A Convection Oven: What it Is and Why You Need One
It functions differently from your average oven.
A convection oven shouldn’t be confused with your average oven—it has several features that will help you cook and bake faster.
Simply put, a convection oven has a fan and exhaust system that blows the hot air around food. This enables your food to cook quickly and evenly.
When using a convection oven, meats and vegetables brown faster when they’re roasted. It’s also an energy-efficient kitchen appliance since almost everything requires less cooking time with a convection oven. When to use a convection oven? A convection oven (or a convection setting in your oven) is best used for making cookies, pies, pastries, and roasting meats and veggies.
The Thomson Manual Oven has a 36-liter capacity, has a roasting and convection capacity, and has an adjustable thermostat to up to 230 degrees.