Whether you’re new to the realm of baking, already a grill master or simply want a fuss free alternative to cooking on the stove top, a good oven is a must. So what’s a good oven? Check out below for the different types of ovens that’ll suit your needs.
1. Turbo Incanto TM025SS
There are 9 automatic cooking options that lets you bake, cook, steam, defrost or even grill with just one click of a button on the Turbo Incanto Microwave Oven with grill.
Combining the functionalities of an oven, grill and microwave, this all-in-one wonder is perfect for apartments and space conscious homes. It is also equipped with child safety lock, great for families with young kids.
2. La Germania Prima Series 90 RIS95C 61L B X
Space efficient, this electric single oven with a stove has 5 burners including a central wok burner for more heat and flavour. The oven itself is a beauty, sporting a stainless steel frame with bright red knobs and an oven thermometer. It also has a removable inner glass for easy cleaning, whereas the stove has cast iron pan supports and aluminum burners.
3. Brandt BKV6132X
This is a built-in oven that’s as care-free and easy as sunday morning runny eggs. With a water tank that is removable and requires no outside connection, forget the need for an inlet when installing this oven.
When it comes to maintenance, the oven features an anti-scale technology that uses teflon coated steam injectors as well as cold water circulation to eliminate the risk limescale deposits.
4. Tefal 33L Optimo Oven
Start small, literally. If you’re just discovering the wonders of an oven, you don’t need some fancy, chunky machine. A small set up is perfect to get you started, usually being space and energy efficient. And when you don’t have the time to prep and bake, it’s also useful to reheat food.
This particular Tefal oven is great for those who doesn’t know what they want in an oven yet. With 6 cooking methods, once can learn to bake sweet or savoury dishes, meat, pastry or even grill food. Sure it’s small, but it packs lots of functions for its size.
5. Iona GL4802
What can you fit into this 48L oven? Try either a whole chicken, 12’ inch pizzas, 6 pieces of prime ribs, or 24 chicken wings. It’s not a matter of what’ll fit but instead, what are you in the mood for.
This big oven has independent top and bottom controls that allows you to tailor the heat internally for a more even temperature.
6. Panasonic NT-GT1W
This oven toaster is a nifty little appliance that’s also super affordable. You can toast bread, melt cheese on sandwiches or even bake some cookies. Other features and conveniences include an adjustable thermostat for temperature control and a removable crumb tray for easy cleaning.
7. Kenwood Electric Oven MOM880BS
You can use pretty much any oven to bake polymer clay, just not a microwave. An electric convection oven like this one would be best because with electric ovens, the temperature is more consistent as compared to gas ovens.
Not only that, but the convection fan ensures that the air circulation creates an even temperature throughout internally. The glass mirror on this oven is also very wide, giving you full view of your clays as they bake.
8. Rinnai Combo
An oven, a hood and an induction cooktop; this is a complete combo worth every penny! The Rinnai RBO-5CSI buitl-in oven has the capacity of 61L behind its removable double glass door.
In terms of cooking, there’s a grill element with conventional top and lower heating. You’ll also find two induction zones atop as well as a slime line hood to complete the set.
9. Rommelsbacher BG1650
With a timer that goes up to 90 minutes instead of the usual 60, this is a great big 40L oven for all your baking needs, be it for cookies, bread or cakes. It includes 4 heating modes for your choosing; upper, lower, with and without circulating air, and lower heat with circulating air. With that, you can choose your desired heat for different baking goods.
10. Rowenta Gourmet Pro OC7878
This oven consist of not your regular convection fan, but one with a Rowenta 3D convection system. It can disperse several circulations of heat for an even bake as well as attend to two dishes simultaneously. And when you’re done cooking, there is a “Keep Warm” function that operates up to 10 hours.
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