Conventional oven

Benefits of Convection Ovens

Convection ovens have been around since the 1950s, and though more expensive than conventional ovens, the benefits are worth considering. Some of the benefits of convection ovens are:

So what is a convection oven?

A convection oven deals with the problems of hot and cold spots and uneven like cooking result by using a fan to circulate air and keep the temperature more steady. When hot air is blowing onto foo as opposed to merely surrounding it, the food tends to cook more quickly. A short version of the scientific explanation for this is that moving air speeds up the rate of heat transference that naturally occurs when air of two different temperatures converge.

A convection oven does just that, it is a fan forced oven which circulates hot air around the oven chamber, hence acting as a catalyst for faster heat transference and a more even cooking temperature.

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Does a Convection Oven Cook Faster than Conventional Oven?

yury, 12/20/2016Conventional ovens bake and roast by surrounding food with heat from the bottom of the oven cavity. Broiling food has intense heat coming from above, either in the oven, or behind a small door under the oven.

Toaster oven vs microwave

Toaster ovens and microwaves generally have different wattage. The average microwave uses 9watts, and toaster ovens 12watts in the U.S. That means from the get-go the microwave is ahead of the toaster oven in energy efficient cooking as it uses about less power.