Convection microwaves are an exciting advancement on the revolutionary microwave. The next time you buy a microwave, consider a convection microwave to get an even more useful appliance.
Convection microwaves use the simple but ingenious idea of using a fan to circulate the air inside your microwave. This basic idea addresses some of the weaknesses of a microwave versus a traditional oven, while enhancing its usability.
With a regular microwave, your food is heated directly, but not evenly. This is why sometimes the bowl or dish is too hot to touch, while the food might still be frozen. It is also a big part of the reason the microwave can dry out and make leftovers rubbery and chewy. By moving the air around inside the microwave, the hot spots are avoided and the food is cooked more evenly. Because hot air is swirling around inside the microwave as it cooks, a convection microwave can even brown or bake like a regular oven. And on top of it all, a convection microwave oven will cook faster than a traditional microwave.
Convection microwaves are available in many styles and colors. You can get a counter top convection microwave that can simply be put into use by setting it on any flat surface in just about any room. Or you can opt for an over the range convection microwave that will double as a ventilation appliance for your kitchen and save valuable counter space.
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