Convection Microwave Oven

Convection Microwave Oven

Zaha Hadid, an Iraqi-British architect once said, “there are 360 degrees so why stick to one?”

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Whether its building, designing or furnishing a home, we all want the most efficient and latest trends to keep our homes running smoothly. With that in mind, a kitchen has evolved over time and taken a new turn when it comes to cooking with microwaves. Microwaves can reheat the inside of a food using the water and molecules by using microwave radiation, so in the past, a microwave was for only reheating.   But, there is a new spin on microwaves, called the “convection microwave oven” and they are allowing not only reheating but baking too! Needless to say we're sold! Using a convection microwave oven, is a matter of spinning a dial and you can bake your food or reheat your food.  When on “convection mode”, the microwave will use a heating element with a fan to circulate the air to bake your food evenly, giving it a crispy finish. Normal conventional ovens or toaster ovens usually do not have this fan and exhaust system and often rely on radiation from the oven walls. Another big draw to these is their size. Although they look like a typical large sized microwave, they really are just smaller versions of ovens. 

Choosing where to place your convection microwave oven can help the flow of your kitchen and save counter space. Typically many homeowner will choose to install it above their ovens or stoves, but if you're dying for a beautiful hood above that space- may we suggest another place we are seeing these bad boys installed. Ready for it?? The new preference seems to be under your counter tops or in your kitchen island. This placement not only keeps it out of sights, but it also allows easy accessibility which makes it the center of all your kitchen preparations. Ready... Set... Bake!