When it comes to home-cooking, especially if you do it every day, things can get stagnant and start to feel chore-like after a while. Coming up with new things to make, so the family doesn’t get bored or even trying to cater to picky eaters can really make the cooking experience rather draining.
Building your own pizza oven is a fantastic way to shake things up, get the creativity flowing, and ultimately have a great time making food again. Plus, the challenge of constructing a DIY pizza oven presents a good opportunity to get the family together in a super fun way. The best part is once you’ve finished, you and your family can now enjoy beautiful, mouthwatering flame-cooked pizzas whenever the mood strikes!
Before doing anything else, you first have to choose the perfect spot for your pizza oven. Whether in your garden or in the corner of your patio, make sure you pick a spot you would like to stay.
Once you’ve chosen your favorite location for your homemade pizza oven, you must gather the appropriate materials next. Brick and clay are ideal for your pizza oven build. For a more stable and durable structure that’ll stand up well to weather, combining both of these materials is recommended.
Below are the different materials you will need:
Now that you’ve got what you need grab your wagon or wheelbarrow, a whole bunch of water, and get ready to make your own brick pizza oven.
Once you’ve got your own brick pizza oven nicely set up in your outdoor backyard area, you and your family will find yourselves sharing quality time around it often. The process of building your own can be messy and require some good old elbow grease.
So, if the task seems like too much, you can always just go ahead and purchase a professional-grade pizza oven of your own for your backyard kitchen. Either way, once you’ve enjoyed the authenticity of fire-cooked dishes in the comfort of your own home, not only will you not have to order takeout anymore – you won’t want to!