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Electric Oven

Electric Oven

Electric Oven
The oven cooks food using heat generated from its resistors, the temperature of which is precisely controlled. As there is no combustion, the food retains its original flavours.

Know how to reduce the ovens energy consumption.

 

  • Pre-heat the over to the temperature that you are going to cook at. The necessary time for this will depend on the thermal insulation and power.
  • To avoid heat loss, ensure that the door is in the correct position. Do not open the oven whilst in use.
  • Turn off the over 5 to 10 minutes before the end of the cooking process. This will allow you to take advantage of the residual heat. Whilst the oven cools, your food will continue to cook and you will save energy.
  • Opt for a convection oven, which will circulate hot air inside the appliance.
  • For a simple clean, use a sponge and some soapy water whilst the oven is still slightly hot. This way, fats will dissolve more easily. Some new models include mechanisms that make cleaning the oven easier, such as removable walls, cold cleaning systems or pyrolytic self-cleaning, which reduce the fat ashes and aid their elimination.
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