convection oven


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convection oven

[kən′vek·shən ‚əv·ən]
(engineering)
An oven containing a fan that continuously circulates hot air around the food being prepared.
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The company is now offering the flexible Blodgett SHO-E Convection Oven at industry-low pricing.
The lower tier features a natural-gas convection oven and a wire-mesh conveyor belt.
Featuring an impressive 24-litre capacity oven, the All-in-One has an advanced 1300W convection oven, which cooks fast, efficiently and saves energy.
Baxter's Hybrid Convection Oven combines the best features of the company's rotating rack oven and a traditional convection oven in a small footprint.
The wider convection oven can accommodate two rows of baking trays, positioned side-by-side, effectively doubling the throughput capabilities of the one-pan-wide model.
Convection ovens are fan-assisted for faster cooking.
Over-the-range microwaves that function as a traditional microwave or a convection oven, like this model by Dacor (photo left), can brown, bake, broil, crisp or roast your food, so you don't need to use your oven at all.
Bake until firm to touch and slightly browned, about 45 minutes (40 in convection oven).
The company then joined forces with the University of Chile and developed a large-scale convection oven that used hot air to toast staves and chips.
Menomonee Falls, Wis.-based Alto-Shaam's Platinum Series gas and electric convection oven models are now available in a 12-pan capacity.
The pizza is made in a convection oven, and it has a bready, thick crust that doesn't seem fully baked, not much tomato sauce, and not a lot of cheese.
(Did you know that North Carolina supplies forty percent of the sweet potatoes consumed in the entire United States?) It works best when cooked in a convection oven, but it can be made in a conventional oven or, as you see, on the stove top.