A turbo convection oven cooks
food fast and is easy to clean; this is why it is gaining popularity all over the world.
These ovens do not look like the normal ovens;
rather, some look almost like goldfish bowls! We’ve highlighted quite a few pictures of turbo
convection ovens on this site.
You have to place the food in this turbo
convection oven and cover it with the oven top.
A fan and a heater is in the top, heating elements
are obviously hidden and heat is not directly radiated on the food.
This leads to cooking in an even manner which
means that the top part of the food item will not burn.
Food is usually placed on the turbo convection oven’s grill so
that hot air can also be circulated underneath it. An added advantage of using a turbo convection oven is that
grease and fat is allowed to drip off while cooking. Cleaning of this type of oven is also much easier than a
normal oven because of the bottom lining.
Types of Turbo Convection Ovens
As far as the types of turbo convection ovens are concerned, some
of them may also be hybrids, which come with a combination of infra red and halogen. Most of the turbo convection
ovens (also called just a ‘turbo oven’) also come with a high grill and a low grill so that food can be cooked at
two levels in the same time.
A combination handle or stand is also provided with some of the
models, which is useful in keeping the heated oven off the counter surface. The bowls of a turbo oven can reach up
to 10-12 quarters and may range in diameter between 12-14 inches. Some also come with extender rings which allow
the bowl’s height to be extended, when necessary. This feature is helpful while cooking large food