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Posted by Linda Merrill | Oct 13, 2009

Convection Ovens

Convection Ovens

Up until recently, convection ovens have been available at the upper extremes of the market only. Convection, or turbo ovens, include a fan that circulates the heat around the oven, providing for more even heating at lower temperatures and quicker cook times. Kitchen appliances of this type have been popular at all levels in Europe for years, but are only recently moving into mainstream appliances in the American market. Convection mode is available on gas or electric ovens and these beauties come in a range of finishes and styles.

Maytag 30” Electric Range with Convection

This freestanding range offers the great qualities of convection cooking-even heating at lower temps-with a hidden bake element in the floor of the oven which makes for easy cleaning. The range can be installed between cabinets, as an end unit or alone, depending on your space requirements. Photo credit/available at: Homeeverything.com.

GE 27” Built-In Convection Wall Oven

A wall oven is a great space saver for smaller kitchens or a wonderful second oven for the avid cook. This model features a flat convection fan cover to better accommodate roasting and baking pans in a small space. The convection bake setting is multi-mode to accommodate single layer baking, double layer baking and roasting. Photo credit/available at: Abesofmaine.com.

KitchenAid White Architect 30" Stove

This Series II 30” gas convection oven from KitchenAid's Architect line offers 16,000 BTU's for a wide range of cooking options. It also offers a 5,000 BTU burner for continuous simmer that won't allow foods to overheat. Sealed burners kees food off the burn box and the cook top easier to clean. This stove is freestanding for flexible installation options. Photo credit/available at: Thegreatindoors.com.

Frigidaire Gallery 30” Single Convection Wall Oven

This electric wall oven boasts a sleek and sophisticated look in stainless steel that is the perfect complement for either tradition or modern styled kitchens. Great for smaller kitchens with limited floor space, this also makes an excellent second oven for the avid cook who loves to entertain. This oven even helps take the guesswork out of convection conversion times with one-touch heating. Photo credit/available at: Homeeverything.com.

Frigidaire 30” Freestanding Electric Range

This stainless steel electric range with convection oven offers the modern look of stainless in a flexible freestanding model. The seamless ceramic cook top is easily cleanable and the larger clear oven window means less need to open the door and check on the progress. The convection oven is self-cleaning and has two removable racks for flexible size needs. Photo credit/available at: Conns.com.

Euro-Pro 6-Slice Rotisserie Convection Oven

This table-top size convection oven is the perfect solution for smaller cooking jobs like baking brownies. It accommodates a 12” pizza and can rotisserie a chicken! The convection mode means a quicker, more even baking experience in less time than a conventional oven. The smaller size combined with shorter cook times means saving on the electric bill! Photo credit/available at: Lowes.com.

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