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Four great features of the GE convection oven

If you are planning to get a convection oven that is built-in, then you should definitely check out GE’s latest model. It is packed with amazing features such as multiple cooking modes, self-clean with a steam-clean option, fantastic control options, etc. Before you buy one, read further to know more about its unique cooking features and capabilities.

  • Food gets cooked evenly
    Traditional ovens get too hot or cold in any area. However, this will not be the case when you use GE’s built-in convection oven. This is because these ovens use True European Convection with Direct Air. This type of technology has a fan on the inner side which allows the hot air to flow all over the oven. This keeps the temperature equal in all parts of the oven. Therefore in a convection oven, cooking a pie and having it remain cold in the middle when the timer goes off is not an issue. However, the scenario in a traditional oven would be different.
  • Shorter cooking time
    Due to the presence of a fan in GE built-in convection oven, the food gets cooked instantly even at a lower temperature. This quickens your cooking pace if you have to manage multiple recipes at once. This also means that a lesser amount of electricity is spent, so you indirectly even end up saving on your utility bills.
  • Can cook more than one dish at a time
    In case you are preparing a meal for a big family more than one dish might need to be cooked at any given time. This will complicate the scenario since various dishes will lead to fluctuations in the temperature of the oven. This will result in any one dish cooking at a faster pace and the other being left half-baked. However, this will never be the case for a GE built-in convection oven since the technology used ensures that these dishes are cooked or baked evenly. In a GE convection oven, the dishes can easily be stacked on top of each other, and the food will always be cooked at the right temperature.
  • Dishes can be put anywhere
    In a traditional oven, the plates cannot be placed on a rack that is either too close to top or bottom. This will create risk as these can get burnt. However, in a GE convection oven and the dishes can be comfortably stacked without any chance of ruining the food.

Besides the convection ovens from GE, you can also check out its double wall ovens, combination ovens, electric wall ovens, etc. All of these have their own highlights, so you can pick the one that suits your wallet and culinary needs.

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