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Electric Ovens Will Charge Up Your Baking Skills

Are you getting ready to upgrade your kitchen and thinking about gas or electric appliances? Well if you love a seamless look in your kitchen or need to save space, a single built-in electric oven might be just your speed.

What Are Electric Wall Ovens?

Electric wall ovens are ovens that are powered by electricity and are installed in a wall, cabinet, or under-counter space with no need for ventilation. Most wall ovens come in standard widths of 24, 27, 30, or 36 inches, capacities around 3.5 cu. ft., and need a 230- or 240-volt connection. The width dimensions correlate to your cabinet space and the actual dimensions will change product by product, so make sure to measure your space!

To give an idea of how many oven racks you need, a typical 30-inch model will have two or three racks, which let you cook multiple dishes at the same time.

What is the Difference Between Air Fry and Convection?

Air frying is a new way to cook your meals to crispy, golden goodness without frying food in tons of oil. Ovens with air fry settings blast extremely hot air throughout the oven cavity to fry your food—which allows you to make healthier versions of your fried favorites. Be sure to give us a call or browse our catalog to see which ovens have this feature.

Convection is different than air frying, as the process uses an internal fan to circulate hot air (as opposed to the extremely hot air of an air fry setting). Convection baking also differs from traditional baking in that it has better heat distribution, shorter cooking times, and results in more even cooking than traditional methods.

Higher-end models will feature True Convection (or European Convection), which uses an additional heating element to improve on the results of regular convection. In addition, some electric ovens expand on True Convection with Twin Convection, which adds a second fan to circulate the hot air even more—just look out for cold spots.

What Features Does My Electric Oven Need?

The features you need for your oven all depend on how you like to cook. But here are a few that’ll help with your hangry family:

  • Steam cooking: Use hot steam to cook your food and lock in moisture.
  • Adjustable racks or removable half racks: Make room for every dish, especially if your oven has six or seven rack positions!
  • Infrared grill systems, variable broil, or high-low broil: Quickly cook at extremely high heats for most foods or low heats for chicken, fish, or thick meats.
  • Proof mode: Rise dough to bake bread the right way.
  • Self-clean or steam-clean: Self-clean will burn away the mess into ash while steam uses plain water and lasts around 30 minutes!
  • Electronic displays, delayed bake/start, warm and hold: Precisely control your oven around your busy schedule!
  • French, side-swing, or removable doors: Easily access your oven space no matter what your kitchen layout is.

Do you have any more questions? Are you still considering the differences between an oven, stove, or range? Go ahead and gives us a call for the customer service you can’t get anywhere else!