convectiontoaster 300x180 Convection Toaster Oven GuideA convection toaster combines a traditional toaster oven with convection technology to heat food more quickly and thoroughly. People often think of convection ovens only in terms of large range ovens, but these days it is commonplace in many other appliances, including toasters and convection microwaves.

What is a Convection Oven?

A convection oven works by using a fan to circulate hot air around an enclosed space. This high-speed fan moves the heat equally around the oven, thus providing equal heat to everything you’re cooking.

Why Use a Convection Toaster?

Traditional toasters are great for quickly browning or crisping food, but sometimes you may want to cook a full meal in your toaster oven. With convection, that process is faster and easier. With the ability to easily bake or broil, the only limitation is your imagination.

If you’ve used a toaster oven for meals in the past, you may have found that while the outside is brown and fully cooked, the inside is cold, or uncooked. Convection pushes the heat around more evenly, so that you could cook, say, a whole chicken, and know that it will be thoroughly done.

As an added bonus, convection ovens produce less heat and use less energy, meaning lower energy bills and a cooler kitchen.

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