pizza peel and wood pellets.

  

 

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Classic pizza dough recipe

August 23, 2014

I've gone through many many dough recipes over the years and this is the one I currently find myself using the most. Behold, the canonical pizza dough recipe of 2014. Ingredients: 500 g Type '00' flour 320 ml warm water 10 g salt 6 g of dry yeast 2 tbsp of olive oil Method: Start by mixing water, yeast and oil. To get the water to right temperature, I normally measure 220 ml (using a digital scale) of tap cold water and then another 100 ml of boiled water. That tends to bring the temperature to around 36°C. Be careful not to go too warm/hot as that'll kill the yeast. In a separate bowl, I'll shift in the flour with salt.... Continue Reading →

Now shipping and a post about shipping in general

August 23, 2014

As Uuni 2 is now shipping, it's a great time to give a little insight into what goes into Uuni logistics. And, to be perfectly frank, why we still find it a little difficult.  TL;DR: Uuni 2 is now shipping. Shipping is hard. We're getting better at it. Exciting times. 1. Uuni's are currently made in Finland. Main benefit of this for us it that we can visit the factory easily, much more so than, say, if it was made in China. This also provides us with some logistical nightmares. Finland is a fringe country in that there isn't dedicated freight ships heading to USA or even UK everyday. In fact most, consignments we've sent go via mainland Europe, Germany or... Continue Reading →

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