Last week I shared with you some of the great features about the KitchenAid Multi-Door Fridge and the Black Stainless Suite. And this time I wanted to share something that will save you time in the kitchen. The wall oven with Even-Heat™ True Convection.
If you’re not familiar with convection ovens yet, unlike traditional ovens which rely on radiation from the oven walls to transfer heat into the food, convection ovens have fans inside that help circulate the air. This means that the whole oven stays evenly heated and maintains a consistent temperature. Because of this it also reduces the time it take to cook your food. Less cooking = more enjoying.
The convection oven comes in two sizes. You get 4.3 Cu. Ft. capacity from the 27″ oven, and 5 Cu. Ft. capacity from the 30″ oven. Both have plenty of room to allow for cooking multiple dishes at the same time (and the convection ensures they’re all evenly heated).
The bottom rack has a SatinGlide™ roll out, so you can comfortably remove large and heavy dishes from the the oven.
Because convection cooking takes less time, and can usually be done at a lower temperature, KitchenAid has added in an EasyConvect™ Conversion System. With the press of a button you can convert your regular bake temperatures and times for convection cooking. No guess work, or checking the oven to make sure the food isn’t overcooked. Which means your food will come out perfect every time.
Like the other newest appliances from KitchenAid, the oven features satin cross-hatch handles, that are inspired by professional kitchens, and are easy to grip, and easy to clean. And the red KitchenAid Medallion, which is their mark of quality.