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Tips to choose an oven

Microwave Bosch ovens are no longer considered a reheating device. Today, the microwave oven has become an important part of the kitchen that has dramatically modified the kitchen setting without taking up much space either. Bosch, Beko, Teka, Delonghi, and Candy are the leading manufacturers of ovens. Some useful tips for choosing an oven are as follows;

Convection heating

Unlike traditional radiant heating, convection heating uses a fan to circulate hot air inside the Beko ovens which saves time and money on your electricity bill.

Dual ovens

Dual ovens have two separate cooking compartments that allow you to cook different dishes at the same time at different temperatures without affecting each other.

Temperature probe

Next, check the temperature probe that plugs into the side of your oven wall. You dont have to manually check the food by opening the door. This probe in Delonghi ovens monitors the internal temperature of food while cooking and then displays the temperature on the control panel.

Glass doors

Its recommended to avoid opening an oven door as much as you can. Because if you open the door while the food is being cooked, the heat will escape and the internal temperature will eventually dropdown. Hence, when choosing Candy ovens, pick glass door models that are so helpful. Without opening the door, you can still see the food you are cooking.

Sabbath mode

The Sabbath mode feature is a lifesaver in Teka ovens if you want to keep your food warm without further cooking.

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